There were lots of days over the last 36 years, when I would leave for work of a morning with no idea whatsoever what I would wind up reporting on that day.
Thursday, Aug. 17, 1989, started out just that way.
To keep people from driving on a new roadway, they put up all these orange cones. But a bunch o' people figure the cones are there to keep other vehicles out of their lane. So they go right ahead on through them.
Pretty stupid, huh.
On the other hand, you don't want to call it too stupid because darned if I didn't do exactly the same thing in my truck this morning and a police officer came over and fussed at me about it.
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