A man goes to a train station randomly once a day and catches a train. There are the same number of trains departing south as there are north, but the man catches twice as many trains south as he does north. Why?
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Maybe the man takes two southbound trains on two successive days to reach his destinations and then returns back to the first station on a northbound train on the third day.
While I trudge North, you rest South
I flash toothy grin, but with no mouth
You bark and weep, as I sing and dance
And count the years that have gone past
What am I? What are you?
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