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Re: Angry Super Bowl train passengers curse NJ....
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Do you know what may have helped? Maybe an extra tunnel under the Hudson to deal with large capacity events. Wasn't that going to be built? What happened to it anyway?

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Lol, bunch of whiners.

Trying doing it 200+ days a year!

Couldn't they have gone over to that shithouse Xanadu and hang out and do some indoor skiing in the meantime?


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Posted on: 2014/2/3 6:42
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I thought this was the worse superbowl in terms of lack of excitement and a competitive game but I was wrong.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Super_Bowl_champions


It was a complete fail. I wanted to turn it off in the 2nd quarter...

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I thought this was the worse superbowl in terms of lack of excitement and a competitive game but I was wrong.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Super_Bowl_champions

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But, but its NYs Super Bowl!? Don't complain to us!

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Welcome to my daily morning commute ya bunch of whiners! I pay good money for such a luxurious ride! LOL

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An observation...

NJ Transit cops are station at the tunnel ventilation shafts that poke through the Heights.

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Argh! I was hoping for the best but I'm not really surprised.

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Andre Malok/The Star-Ledger

SECAUCUS ? Thousands of passengers arriving from New York to the Secaucus Junction transfer station for the train to Super Bowl XLVIII vented their outrage at the overcrowded trains and stifling heat.

"New Jersey sucks," some people shouted as they came off the New York trains. Many had peeled off coats and other outer layers of clothing, and were drenched in sweat from the high temperatures in the packed train cars.

People related stories of passengers passing out and paramedics being called in to help.

Security officers at first were checking every bag, but by 2:45 p.m., more than three hours before the game, checkpoints were overwhelmed by the crowds and people they were pouring through with little or no examination of what was on their person or what they were carrying.

John Durso, spokesman for NJ Transit, said earlier today that large crowds had formed hours before the first train was to leave Secaucus.

"We are urging fans to give themselves plenty of time (to get to the game.)" Durso said shortly before noon.

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