Monday, April 21, 2008

Discussion at Monmouth University

Today, I had the pleasure of interviewing Mr. Patrick Murray and Dr. Richard F. Veit about the poll that Mr. Murray helped conduct asking New Jersey residents what towns in NJ they thought were North, South and Central.

This is worth the read to for the statistics alone, but is also interesting to see how "Central" evolved into the data.

During my drive back, I saw this sign:

on the entrance ramp to the Garden State Parkway (exit 105). You will see this is very few places in the state. What does that all mean?

That the state feels there are too many trucks in North Jersey and is diverting them all South.

But seriously, having a working knowledge on what a parkway actually is, may clue us into why this sign exists. Still you can email me or post a comment on what you think this picture's caption should be . . . it could be quite fun.

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