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June 28, 2012

COSTA RICA TRAFFIC REPORT

The Mother of All Potholes.

(Thankls to WVPlantman)

This blog has ridden the roads of Costa Rica, which are basically networks of potholes loosely connected by roadway.

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madonna!

did i win?

wait: who is madonna?

Whoohoo! I got posted and "thankled" and it didn't even hurt.

I wanna get thankled. By the ankles.

"Baileys to temporarily move traffic."
Oh; Bailey Bridges, not shots of Bailey's.
Cancel my trip.

Minnesota welcomes Costa Rica with open arms to the ranks of pothole achievers.

Easier to just pour a foundation and put up a government building in the middle of the road. Bureaucrats make natural roadblocks.

I was with a group that crossed a rickety bridge across the Rio Tarcoles in Costa Rica. About a year later, it collapsed when a bus tried to cross it.

That would not count as a pot hole in New York City.

Bailey Bridge is falling down, falling down.

Come on, sing along!

"Come on, soldier! Pound it! Didn't you ever build a Bailey Bridge before?"
"No, Sir."
"Neither did I!"

Elliot Gould (?) A Bridge Too Far

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