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Mar 21, 2015


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Merle Hanson

Correct me if I am wrong but isn't that highway one of the more dangerous places to cross? Fast traffic, 4 lanes and too many cars. That many cars and trucks beat up a road, expensive that road fixing and frankly there are times when it moved a bit slower than it now does. A lot of folks on that road are doing business. That hour and some driving, with technology and the like could be spent on the train, studying spreadsheets or taking care of emails. Hard to do that when you are driving. Lotta different ways to go on something like this but falling into that old way of protesting causes an equal response. Hardly dealing with an issue. It is about changing minds of today and yesterday so that they can embrace tomorrow.

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