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The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 3, Issue 7 (November 1, 1928)

Famous Last Words

Famous Last Words.

“I wonder if it's loaded. I'll just look down the barrel and see.”

“Oh, listen! That's the train whistle. Step on the accelerator, and we'll try to get across before it comes.”

“They say these things can't possibly explode, no matter how much you throw them around.”

“I think this rope will hold my weight.”

“It's no fun swimming around in here. Let's go out beyond the life lines.”

“These traffic cops can't stop me.”

“What's wrong with you? You can't see the scenery unless you lean out.”

“It smells like gas, but I think it's all right. Lend me a match.”

“I took some medicine in the dark, and I must have got hold of the wrong kind.”

“I'm going up on the roof to cool off.”

“I'm not afraid to walk on the track.”