Track Pizza

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Sat Apr 23 03:20:34 UTC 2005

Does anyone have anything on "track pizza"? Will it be in the next HDAS? It appears to be someone who throws himself or herself in front of a train, becoming a bloody mess ("pizza"). It appears to be from NY.
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... are more deadly than banana skins, though not as lethal as
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... believe this snack is so good and so good for you!" LF Hurleyville, NY But wait ... When
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alt.folklore.urban - Jul 10 1993, 3:06 pm by Daniel B Case - 38 messages - 30 authors
Art and Books - Tubular hells Iain Sinclair revels in the subversive ideas of one who pounds the platforms.
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7 April 2001
The Daily Telegraph
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Tunnel Visions:
Journeys of an
Underground Philosopher
by Christopher Ross
178pp, Fourth Estate, #12
 You will learn about the jumpers ("track pizza"), the cardiac victims with spat-out false teeth, the care-in-the-community wanderers of passageways.
COPPOLA'S on Third Avenue, near 27th Street. Not related to Francis Ford Coppola. I thought I'd try some Italian pasta before Passover. I ordered some ravioli and it was good, but $22?? For like five pieces? $12 for a slim piece of eggplant appetizer? I was told that the place is good for desserts, and my $7 dessert was the best part of the meal. At about $50, one of my most expensive meals, OK but expensive.

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