It’s Friday – let’s see what’s on your mind.
About the new radar app, Paula tweets that now you can speed through a residential area instead on regular roads.
Others say it means you can go as fast as you want until the warning sounds.
I wonder if we can slow traffic down by filing false radar reports.
About the appeal of Alberta’s drunk driving laws, no sympathy for them in this mailbag, at least.
One says suspected drunk drivers should be jailed immediately, their vehicle confiscated, and they should never be allowed to drive again. That would be part of the “guilty until proven innocent” situation that has this thing before the appeals court.
About the fifteen cent increase in gasoline, Gary says this long week-end increase must have been necessary to offset the cost of Thanksgiving Day Turkeys. He’s hoping the higher gasoline prices will reduce carbon emissions.
About my comments on the U-S election, TRIP TRIP says I should worry about fixing Alberta first. You’re right, but that’s a couple of years away and the Americans vote in a few weeks.
Let me know what you think and have a great week-end.