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    Roadbed Guy

    Nothing speaks of that addiction more than the cloverleaf interchange at Old Faithful in Yellowstone. Tourists may arrive gradually, but after the eruption they want to hop in their cars by the hundreds and skedaddle. So the National Park Service builds a huge cloverleaf.

    Similarly, when parking lots at popular locations are redesigned, they include pull-thru places for mega-RVs. Meanwhile, bicycles are discouraged. People don't even get out of their cars when they take pictures.


    But you don't change any of that by trying to cut off the drug supply.  In fact, I would conjecture that it would only exacerbate the addiction.

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