Compounded they provide the catalyst that produced those results this week in Atlanta.
One would think a blizzard buried the city in mountains of snow. In fact, meteorologists report that a mere two inches blanketed the area. Icy road conditions slowed traffic in the hub city where motorists are accustomed to driving break-neck speeds along the region's Interstates.
One would also think that cold, snow, and ice are foreign to Atlanta. They are not.
Anyone who's visited the area in the winter months knows that denizens of central Georgia are no strangers to bone-chilling temperatures and the winter mix that comes along with it.
So what was the problem?
Finger pointing is, of course, normal in such circumstances, but one has to confess that even Detroit manages to keep it's roads reasonably passable during winter storms. And when the buck passing begins it never ends until it reaches the top.
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