Life in Connecticut can be overwhelming, there is a lot to do. We all need to say and do certain things to save ourselves time and heartache. If you always said what was on your mind, it would cost you. If you always spoke in complete sentences, it could be exhausting.

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This is why we (CT folks) resort to speaking broken English and/or altering our speech, it's just easier.

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This really could have been several different lists but when I seperated them, it didn't feel like Connecticut. Once the array was mixed together, it made for a complete package that felt more like a busy Connecticut human being.

It's funny abot saying "wow" and "that' crazy" there are still people who truly miss this cue. When I say "that's crazy" I am trying to spare your feelings. I can hear my mother's voice in my head telling me to think of the other person. I can hear my wife saying, "maybe they are lonely?" Those thoughts keep me hanging in there for a few more minutes but it does not last forever.

There comes a point where I start to believe the other person might be f---- with me. That is when my angry little man takes over. My angrly little man is a stickler for the tasks of the day. My personal "to-do list" does not get shorter because I was kindly bobbing my head all day. At some point, all the participants of the conversation need to go home, right?

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Greater Danbury's 13 Most Amusing Photos Captured by the Google Car

Google Instant Street View is easily my favorite free application. You can take a digital cruise through the streets of Milan Italy, a drive down the PCH in California or tool around your local area without leaving your office chair. But the best use of Instant Street View is to catch unbeknownst moments. If you look long enough, hard enough, you will find some really funny things. I've spent years combing through the Greater-Danbury area Google footage and these are some of my favorite snaps. 

Gallery Credit: Lou Milano

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