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On 01/21/2017 01:06 PM, wrote:
life sure is hard


Since my daughter has been leading tours to Cuba, she has learned to
consider many things "First-world problems". This is probably one of them.

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The Real Bev wrote:

On 01/21/2017 11:59 AM, Nyssa wrote:

If they had a secondary (allowed two-way traffic) exit
onto the other road, the problem would solve itself.

Geniuses, not.

Nyssa, who wonders how the traffic flow patterns are
better plotted in the planning stages of these parking
lots


If they were smart enough to do that they'd have better
jobs :-(

If it were being done now they would design it so as to
impede traffic, thereby encouraging the use of bicycles
and public transportation. Assholes.

LOL, yeah, they probably would except there IS no public
transportation in this county. And anyone attempting to
ride a bicycle on a real road (not in a residential
area) would end up road kill by a logging truck or other
18-wheeler on our two lane roads with no shoulder areas.

And they wonder why email has taken over so much of their
business. Unfortunately there are no transporter beams
yet to transfer packages or other such items so there
is still a need for those post offices, especially in
rural areas such as this.

Nyssa, who at least has very efficient and friendly
post office counter folks at her post office which isn't
always the case in others



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