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subway train pot pourri

air fresheners located in the air vents of trains
 
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Air fresheners that overcome the strongest of smells to make your overcrowded train ride to work more pleasant.
lyla2, Oct 11 2001

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       shove an incense cone up your nose
quarterbaker, Oct 11 2001
  

       Scented air freshener sheets already exist for installation in home HVAC vents. Is that close enough to say "baked"?
beauxeault, Oct 11 2001
  

       Aren't there certain scents which are *proven* to keep people calm and prevent anger/crime? I think cinnamon is one of them.....pipe it in and watch muggings drop....they should also paint the walls pink (as they do in some prisons)
Susen, Oct 11 2001
  

       And lacy curtains. The problem on the underground sections of the London Underground is that the air gets polluted with dust and particles of burnt brake pad from the trains.
I vote for the smell of melted butter.
hippo, Oct 12 2001
  

       "Aren't there certain scents which are *proven* to keep people calm and prevent anger/crime? I think cinnamon is one of them.....pipe it in and watch muggings drop....they should also paint the walls pink (as they do in some prisons)"

If it doesn't work, then this is just an assault on my senses with offensive odors. Again, shove it up your nose if you want to smell it - I don't.

If it does work as you describe, then it is neurological control, which is a violation of my right to privacy and self-direction.

So, shove it up your nose.
quarterbaker, Oct 12 2001
  
      
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