An advertisement posted on the wall between the exit and the salon stating, "Illiterate? Please call 1-800-xxx-xxxx."
I live in Duluth and work nightshift at a hospital 46 miles away in Riverdale. I HAD to be at work all 4 nights during the worst of it. I also had to come home each morning. As a result, I drove almost 400 miles in the snowpacolypse.
Monday and Tuesday mornings were an awesome experience as I had the whole 5-6 lane interstate to myself. I was able to drive slowly but surely, thanks to my Xterra with all wheel drive. The following mornings became trickier as the roads were icier and more cars and rigs got on the roads as well.
I would like to know why I-85 Gwinnett was cleared and groomed as well as could be expected yet Dekalb county looked like the highway was never touched by removal equipment. Southbound drivers drove complacently out of Gwinnett and right into an icy sabotaged mess upon entering Dekalb and accidents occurred. The difference in the two inner non HOV lanes was extreme going from clear pavement to a sheet of ice.
Awesome! I always wondered what was inside that place with those alluring purple lights.
I love the illustration related to the first article of each week's blotter. I wish more than one would be displayed in each week.
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