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Some random interesting info about freeway numbering (aka, how Robyn usually knows what kind of freeway she’s on).

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  1. I actually knew those! Cuz Im SMRT!
    And did you know the differences between lined dividers? (Fat and chunky squares vs long skinny lines?)
    Oh, what fun learning to drive was!

  2. I actually knew those! Cuz Im SMRT!
    And did you know the differences between lined dividers? (Fat and chunky squares vs long skinny lines?)
    Oh, what fun learning to drive was!

  3. I actually knew those! Cuz Im SMRT!
    And did you know the differences between lined dividers? (Fat and chunky squares vs long skinny lines?)
    Oh, what fun learning to drive was!

  4. But no matter what, Kathy will inevitably get lost. Even with her GPS device firmly in hand.
    She also has no idea why she is referring to herself in third person, right now, either.

    • Poor thing. My mom is directionally challenged, too. She can get lost going to places she’s been a hundred times before. (So can my brother, but don’t tell him. He’s still laboring under the delusion he has a good sense of direction). I got lucky and inherited my dad’s directional abilities.

    • Poor thing. My mom is directionally challenged, too. She can get lost going to places she’s been a hundred times before. (So can my brother, but don’t tell him. He’s still laboring under the delusion he has a good sense of direction). I got lucky and inherited my dad’s directional abilities.

    • Poor thing. My mom is directionally challenged, too. She can get lost going to places she’s been a hundred times before. (So can my brother, but don’t tell him. He’s still laboring under the delusion he has a good sense of direction). I got lucky and inherited my dad’s directional abilities.

      • It’s a lame little Garmin Geko, same thing they issue at the MC when one signs up for Programming for the Arts with Brett Stalbaum. I got it to use for some locative media performance art project. I “mapped out” Nature Pieces for Piano by Morton Feldman. Katie and I hauled ass up the side of a mountain in Blair Valley. I had no sleep the night before because I’d been debugging my program. Barely got it working in time for the trip. I imagine if I had something fancy like TomTom I wouldn’t get lost all the time.

      • You, mah dear, are N-U-T-T-Y, nutty.

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      • You, mah dear, are N-U-T-T-Y, nutty.

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      • You, mah dear, are N-U-T-T-Y, nutty.

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      • It’s a lame little Garmin Geko, same thing they issue at the MC when one signs up for Programming for the Arts with Brett Stalbaum. I got it to use for some locative media performance art project. I “mapped out” Nature Pieces for Piano by Morton Feldman. Katie and I hauled ass up the side of a mountain in Blair Valley. I had no sleep the night before because I’d been debugging my program. Barely got it working in time for the trip. I imagine if I had something fancy like TomTom I wouldn’t get lost all the time.

      • It’s a lame little Garmin Geko, same thing they issue at the MC when one signs up for Programming for the Arts with Brett Stalbaum. I got it to use for some locative media performance art project. I “mapped out” Nature Pieces for Piano by Morton Feldman. Katie and I hauled ass up the side of a mountain in Blair Valley. I had no sleep the night before because I’d been debugging my program. Barely got it working in time for the trip. I imagine if I had something fancy like TomTom I wouldn’t get lost all the time.

  5. But no matter what, Kathy will inevitably get lost. Even with her GPS device firmly in hand.
    She also has no idea why she is referring to herself in third person, right now, either.

  6. But no matter what, Kathy will inevitably get lost. Even with her GPS device firmly in hand.
    She also has no idea why she is referring to herself in third person, right now, either.

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