While the new digital traffic sign installed right next to the Westmoreland Pedestrian Overpass will help drivers to avoid mistakes
, the sign wasn't installed with proper respect for Rosslyn's beauty. The sign blocks a glorious view of Rosslyn.
This traffic sign should have been placed about two feet lower, at the concrete level of the overpass. The Ode Street Tribune's investigative journalist speculates that these signs are designed to have a standard height. The sign designer should have recognized that Rosslyn is special and installed the sign with due respect for Rosslyn's beauty. All patriotic and red-blooded residents should ask VDOT to reduce the height of the sign. Contact VDOT's Northern Virigina District Office at 703-383-VDOT or firstname.lastname@example.org
The investigative reporter needs to be true to the heritage of Rosslyn and get in his car and drive more. If he stopped walking or biking so much he would not be distracted by such superfluous spurious surplus scenery.
How could any sane individual have written that first comment. I suspect that the individual who wrote that comment is not a resident of Rosslyn and that the individual is overwhelmed with jealousy of Rosslyn's beauty. While Rosslyn does not benefit from the natural beauty of places such as the mountains in Oregon, it does wonders with what it has. I commend the ODE Street Tribune for focusing attention on Rosslyn's beauty.
Anonymous 2, all's I'm sayin' is that Rosslyn is best seen from the seat of a Chevy Bel Air or a George Jetson-type flying machine.
Anonymous should get out of that Chevy Bel Air - and smell the roses from the seat of a bicycle.
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