Someone tried to explain this to me once, but it was so modern-day dumb that I've forgotten the details. Basically, it all comes down to the traditional ways each of them are made--the sausage casings are long enough for ten sausages/hot dogs. And, for some reason, the buns are made in groups of eight; I think because decades/centuries ago the ovens were smaller so they could only bake eight at one time. Something like that, anyway.I'm still trying to figure out why hot dogs are sold in packs of 10 and buns are sold in packs of 8.
Same here. I'm willing to bet that if I'd go to any railway station in the middle of the summer and shout 'Winter!', every train would instantly be 2 hours late...Mmm, the four enemies of railroad.
Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter...
Freeze rain is bringing rail into trouble, here.