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February 21, 2012


Wait until the concrete hardens.


(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)


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What an assphalt.

This does not disappoint me in the least ... when I wuz werkin' in SoCal, drivin' back "home" after werk on the freeway, it never bothered me that the Porsche in the next lane wuz ALSO cruisin' along @ 4.2 mph ...

Yeah, a little Schadenfreude never hurt ennybuddy very much ... especially if enjoyed @ the benefit of a person who thinks rules don't apply to them merely becuz they've got too much money ...

Seems to me the dude's rich enough to pay for repaving, too, right?

ScottMGS --
Maybe not, if Daddy doesn't pay for the damage.

Dial 1-800-AAA-HELP and request a fork lift.

Serves the @ssclwon right. I especially liked the part about the people of San Francisco pointing at him and laughing.

We had the same thing happen in Kansas City last winter (2010),,,,they did repairs to on ramps on
U.S.69 and did not have very effective signs blocking access. Then it snowed but the concrete was still wet.
Several drivers drove past the "barricade" and got stuck, cost Kansas state about $200,000 to redo the ramps.

Look first before you leap...or drive...

Reading interesting posts help me find more solutions to different queries.Definitely got that here. Thanks.

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