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That's the way it so often goes. So much time can be lost trying to go around what must be endured.
I haven't driven for years but it was bad enough then. A very true post.
It is trying when one runs into a jam while trying to hurry.
Patience is the ultimate virtue.
As much as I love my GPS, I wish it would tell me when there is a traffic jam or bad weather.
some things can't be avoided. :/wouldn't it be great if they could tell us such things! maybe in the future..
"Jam at intersection" is trouble and possible hardship for many.Surprised with your third line at first reading, but I agree, those GPS machines do have one-track minds.In our Houston area well over one hundred died in traffic jams trying to evacuate ahead of Hurricane Rita. Almost half died on the freeway six miles from our home.
Bane of the time?OSI: strings cross with wires
Sometimes advance knowledge doesn't preclude extra effort! Nice post...
chuckle chucklefun what you did with thisfrustrating moment.
I like your take on this prompt Edward. So true...
john prine is a good companion in bottlenecks. good taut take on the prompt!
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