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Need to be a bridge builder to know when Good Friday is?

(1) That side of the bridge was closed and couldn’t be opened for holiday traffic
(2) No one debates the fact that the bridge need repair
(3) The two existing (eastern drivable) lanes were intermittently closed because of the concrete pour on the two western (closed) lanes causing traffic to back up for miles
(4) With a little planning, and little consideration, the concrete pour could have been done on the Thursday prior to Good Friday or on the following Monday. Both of those days would have considerably less traffic than the amount traditionally seen on that Friday.

Apparently, you have zero conception of what I was even talking about. Time to remove that hair from your posterior and stop being an idiot.

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