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Re: Iraq/tax

> From: james singer <jsinger@igc.org>
> Don't I wish! I think the population in my area doubles about every
> years. We had a gasoline tank truck blow up on the interstate 2
> ago and that has turned all the surface roads that go anywhere into
> slow moving parking lots. During rush hour, it can take as long as
> hour to go 2 miles in some places.

Sounds like the usual around here, Jim...and we don't even have to
have a tanker truck blow up.  One, however managed to run itself off
an access road and fall smack onto Interstate 95 north near Baltimore
the other day...talk about a traffic mess!  And that dude not only
took himself off the planet but 4 or 5 other people as well.  Noooo,
he wasn't speeding....no way.

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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