shf happens on the road: Roadkill in Pennsylvania
July 23, 2010
Roadkill, PA (FASTLAUGH.com) — Note to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.
Your Welcome Center Division is to be commended for having such incredibly visionary vision: “By assisting motorists as they enter Pennsylvania, the Welcome Center Division will drive safe, efficient and economic stimulating travel throughout the Commonwealth.”
So, here’s a question for you guys… when a driver leaves the relative safety of one of your Welcome Centers behind and enters the vast (and seemingly endless) hinterlands of your state, just how much exploded and rotting roadkill in various stages of decay can they witness on a per mile basis before becoming too distracted and nauseated to drive safely, thereby defeating your Welcome Center Division’s safety vision?
Have you guys even driven on I-80 or I-81 lately? Is your state budget so blown that you can’t pay a few people to occasionally remove the THOUSANDS of carcasses from your highway shoulders and lanes of traffic? Is this how you guys define safety?
Don’t ask your State Police… they’re too busy generating revenue by writing speeding tickets near the bottom of hills.
Thanks so much for providing a special Pennsylvania memory.