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What can i do about the city putting speed bumps all over the place?

Okay so a couple months back, i started to notice a few bumps on the drive home. Then, i notice more and more. These bumps are horrible they're oddly shaped and when you get to the top of it, it's like flat. They're horrible even if you pass through them slowly. Anyway, the city put way too many of them i mean I'm talking about EVERY DAMN street has at least 3 freaking speed bumps! It's ridiculous! There's three of them on a small block. I think it's so annoying and ridiculous because if the speed limit is 25 then why do you have to slow down for the damn bumps to almost 2 miles an hour? If they're gonna put those speed bumps they might as well just change the speed limit to 5 MPH because that's how slow you have to go to not damage your car over time. Can i sue the city if my car gets messed up? What can i do about this?


No, I've been at the same job for 13 years, but there is a first for everything.
I have an antique Coleman 426D 3 burner that I found at a garage sale for $5. The old man said it had been sitting for 15+ years. He quit using it because it wouldn't hold pressure. I threw him a 5 and ran for the truck before he changed his mind! The fuel had long evaporated and all I did was put a drop or 2 of 3 in 1 oil on the seal. That was 8 years ago. I take it camping 5 or 6 times a year and it has yet to fail me. Clean yours, oil it and give it a good going over. Coleman builds their stuff to last and you will have no trouble. Happy camping! P.S. if the fuel is that old then it won't explode. It has probably turned to varnish, just ask anybody that has left an old motor sitting for years! LOL!
Yes, 2 - one was at a men's suit shop in the early 90s, they fired me because I was the only one who did my work properly, but my coworkers lied to the manager said I didn't. The other one was as manager of Target because they didn't feel I was cut out for the job.
Haha, yeah I was in my early 20's and didn't care. I care now, though

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