An editorial in today's Commercial Appeal contains the following passage:
It's a long story, and it's complicated, but the bottom line is simple: If there's any way to stay off Interstate 240 at Walnut Grove, by all means do it.Is this any way for a "world class" city newspaper to write? I know the paper long ago made its peace with using contractions to sound more like its readers, but "totally wack?"
The Walnut Grove improvement project is totally wack right now -- at a stage that goes beyond mere traffic jamming.
Do these people even look up as their car careers over the road's edge?