Discussion in 'The Off-topic Lounge' started by Filthy, Dec 6, 2019.
Semantics. It's higway 50. And there are stop lights every 50 yards in Orlando.
State Road 50 - AARoads - Florida
It's a road
Called higway 50
Agreed. Like Highway 441.
But when you take it, you don't say "let's take the highway."
Because that would be stupid.
You also wouldn't say "east coast highways don't have stop lights."
Highways on the east coast generally don't have stop lights. I can think of a few exceptions for entrance ramps on I-95 in Miami Dade County.
No one thinks of a ground level road with stop lights and intersections when referencing "the highway".
Highway 95 in Arizona has lights and stop signs before it turns in desert.
Ca -86 has lights in the middle of the desert.
You guys are all gaybos
No you don't
Tonnes of highways have traffic lights.
Lots of highways do.
But nobody refers to that as getting on "the highway" when referencing the intracity portion that is often doubled named to a local street.
Like the Englishman that's out of his territory stay in yours Canadian. Your bastardized Queens English doesn't apply here.
Ca 86 has lights 20 miles in the middle of the desert or more. About 5 sets. I used to race people there. Definitely no in town
Middle of fucken nowhere actually
Killing them in your 370?
Yes. Fun times
I've been thinking about getting an xkr
Legally Miramar Parkway is a highway. It checks all the boxes.
It is a state highway. It is not considered "the highway" due to its many stop lights and pedestrian sidewalks.
You are insane.
He's a fucken mongaloid
The highway where you live:
The highway where I live:
Additional highways in Miami-Dade County:
Palmetto Expressway (I-75)
I-395 (MacArthur Causeway/Don Shula Expressway)
I-195 (Julia Tuttle Causeway)
Note the absence of Miramar Parkway/Hallandale Beach Blvd