This has nothing to do with Internet Marketing.
Cats – Have you ever noticed the perception level of some cats? When I was little we had a cat named Penny. Whenever my mother was away from home, with or without the kids, and my dad was at home, he always knew when she was about to come home. Three minutes before her car pulled up the driveway, Penny would always walk out to the front of the porch and wait for her. Every time, three minutes before, like clockwork. My mom’s cat did the same thing when she was young. When her father was about to come home, the cat would go out to the front of the house and wait, till his car pulled into the drive.
Trains – Technology or no technology, I personally don’t believe there will ever really be a replacement for trains. Europe, India, and China are three places that have extensive and efficient railway networks throughout the country. America does not, but the fact is, I hope that will change.
To travel by train in an area with a well-developed network, you don’t need a car, you don’t need to plan far in advance, and you usually don’t need a reservation. You can plan to leave at 8:00 am, wake up at 7:00, hit the snooze button, and catch the 11:00 train instead. You don’t get motion sickness and you aren’t cooped up into a small and stuffy airplane or bus. On long journeys You can get out and get some air while the train makes a 15-minute stop. You can walk up and down the length of the train to stretch your legs, pretending to search for a bathroom. Nothing beats putting your head up into an open train window and watching the scenery fly by. You can sleep comfortably and inexpensively on an overnight train. You can get off two stops early if you realize that’s the town with the great restaurant. When you have a train pass, you can turn around and go the other direction when the weather changes.
Food – My father told me that when he was young, around the 1950’s, one day his friends mentioned to him that they were going out to a special restaurant, to try out an interesting and novel type of food. It was called “pizza.”