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(WCVB Boston)   Southbound interstate experiences temporary closure due to unexpected paving   (wcvb.com) divider line
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2020-10-16 8:32:04 PM  
Go away, paving!
 
2020-10-16 8:36:35 PM  
If I tripped with my pants down while crossing this stretch of road:

It was the asphalt's fault when my ass fell upon the asphalt that, by fault, was on top of asphalt.

Which I find to be a beautiful English sentence. Some cellar door shiat right there.
 
2020-10-16 8:43:11 PM  
In Illinois, this accident might actually fill a few potholes.
 
2020-10-16 8:44:32 PM  
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2020-10-16 8:52:29 PM  
What an ass. It's his fault.
 
2020-10-16 8:52:58 PM  
That will buff out.
 
2020-10-16 9:00:09 PM  
UPIA? Unexpected Paving In A road?
 
2020-10-16 9:46:36 PM  
Quick! Get the paving rollers! We gotta get the mat packed to the right thickness before it cools or the foreman is gonna have our asses!
 
2020-10-17 4:43:16 AM  

mrmopar5287: In Illinois, this accident might actually fill a few potholes.


I was going to say that about Michigan roads. It was probably an improvement.

/in other states if a cop sees you swerving while driving they pull you over and check for DUI, in Michigan they pull you over for not swerving.(to dodge the potholes)
 
2020-10-17 6:54:34 AM  
Ironic tag inconsolable.
 
2020-10-17 8:26:50 AM  
Gotta love it when they extend summer........
 
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