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Letter: Also trapped by pickup line

Brad Byington writes:
We also were trapped by a pickup line. But it was almost on the Square across the street from the Annex building. Most of the time in Kentucky people are very gracious about allowing you to pull out. But not for the pick up people. I had my turn signal on and waited and waited and waited and waited and finally just shut off the car and waited some more until the traffic finally cleared 20 minutes later.

I agree about being enablers. I would probably be considered hard-hearted because I know I'm in the minority of not coddling now second- and third-generation children. I also noticed the school buses they were also coming from the school and up to the Square were pretty much empty.
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