How safe is air travel, really? We are at the height of the vacation-travel season. Here is something to think about at the airport, while you’re waiting in line for the security screening: “How (and How Often) Airplane Bathrooms Are Cleaned”
Way back when, a friend would occasionally stop by our apartment near the University of Oregon campus. He’d pull some marijuana out of his pocket, roll up a joint and share it with us. Everyone feeling relaxed, we’d make the purchase: twenty dollars for a baggie. It was all very friendly.
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Joe Brancatelli is a travel writer. His audience is primarily people who travel for business. You may or may not be amused by this recent column: a tongue-in-cheek review of advice about the dangers to tourists in a certain country.
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Traffic coming towards you becomes one-way. Traffic going away from you is two-way. Traffic entering intersection from your right can go straight or turn left.
When I navigate this intersection, I am in the right lane, as I am usually traveling straight ahead.
The left lane can go straight or turn left.
Turning left with red light onto a one-way street is legal.
It appears one driver wanting to turn has become annoyed waiting behind drivers who won’t turn until the light is green.
Annoyed enough post instructions on the back of a street sign.
As my hometown has metamorphosed from sleepy Portland to hip Portlandia, dogs have become a must-have accessory for many . . . which brings us to Jerry Seinfeld: