A toll road going to Camden, NJ
May 31, 2009 11:07am CST
Camden, NJ is one of the poorest cities in the United States. I'm a lifelong resident, and to my knowledge there are no toll roads between Medford (where I was) and Camden (where I was going last night). TomTom seems to think so though, and I got to take a short scenic route across the Ben Franklin Bridge to Philadelphia, PA last evening, since there was no phuqueing way I was crossing five merging lanes of bridge traffic to get where I needed to go. But it gets even better, I promise! That b1tch I have for my TomTom voice (the Borat voice won't play even though TomTom says I downloaded it!) told me to make a right turn OFF THE BRIDGE INTO THE DELAWARE!!! Excuse me, I'm not committing suicide for you! I admit I must have looked like a nut last night screaming in the car, but SHE WOULDN'T SHUT UP! And she told me to turn about a half dozen times before she listened. By then, I didn't care. I just wanted to do this party (I have my own in-home party plan) and get it over with. I was tired, hoarse (screaming repeatedly does that to a person) and in a bad mood. Have you ever had your GPS tell you to do something, even when you know they're wrong?
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1 Jun 09
If you ever drive, you'll have to get an older car because the new ones often have the GPS built in. You must live in the inner city, where you get to ride public transportation. Either that, or you're completely spoiled. I prefer to have control of my mobility, and not be reliant on others. I also think that if you have the ability to spell out entire words, you should do so. You demonstrated your youth by utilizing "text speak" in your answer.