Thursday, October 20, 2011

New leader at TDOT



Some times the big problems have simple solutions. This letter writer is showing all the brilliance of a true future leader.

15 comments:

  1. We need to hire whoever teaches the deer to read to teach our children.

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  2. I think that he's right. And while we're at it, we should put in a pedestrian light with buttons. ;)

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  3. And while they're at, they should just get rid of the skunk crossing.

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  4. FWIW,
    That is Crown Point, In., near Chicago.

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  5. Why do hunters like to kill animals? Why don't they buy store meat where no animals were hurt to make it?
    Killing is bad, so why don't hunters just buy store meat that's made without hurting animals? Does it taste different?

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  6. Why do hunters like to kill animals? Why don't they buy store meat where no animals were hurt to make it?
    Killing is bad, so why don't hunters just buy store meat that's made without hurting animals? Does it taste different?

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  7. A fine product of the American educational system.

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  8. The obvious solution is to leave the deer crossing where it's currently located and schedule deer crossings when the traffic is lighter. Duh!

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  9. Why did the chicken cross the road? The sign clearly says DEER crossing!
    Stupid chickens!

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  10. While they're at it, they should make the area a "gun free zone" so that criminals with guns in their cars won't be able to drive through.

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  11. Why do we only make these things for deer? I'm sure raccoons and opossums would like a safe place to cross.

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  12. I have never been able to understand why a man would go out and kill a beautiful, innocent animal, just for the sinful pleasure of watching it suffer and die. A man who is a real man would never think of doing this. The Bible says that, when God created the earth, He put man in charge of the animals. I take this to mean, to care for them, not torture them.

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  13. It's always Tennessee, isn't it? I can move three thousand miles across the sea, and I read an item like this on the internet...and it's just gonna be Tennessee.

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  14. Weasel:
    Not this time. That's Crown Point, Indiana.

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  15. This reminds me of when Senator Randy McNally tried to pass a stricter law for speed limits in schools zones, by demagoguing the death of the girl who was killed by a school bus. http://www.wate.com/story/7343981/oak-ridge-girl-dies-after-being-run-over-by-school-bus?redirected=true

    Or when Mrs. Brady lobbies for ban's on assault rifles when her husband was killed by a 22.

    Politicians often seize bad situations to pass stupid laws.

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