Whether you're on Amtrack, Metro-North, NJ Transit, Chicago's Metra, or the lawless LIRR, the rules of the quiet car stand: thou shalt not blast music so loud that people can hear it through your headphones, carry on an indoor conversation in an outdoor voice, and, most importantly, never, ever call someone on your cell phone and proceed to give them and, by extension, the rest of the car, the rundown of your entire day, including a detailed account of how you "marched into the boss's office and told him, 'I'll get you the damned TPS report when I'm good and ready!'"
And yet, day in and day out people violate these rules we hold so dear in flagrante. For example, this guy.
We can't say definitively what preceded the above but it appears that blue fleece was talking on his phone, despite sitting in a car that prohibits such activity. Not being one to let people get away with breaking the rules, black fleece confronted him about it. And while blue fleece talked a big, anti-Semitic game, he was clearly no match for black fleece in terms of actual physical strength, even despite letting it be known that he "sit[s] on the board of trade!" and had a right mind to "cut [black fleece] in half!"