From Los Angeles:
— Amber Lee (@AmberLeeNews) November 27, 2019
It is at this moment that I would like to point out that my commute from work to home takes me three minutes and 48 seconds. I know, because one of my favorite songs is 3:50 long, and if I start it in the parking lot at work on my truck’s audio, I can be home, in my driveway with the garage door up before it is finished.
My record in my truck is 3:32, but I was putting it down a little harder than I like (it was an emergency) and was cornering pretty hard.
I’d like to try it in my mother’s sport’s car, I think I can get it down to three minutes even.
My commute in Rapid City was about the same.
My Aurora commute was 15 minutes, but we were on the edge of Aurora where it touches farm country up against Plainfield.
I can cross Huntsville from the airport to downtown in about 15 minutes, 20 during rush hour unless there is an accident.
If the people of LA (or New York City, or any coastal megalopolis) want to know why we flyover country bumpkins don’t want to live in their sophisticated cities, it’s partly because we don’t want to spend hours of our precious time away from our families stuck in this hellscape traffic.