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Fixing old country
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cracked they are
almost dangerous
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    • They literally only fixed my road to turn a 2 lane road into a 1 lane road with a bike lane f*ck that stupid sh*t
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    • Or be like New Orleans, and don’t fix your city roads but still blame it on Katrina...15 years later.
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    • Fixing roads require increased taxes, and individuals living in rural areas are much less likely to pass a county bill that increases taxes. It’s their own fault.
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    • First of all, more people drive on the city roads. Second of all, it’s the town that has the jurisdiction to fix its roads, not the Federal Gov.
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    • I work on my uncles farm on the weekends and the one road has so many massive potholes thats its actually scary to drive on. If its wet and theyre filled its even worse because with it being downhill if u hold the breaks too much they might lock up if u bounce off a pothole cause u to skid when
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    • In my home state in oklahoma we have a saying called “We arent like any other country in the world, we dont drive on the right or left, we drive on whats left.”
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    • They’ve been fixing a road by my house for THREE FUCKING YEARS.
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    • In Michigan big Gretch raised the gas 50 cents to go towards the roads yet nothing changed
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    • I was driving several hours through the middle of know where and there was one road in the middle of nowhere that got repaved and it was the smoothest ride ever.
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    • City people make more money and pay more taxes = more money for schools and infrastructure.
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    • Or in Oklahoma, where all the roads are shit no matter where you are.
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    • Maybe bc city roads have more drivers therefore take priority over old country roads?
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    • Umm... that’s something to complain about to your city counsel not iFunny
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    • I live down a long country road, and I swear to god, it looks like some shit you'd drive down in fucking Afghanistan. All they've done after "starting work on it" is put up a concrete barrier on the side, so now it's even worse driving down it.
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    • Why would you want to fix country roads? It’s a great song!
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    • Because where do you think the most money is made from?
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    • Country roads, take me home
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    • It’s almost like city roads are used more often
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    • Thats not how government spending works what so ever...
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    • Country rooooads take me home!
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    • Politicians rarely drive those rural roads
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    • I go to the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, or UIUC, and the joke is that it stands for U of I Under Construction
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    • Shouldn't disgusted SpongeBob be used for both?
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    • It's almost like more people live in cities and require the roads to be perfect
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    • There's way less money in rural areas. I love living in the country; the peace and quiet, neighbors few and far between, beautiful views and being close to nature. But those perks come with some consequences that you have to live with. But, if you love rural living, it's worth it
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    • Dude I CANNOT stress how true this is enough... I help deliver a local paper and our route consists of mainly back country roads. If you call the policy jurors aka a dumber down ver of govener responsibilities per parish in LA. depending which parish they will either tell you to take pictures 1/?
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    • I propose operation POThole. Legalize recreational weed, use the sweet tax money from t only to fix roads.
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    • Painting “Black Lives Matter” onto random streets to signal your virtue 😲
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    • You can thank conservative laws that red lined poor and or minority communities and left them with the effects of less funding
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    • Think a lot more people drive through city roads too so theres that
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    • I actually have a YouTube channel where I explain why they do this, Check me out, Daniel James
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    • Closing the roads for a few weeks so you have to take a lengthy detour and when they’re done it’s just a shit patch job plus the patch hits harder than the pothole did*
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    • This is inaccurate. Government don’t fund ANY roads to be fix
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    • Michigan - *doesnt fix roads period*
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    • And just coincidentally the roads go by the rich part of town
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    • Despite the optical illusion, the Gateway Arch is exactly as wide (630 feet) as it is tall.
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    • If you live in the country without off-road wheels then don’t live in the country
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    • Your township isn't collecting enough taxes for roads which is probably why you chose to live there. There's also fewer people to collect taxes from.
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    • City and county government are usually separate
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    • ...y'all mfs know government can refer to local government too right?
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    • Do you understand how many and how much country road there is?
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    • Is this a joke or are people really this dumb
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    • We learning about the new deal in a history class I taking for a gen ed class for college (I taking summer school) and I think FDR made a lot of sense with one thing where he made jobs to do roads and stuff. Like instead of giving people stimulus checks to sit on their ass how about you spend (1/2)
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    • Literally I got pulled in a ditch and fucked my truck up because the road literally chunked off when I drove over it
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    • Ok but smoothe roads do feel good tho 😳
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    • Fuck it, let’s get rid of cars all together.
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    • Texas roads suck ass
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    • Guess where trucks carrying corporate products travel? And guess who owns that corporate and has a suit in the capital talking the ear off the representatives? Guess who then gets reelected bc of kickback and publicity?
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    • Our town invested in more trees and rocks which made traffic worse because they made the roads smaller
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    • Gotta love the government man
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    • The only thing these "protests" have done is make people hate black people.
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    • I live in washington and backroads are rarely worked on. The main road is replaced every year and it is usually in perfect condition but that is what the city decided on.
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    • Could be like Washington, Where the only road that really gets attention is literally I5 which never stops being worked on because they only plan to handle the current flow of traffic instead of future
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    • City government be like “Sorry but all the money went to our office decor budget it was totally worth it though trust me this chair is super comfortable.”
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    • Haha go to Louisiana then you’ll appreciate your roads
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    • Your city pays to repair roads, not state. So, how about you write a letter to your elected city official and ask to repair your roads? Also the reason City roads get more attention than boony roads is because there are more people living working and paying taxes in the city.
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    • Yo they still barely fix it for shit
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    • Trust me they don’t fix the city ones either.
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    • Obviously city roads take priority
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    • They started construction on a road near my house 2 years ago. They just finished up and there's no fucking difference. They took two years to do jack shit.
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    • Country roads really 55 mph with no asphalt just potholes and rocks and barely one lane wide, city roads .... 25 mph smh
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    • @ Illinois repaving I-88 3 times in one decade
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    • Government doesn’t own a lot of those roads therefore it isn’t their responsibility to fix them
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    • Blame your state and/or local government, and make sure to vote in people who will change it
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    • Go fuck yourself GreenWall24, deleting text because you're a dense dumbass
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    • 1 next to no one drives on country roads 2 a lot of people drive on city roads 3 taxes are higher in the city and 4 who asked
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    • I live at an Army base and they closed doors one of the gates so that they could fix a kinda beat up road but the didn't bother to fix the road right outside the gate where there's a much of potholes and whole pieces of road missing
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    • Lmao yea ghetto roads are as bad as country road but we use them more and we have a city with higher taxes who therefore SHOULD fix them
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    • They only fix country roads in West Virginia
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    • Government when it switches from communism :D government when it’s communism :(
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    • As someone currently working on a job for pretty much exactly that I this is true
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    • Bruh their is a road down near my train tracks I'm afraid when I drive over it my mf muffler is gonna fall out of my truck like a cartoon or something
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    • *putting those annoying little patches all over and making it bumpier
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    • Most of the time the county has to fix roads that aren't in city limits
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    • Pennsylvania be like
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    • Country roads, break our bones, when we try... To go home! Drive super slowly, the road is holey, county roads, break our bones.
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    • Calling out Ohio like that
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    • COUNTRY ROADS
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    • Bro they're going this in my state as well
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    • Or puts traffic lights where they aren't needed
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    • Idk what city you live in but mine has some pretty bad roads
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    • COUNTRY ROAAAAAAAAAAAAAD
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    • There's this pothole at my local Wal-Mart just at the end of huge lot that literally pops tires and bottoms out cars going over 15mph. But whenever it starts to damage cars going 15 or below they slightly fill it. Not sure if it's a cheap speed bump or Wal-Mart just taking out sadistic urges
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    • Unless you live in Michigan. You pay to fix the roads and somehow the roads never get fixed....
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    • Fixing roads is ez embezzling. The more that needs fixed, the bigger budget, the less that gets fixed, the bigger paycheck.
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    • RIP Grant Imahara
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    • Its the exact opposite in Ohio, city streets are fucked and they replace perfectly good 2 lane country roads every 6-8 years
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    • Local. Governments. Fix. Local. Roads. With. Local. Tax. Dollars.
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    • 4 people benefit from the old roads, and the old roads are like 30 miles long. City roads with small bumps and breaks damage cars daily, and benefit hundreds or even thousands of people. Also the “fix area” is like a block.
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    • Untrue. The government fixes neither. Theyre too busy diddling themselves
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    • Get fucked bumpkins
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    • If you notice they repave streets on the rich side of town and just throw shitty patches down in the low income areas.
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    • the difference being that one is driven on every day the other is driven on two to three times a month (minus truckers)
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    • There’s a couple highways here in Chicago that have been under constitution (like they’re actually doing shit, not just half done) since 5-10 years ago
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    • have you been to MICHIGAN whoowee
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