|Lee Street hole to where? Occasionally someone will try to|
put a stick over it, to save someone from some expensive
emergency health-care, but no one seems to want to fix it.
Of course there are a few problems along the way. Bare wiring hanging from telephone poles, and open holes in the side-walk that would definitely give you a nasty ankle break if you didn't know it's there. Sure they're building another new parking lot on Aycock, which has subsequently dug up the sidewalk, and I always seem to get nasty looks and honks when I cross the road. "I'm sorry you have to wait in your SUV with its climatization as I TRY TO WALK to school!!!" For some reason I recall, learning as a child, that pedestrians have the right-away? No, you wouldn't know it around here. A sense of entitlement from those addicted to their gross-polluters, and cup holders filled with Mountain Dew
|You know what I'd love. If they'd finally shut Spring Garden Street down|
to pedestrians only on-campus. Oh and a few repairs here.
Of course, I think they should do away with all the Chariots, minus one, for the handicap and the fat people who pretend to be. People should have to walk. My rule is, if you can see it, you can walk to it. We make it far to easy in this country, in Greensboro, for people to ruin it for others. I don't want to breath your smog, I don't want your parking-lot taking up room on campus where we could have another building, and I certainly don't want your pretentious road repairs to take precedence over a simple sidewalk that remains broken just like our inability to enable eco-green, happy citizens, who would rather dance down side-walks that be filled with bitter road-rage behind their Chevrolet Tahoe that seats 8, but carries a lone passenger as they run me down in the intersection.
E-Lot, I freaking love E-lot.