Two Things I Don’t GetPosted: February 13, 2007
Faithful readers, I give you two posts in two days. Can you stand it?
These two things are ones that are worthy of mention, but perhaps not worthy of a full rant. So, you get the combined effort.
Here we go:
Ever notice what’s on the roof of many commercial buildings, i.e., hospitals, schools, industrial buildings. I’m talking about flat roof buildings.
Why are there rocks on a flat roof? Have you noticed this? I have. I remember the first time I saw it was on the college dorm I lived in freshman year. Most recently, it was on the roof of one of our local casinos.
I don’t understand. Explain it to me, please.
The local paper this morning continued what seems to be a regular practice, at least in these parts. They announce when and — get this — where the next drunk driving checkpoints will be. They are as clear as saying on this date we’ll be on this road.
Now, in now way shape or form am I advocating driving under the influence, but if someone out there sees this and knows they are going to be out that night and may have a few drinks, why are we telling them exactly where the cops will be?
Attention all drunks, avoid Route 32, on St. Patrick’s Day. The cops are going to be there.
Again, I don’t understand. Explain it to me, please.
What else? I got nothin’.