Car Hauling Absurd Amount of Wicker Highlights a Sunday Evening Traffic Jam on I-84 in Danbury
This was the entrance to I-84 going West from Super 7 on Sunday (8/29/21) at about 4:45 pm.
I'm headed home from an event Sunday night, I was in Brookfield and needed to get to my house off Main Street in Danbury. I decided to jump on Super 7 for one exit, hop on I-84 West, and get off either Exit 6 or 5 to get home.
There are about 50 different local routes I could have taken that would have cut I-84 out of the equation. Instead, I figured I'll get on the highway to avoid the 5,000 man-sized potholes I will encounter on the back roads.
Plus, it's Sunday, Sunday evening, this should be a breeze. It was not a breeze, and why!? Who do I blame? There has to be someone to blame and I want to know who that is, right now.
Maybe I should not play the blame game, instead I should count my lucky stars that the traffic allowed me to notice something I might otherwise have missed like the roof transportation of an absurd amount of wicker. Who is transporting a metric F--- ton of wicker furniture? Why wicker? Why so much wicker?
How bout a closer look...
Who is driving this car? Oh, I know...
It has to be the Wicker Man himself, the great Nic Cage is behind all of this and I need all the information I can get right now. Let's call it a full investigation.
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P.S. Wicker takes me back man. Braided reed and rattan were all the rage when I was a small child back in the 80's. Whenever I go to someone's house and see a wicker chair on the porch, I know that person has weed.
Fun wicker furniture information:
Wicker products are light and sturdy, made from the best stuff on Earth like reed, rattan or bamboo and braided together to create a comfortable, sturdy and long-lasting product.