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Frieda Frisk said she’d be back for her mother’s trial. But do we normally get to see those, here on Tracy?
Oakstone; I did if he ever got his hormones in check.
Neil this is going to be one of times I have to admit I was wrong. I googled who has jurisdiction over Lake Shore Drive, and, the first thing that came up was a Chicago Police directive detailing where the state police was responsible for patrolling, and, where the city was, in regards to Expressways. According to that document, the city handles Lake Shore Drive. I would presume it would be similar in other cities.
Addison I know is one of the cross streets for Wrigley Field, while California, is one for the criminal courts building. So Millennial, or, crook?
And, like McGinnis, he needs to see what’s in “front” of him, instead of obsessing over Big Sister Cinnamon. Notice how Little Sis fills out that T-Shirt, and, shorts. And, she apparently has brains, as well. Quite a combination, one that it might pay to get to know, if you ever get your hormones in check.
Ray; Lake Shore Drive in Chicago also runs past Soldier Field, McCormick Place, and, exits to Northerly Island (once home to Meigs Field).
Neil; your forgot Lake Shore Drive (in Chicago,) is considered to be part of US 41. Not an actual Interstate, but still a Federally recognized highway.
Actually Big Sis has done nothing but have some bad people (and, RJ) become infatuated with her. BTW, RJ, “Little Sister” isn’t bad looking either, and, is probably more your speed anyway.
I smell paperwork in the morning. First Tracy has to radio his dispatch to call whatever fire department is responsible for that area to send a rescue squad, and, paramedics. Then he’d better have his dispatch call the state police, since I presume the “coast road” is an interstate, and, as such their territory.