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May 22, 2008


Road death warnings now a hazard

(Thanks to DavCat)


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 66  1,187 Causualties in  3  3.2 Years

Is this better?

Information overload. Kennedy mention this, "Don't ask what you can do for your county, think of an excuse and have your country develop a another federal agency failure."

Cat - WHAT is that?

Diva, I dunno, but it looks pretty grim.

Well, I guess you reap what you sow....

It's obvious they need a "Please Do Not Read The Signs On The Side Of The Road" sign.

I've driven that road several times going up to Scotland and those signs are just annoying.

They're supposed to be annoying. And sobering. They remind you that someone DIED there. Every time I passed a 'black spot' sign in Ireland, I slowed way down.


Yes, I find signs telling me that people died where I'm driving to be 'annoying'.


On a major boulevard in Queens, notorious for all kinds of accidents, many of the crosswalks have signs that say "A Pedestrian Was Killed Here, Use Extreme Caution".

That road is a horror show, but they've got to do better than that, IMO.

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