It is brutally cold today.
During rush hour, I had to wait for 15 minutes before an "N" train pulled into my station. While I was waiting 3 "Q" trains and 2 "W" trains went by on the express track and two "R" trains stopped on the local track. By the time my "N" train came, my feet were frozen.
Why are there so many "Q" trains? When they pass, I notice they are hardly ever crowded. And I am not exaggerating when I tell you that I've counted 5 "Q" trains pass on average for every one "N" train that I take. I think that there are less "N" trains because the tracks are congested with an overabundance of "Q" trains.
Did I mention I love New YorK?