tirob: The investigation is still going on, but there is some thought that what happened was that after the turnpike was plowed, the residue that was left, which had been slushy, suddenly froze over, whereupon people started spinning out.Adolf Oliver Nipples: Nobody can drive in the Philadelphia area. You'd know this if you ever had the misfortune to wait for hours at a time on the Surekill Expressway, which is only an expressway for a child on a bicycle. The rest of the time it's a crawl at best for hours because some Philly jerkoff wiped out and farked everything up, backing traffic all the way up to the Turnpike. It's no wonder King of Prussia's mall is so successful, nobody has ever made it any further than there.Pittsburgh, however, is a different story. If you can drive in Pittsburgh, especially in winter, you can drive anywhere.Philadelphia is Pennsylvania in name only. It's a different world, full of assholes and people who aren't yet old enough to be assholes. Don't lump the rest of us in with them.This accident happened in Bucks County, not Philadelphia. Comparatively few Philadelphia residents use the turnpike to get to New Jersey; there are four other bridges across the Delaware for that. So you don't know what you're talking about, do you?
Abacus9: tirob: The investigation is still going on,Wait, what the hell are they investigating? Why the road was slippery, why there were accidents, what? I've never heard such a thing.
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