Hey Dr. Pig, while you're still darting through the Matrix faster than the speed of light, I'd like to propose a quandary to you.
A train leaves Ontario, Canada going at a constant speed of 127 miles per hour, heading towards the Barnyard, and is expected to arrive there within a maximum time frame of 8 hours. At the same time, a car leaves the Barnyard traveling to Anchorage, Alaska, at an average speed of 66 miles per hour, and is expected to arrive within a maximum time frame of 48 hours. However, the route the car takes just so happens to intersect with the path of the train. Also of note is that the train is carrying 396 passengers, and makes a brief stop somewhere in Missouri to drop off half of them, while the car, which contains a party of four cows, makes no stops at all during the trip.
Based on this information, in what city is the point of intersection at, when in time does each vehicle encounter each other at this point, is it before or after the train's dropoff, and will it in any way hinder the car's ability to make it to Anchorage in time for Biggie Cheese's concert?