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September 15, 2008


Admiral Obvious

Kinda reminds me of a recent decision by the Montgomery County Council (Maryland): They ruled that the environmental impact of a bicycle trail that would run parallel to a new highway would have too significant an impact on the environment so they would scrap it altogether. Rational people wanted to know why the MCC didn't prefer to cancel the ICC highway project. As usual, the MCC waffled something like "The bicycle trail would be the straw that broke the camels back" .. umm .. how about removing the white elephant rather than complaining about the straw? Piffle!

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