Sunday, December 23, 2007

There are two East Streets

North East Street looking East:
South East Street looking West:

6 comments:

O'Reilly said...

What makes it two rather than one... the north part of east street is north of Route 9, while the south part is south of Route, and one does leave East street when crossing route 9.

On the other hand, the fact their names are different makes it two streets. I think I'd say there is one North East Street and One South East Street. I know its word word games. Nice pictures. Thanks.

LarryK4 said...

Yeah, just having a little fun with John Edwards (the Presidential candidate, not the townie Amherst attorney)

O'Reilly said...

Yeah, Edwards wants one America... an America for the middle class and he probably plans to take it from the upper class to make it happen.

Mary E.Carey said...

A way enigmatic post even with your explanation to the incisive O'Reilly.

LarryK4 said...

Christmas cheer will do that!

O'Reilly said...

Edwards is the only Democratic candidate that beats all four Republican front-runners in national polling.

Edwards plans to continue the class jihad George Bush started. Seriously, even multi billionaire Warren Buffet thinks we ought to keep the estate tax.

I wish I didn't buy my own very expensive health care insurance because if we elect Edwards, we'll all get some free. Actually, I care about health care but I care more about the rule of law, the Constitution, and not outing CIA agents whose husbands have written unfavorable Op-Ed pieces in the NYTs.

Let’s add to my list; preserving social security, figuring out how to fund Medicare, which is a much bigger problem than social security, and making peace in the Middle East not war on Iraq. That war is lethal, it killed a friend of mine, and 89 Commonwealth of Massachusetts residents and will cost, all told, over a trillion $1,000,000,000 dollars., Man o man, one trillion dollars… that's a lot of Christmas trees.

That Mary E Carey is an early riser!

Happy Christmas Eve to you, and to all a good night.