My favorite now is the sudden "fashion" of taking pictures on tracks. Recently in PA I saw a teenage couple taking pictures in the middle of the main line. Hint, when you see a guy in Jeep with a scanner and a camera beside tracks, you might realize he is waiting for, oh I don't know, a TRAIN? A couple of us foamers were like, "Hey, you realize this is an active line?" They responded by saying yeah, we'll move when the train gets here. I told them how that doesn't work in Illinois. The modern trains are not as loud, and if your no where near a grade crossing or a location where the engineer needs to sound his horn and bell, coupled with the fact he is going faster than your cute little minivan you showed up in, you don't have a chance to "move when we hear the train." They looked at me like I had lobsters growing out of my ears as Gene Sheppard would have said. Since we were near Scranton, I chalked it up to them being true Dunderheads.