Bigelow Blvd.–Blvd. of the Allies

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StuInMcCandless
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Human nature is 80% of it, road design 20%. It’s wide, which in the reptilian parts of our brains, translates to “go fast”. Add that to general impatience and having hundreds of horsepower under the hood, and what you get is predictable.

Pick your battles; I just accept this as normal and move on.


Eric
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@zzwergel – people aren’t always logical. ¬†Actually, people are rarely logical.


Benzo
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@zzwergel РIt gives drivers more time to stop and lovingly lock eyes with their cellphone while waiting for the light to change.


zzwergel
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@stu, @benzo

It also wears out their brakes and pollutes the air more.


StuInMcCandless
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Gasoline is free. Brake jobs are free. Pollution doesn’t exist. But there’s so much traffic on the roads today! I couldn’t make time anywhere!


zzwergel
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Is that a joke, @stu?


StuInMcCandless
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Not obvious in an online forum, I suppose.

Yes.


zzwergel
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Oh, good.

Autism Spectrum Disorders don’t make it any easier.

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