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Old 08-20-2021, 01:08 PM
 
Location: Tucson/Nogales
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Apparently, all of Clark County and Kingman, Arizona were "dusted" by fallout clouds too.

Seems like a lot of the old timers in Kingman are getting multiple cancers left and right.



http://https://www.nbcnews.com/news/...ation-n1239802
And to think!!! A developer wanted to build a new retirement city 60 miles north on Hwy 95, right in the old path of the nuclear fallout! Imagine if you had a garden and planted vegetables and what they'd look and taste like! The tomatoes might grow to be N or U shaped!

Not sure about Caliente!
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Old 08-20-2021, 04:22 PM
 
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An interesting twist here in Tucson, is that the green arrow for making a left turn, goes on at the end, not the beginning. when the light changes. It took some getting used to, so now I relax more if I couldn't make the left turn at first, and wait for the arrow to turn later.
That's taking hold in Denver and other cities. The rationale is that if left turns are first and there are a huge number of them, they simply keep training in front of oncoming traffic even after the arrow goes red, blocking oncoming traffic from advancing. By placing left turners at the end of the cycle, the two-way oncoming traffic clears first, and direct oncoming traffic is less likely to train through red lights like left turners do.
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