This one got a guffaw out of me.
For those of us who travel I 75 from Cincinnati to Toledo, we easily recognize another version of the ‘Script Ohio’ in the emoji curse. Oh well, GO Bucks!
Dear Governor, New Jersey called. They want their barriers back.
Welcome to (insert any major US city; they all work)!
This is becoming a wheel problem.
LOL! It’s the truth!
Those traffic cones are edible..corn candy.
And true to life, no one is actually doing any construction.
Must be Minnesotan hamsters.
A tad late with this cartoon as “summer” is pretty well over
Dave, drawn like a true michigander! #OrangeBarrelSeason
Can’t be Illinois. There would only be cones; not someone standing there, too.
Hey, there are only two seasons in (insert state here), winter and road construction.
I want to know what overloaded the wheel and caused the failures.
Where I live we have four distinct seasons. Starting in September they are, Almost Winter, Winter, Still Winter, and Road Repairs.
Must be in Florida, Construction Cone the State Symbol. They’ve been Repairing Jax.,Fl. Roads and Highways year around as Long as I can Recall. By the time they finish it’s time to Start Over Again. Haven’t they ever heard of Planning Ahead for Expansion and Growth? They once spent a long Time redoing 103rd the 4 lane main street by us and not long after finishing, they Tore it all up Again because they “Needed to Up Grade the Utilities and Storm Drains”. DUHH !?!? Couldn’t they Have Done All That At The Same Time ?? What a Concept, I know Engineers at Work Again. Be Safe Out There !
All the time in Pennsylvania.
Deep, very. Does a summer vacation actually do more for us than a quick spin around the hamster wheel would?
PS: Be glad of the summer blockages: Paving work done in the winter is almost universally of lower quality than what’s done in the warm and dry. (Exception: the South West, where summer may be too hot)
Like a flash back to CalTrans.
Has to be an Ohio hamster.
The never ending cycle of work zone.
I don’t mean to pyl-on here, but our construction projects never seem to get finished either!
July 17, 2015