Coming home from work this morning was sort of interesting.
We've had a little snow, maybe a half-inch, and the idiots are out in full force.
After successfully avoiding the SUVIdiots who think slick roads are irrelevant to them, and the PussIdiots who reduce their speed to a single-digit number at sight of the first flake, I made it to the bottom of the big hill on my road.
My house sits atop that hill, and between me and my house this morning were an estimated 114 cars and trucks strewn about in varying states of crashedness.
So I turned around and went back to the only alternate route available to me - through Edwardsville.
When I got to within a quarter-mile or so of my house I ran into a different problem.
Georgetown's Finest had, upon noticing the 114 cars and trucks strewn about, had decided to park in front of my driveway and block traffic to the hill.
I was stuck in this backup, but I was able to use the (empty) oncoming traffic side of the road to get home.
Notice that I said the trip home was sort of interesting, nothing more than that.