I Now Hate Localism

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This is a message for the respective officials or institutions in all of the little cities on the Peninsula who are responsible for assigning numbers to street addresses, particularly on El Camino Real.

There are two very basic, and very simple guiding principles in the area of street addresses that are observed almost everywhere except the peninsula. To wit:

(1) When heading in a given direction, such as North, South, East, or West, the street numbers should only go in one direction. Put another way, there should not be seven "1630 El Camino Real"s separated by an average distance of two miles.

(2) All the odd numbers should be on one side of the street; all the even numbers should be on the other side of the street, for the entire street, regardless of what tiny city you're in.

You are all a bunch of idiots.

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DUDE! You're singing my song/ranting my rant - what is up with that! It's such a pain in the ass to find anything - plus, some of the little towns aren't REALLY towns, but part of some other 'burg. So the locals call it Something but it's really part of Something Else (if you wanted to find it using Google, or whatever.)

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