Discussion in 'Political Satire' started by rightwinger, Aug 9, 2018.
He has probably had a boilermaker or few in his life.
I used to bypass the city by taking the long route from Virginia to New England via Pennsylvania and the Hudson Valley just so I didn't have to deal with NJ Turnpike and NYC. A little bit longer but a much more pleasant ride. Poconos and Catskills.
I tried to drive through NYC once
After that, I learned to go around it
Those who look at a map are tempted to take 95 over the George Washington Bridge, then drive through the tip of Manhattan then the Bronx and Westchester
Unless you go in the middle of the night, you are going to hit traffic or pure gridlock. I live in NJ and drive up to the Tappan Zee (Mario Cuomo) Bridge. Even then you hit rush hour traffic
Only a moron like Indeependent would try to drive through the city
Such a brave man
Afraid to talk to Mueller without picking his own questions
Because there are so many ways to travel to and from Nassau County.
The fact is that you stated explicitly that you went through NYC until I nailed you down.
Once, in the 80's I broke down 3 in the morning on the turnpike. I ended up in rush hour traffic on 95. I was behind trucks carrying aluminum cans for recycling and they were falling off the trucks all over the highway in front of me. I had to zig-zag my Panhead thru that mess. Cans and trash vs. road kill in the Poconos and Catskills. Squishy sounds of road kill don't bother me.
You only have to go through Brooklyn and Queens, the edges anyhow, to get to Nassau County, but you are still going through NYC to get there. Beltway is part of NYC.
Yeah, I know, I live there.
I do everything I can to avoid Brooklyn and Queens.
You are stuck there, but can still duck Manhattan
I take the Goethals Bridge then the Verrazano
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