If Your Car Breaks Down on the Train Tracks and the Train is Coming, which Way do you Run?
If your car breaks down on the train tracks, and the train is coming, forget the car and run away! Run Towards The Train, in other words, in the opposite direction that the train is going. That way you won’t be hit by debris. You can fight with your mother-in-law, but if you fight with physics, you’ll lose.
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