For example, logic would lead you to say that if you're driving down a road, if you continue going straight, you're going to be on the same road. Joke's on you, because the road turned to the left about a half mile ago and you're on something completely different. And now you're stuck.
I think compounding the problem is the fact that my built-in navigation system is six-years-old, same as my car. I didn't think having a six-year-old GPS was a big deal, but apparently GPS years are like dog years or something. Driving with my GPS is like driving with an 80-year-old woman with Alzheimer's. Who's also drunk. I tried to find Wal-Mart today and it told me the closest one was in Indiana. Then I tried to get to the bank and it told me to merge left to get on the 22 E. There is no 22 E. So I'm having a minor freak out attack, trying to eat a sandwich and my GPS is telling me to make a u-turn in the middle of an interstate.
And that is my driving experience in a nutshell.
This is the Allegheny County belt system, which was developed
in case the Russians bomb us to help make traffic less congested. It hasn't helped much.