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Saturday, August 05, 2006


Always an interesting sociological study when one is standing at an intersection, such as the missus and I were, waiting for a pick-up (or in last night's case, for a cab), and other people come up to the same corner, because they're assuming that we're also waiting to cross the road, and wait along with us. And even when the traffic's slowed down enough that they could have made it across unmolested (it is a two-lane road after all - and one of the lanes has already been rendered unusable by vehicles because of illegally-parked cars), they remain where they are because we haven't moved.

Can anyone say, "Baaa?"


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