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On our latest trip in to NYC we got to one subway station where they got the music right-also we saw the newly renovated 63rd st station of the second ave subway-all that's left for us now is to check out the 96th st station. Regards, Len
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Excuse me, but how can a station be "renovated" on a line the first phase of which only opened three months ago (after a century of talking about it, I might add; I remember NYC local news broadcasting that "New York was finally going to get its new subway" back in the 1960s, though obviously something happened to make them un-get it)?
There's nothing remarkable about it. All one has to do is hit the right keys at the right time and the instrument plays itself.
-- Johann Sebastian Bach
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