Gov Shapiro releases plan to fix I-95 collapse, launches idea of a 24/7 livestream rebuild, which all sounds VERY FAMILIAR
We have an update on the collapsed section of I-95 that has paralyzed drivers in Northeast Philadelphia.
In a press conference today, Pennsylvania Governor Josh Shapiro released his plan to fix the collapsed bridge and let me tell you, it sounds VERY familiar.
Josh Shapiro: Rebuilding I-95
Cool. Honestly, I’m not really interested in watching anyone rebuild I-95. I just want the road to be fixed as soon as possible so my commute to the Northeast doesn’t take 2+ hours on the Turnpike when I used to be able to get up to RushOrderTees in roughly 45 minutes every morning.
Not to mention, Shapiro went out and completely stole my idea to blog off each side of the overpass and fill that up with concrete and rocks. My girl Maggie Kent is out there telling everyone that they are filling the overpass with rocks from Delco?!
You’re taking my idea and now using rocks from the sacred grounds of Delaware County?! My hometown? What’s going on here?!
A woman after my heart for sure but again, THIS WAS MY IDEA. I’ve been hammering that idea all over social media the past few days and now Shapiro is out there saying he’s going to do just that while entering the content game with a livestream.
You can’t do that. There are unwritten rules of the content game that you simply can’t cross, even more so when I’m spending 4+ hours on the turnpike a day trying to find a single instance where a tanker tipped over and blew up like it did on Sunday.
This has ruined my life.
I don’t think this was the fault of the driver (RIP) but something still is fishy in that situation and I feel like we are just moving right along with a grand spectacle of a livestream for the rebuild of an idea that I was first to deliver to the kind folks of Twitter.
I’m getting sandbagged into oblivion right now and I deserve more credit than I’m getting. It’s not about me though. It’s about the Great Northeast and the road that connects I-95 to our brothers in the north the whole way down to the Low Country in the South to Florida.
This is about the industrial age of America and Shaprio showed up to the party dressed like a TRAIN WRECK.
(Shoutout The Hold Steady, if you don’t get it, listen to The Weekenders song on Spotify)