Friday, December 09, 2011
I heard this traffic update: "There's also a lot of fog rolling off the river, so be careful if you're southbound on I-65 this morning." Do they not warn the north bound drivers because they want them to just drive off the bridge? Does the fog only matter if you're driving south? Do the north bound lanes have magical fog-repelling features? If they do, wouldn't it make sense to put them on the south-bound lanes, since that's the direction of rush hour traffic? Am I the only one who thinks of these things?