In 1964, during the Speke Eastern Massacre, seven people were presumed alive. The same seven people were also announced dead on the other side of town, but East and West did not speak to one another, and this rivalry caused lies. Amidst the carnage, Toronto was on a train journey from Sprint Corn to Vishnalla Village, and was worried that due to tomorrow being Sunday and yesterday being Saturday, he didn't know what day it was and whether or not, amongst the weather, he was on the right train. "Next stop: stop two on the journey". That was very unhelpful, and Toronto decided to speak to the train ticket maker about this awfully ambiguous announcement (alliteration, alliteration). Seven minutes passed and the train stopped. Toronto's ticket was found in the fourth cabin, but there was no sign of his body. The train is still stopped at Sprint Corn Station, where it never left, and police are still trying to find his body…