Always a joy vising NJ in the dead of winter. Going from 84 degrees F to 16 degrees.
Was driving around (and walking around in the mall), and thought... would you want to be like the people here, taking BOTH the blessings and the curses? For instance...
New Jersey drivers seem to be smart enough to know what the passing lane is for, and the vast majority seem to move over to the right lane after passing. However, on the flip side, they can't for the life of them park straight.
Dress well, if it meant you only walked 1/3 the speed of normal human beings?
No sales tax on clothing, but malls that are packed 4-deep with people?
Super unleaded for under $2, but your car approximates a giant salt lick for 5 months of the year?
Then, there are some things I just don't get. What's with the abundance of pot holes big enough to swallow shopping carts? Are all turns made to delay your trips, or something far more diabolical? Is winter the only time you cannot smell the turnpike?