HomeMass. InsanityAll you ever needed to know about Boston traffic… All you ever needed to know about Boston traffic… Jay Tea October 6, 2005 Mass. Insanity 6 Comments …is right here. A car thief was chased down and caught by police officers on bicycles. Damn, I'm good... Manic-depressive blogging Tags:insanity, mass.Related Posts And people wonder why I use the term "Massholes" Ding dong, the witch is dead Lawmakers look to trim the fat About The Author Jay Tea 6 Comments Robert October 6, 2005 I can vouch for that. I was just in Boston last week. I didn’t rent a car… it would have been useless. Took the T everywhere. Bruce October 6, 2005 The bad traffic is the only thing keeping the carjacking rate in Boston as low as it is. “Hello – 911 emergency.” “Help me! Some guy just carjacked me!” “Can you describe the individual, sir?” “Yeah, hold on a sec. Let me walk over and take a look. He hasn’t made it through the light yet.” SilverBubble October 6, 2005 Is it just me, or is the Boston Herald often quite snarky in their articles? Peter F. October 6, 2005 Dear Bostonians, We here in Seattle are discussing the possibility of building a 3-mile long tunnel that just so happens to go under portions of the Puget Sound, complete with downtown entrances and exits. The estimated cost: $4 billion. This structure would replace the Alaskan Way Viaduct, severely damaged in the ’01 6.8 quake and in need of being replaced. Would you kindly contact the moron who heads the King County Council and tell him how great Big Dig has turned out and how little it cost? Thanks! And go Sox! spurwing plover October 6, 2005 What did he steal a Model T ford? Smoke Eater October 6, 2005 I saw something somewhat like this in Fort Worth a few years ago, a CORVETTE sped through 3 red lights and got cought at the next one in the line, where he heard (I’m assuming as I was just watching), and when he looked, he saw a MOUNTED OFFICER (meaning on horseback) signaling for him to pull into a parking lot for his ticket. Justice is sometimes just too sweet, no?