Actual JP Morgenthau Wrote:
> The trip that so
> haunts your sorry ass to this day
I thought it was trips as in multiple occurrences? At one point you claimed it was trips on three consecutive days.
In any event, why would a trip where you managed to mangle just about every detail haunt me?
And you wonder why people have their doubts! LOL!
> was meanwhile
> one that differed from the usual 4th St NE to
> Tingey St SE approach to Nats Park (that you never
> understood either) made necessary by some messed
> up traffic restrictions east of the park imposed
> by DCPD (nobody who lives in town calls it MPD).
Here are some locals who live in DC calling it MPD.
DC Councilman David Grosso:
DC blogger Prince of Petworth:
DC Petworth neighborhood news source:
DC Open Government Coalition:
DC's Capitol Hill Association of Merchants and Professionals (CHAMPS):
And then, there's the local media covering the city and providing news to its residents:
I guess these residents and journalists didn't get the memo from our resident fraud that NOBODY who lives in town calls it MPD. LOL!
> I had speculated before the game that we might
> need to use the just barely reopened 3rd St NW to
> cut down from Mass Ave to Washington Avenue in
> order to save some time, and that's exactly how
> things turned out.
And yet, you didn't know the building you passed under while driving on this route. The exact name isn't all that important, but the ability to differentiate between MPD HQ and Department of Labor HQ is pretty indicative of someone familiar with the area. Let's recall you stubbornly and stupidly clung to the notion for many days, perhaps weeks, that 3rd St., NW passes under MPD HQ.
> Brilliant bit of traffic
> strateegery by me.
I'm sure there were better routes.
> The name of the building is of
> course of no relevance at all -- just the sort of
> trivial thing that a thoroughly outclassed asshole
> like you would turn to in despararion.
As noted, the actual name is pretty irrelevant, but which organization is headquartered in the building isn't trivial at all. It is just more evidence that calls into question the veracity of the claims to making this trip, I mean trips. LOL!
Let's couple that blunder with the fact that you had no clue that you were passing by the ramp from exit six off of 395 when you went through the second light on this alleged trip (or was it trips?) down Washington Avenue. Finally, the existence of two large asphalt parking lots immediately to the east of Washington Avenue came as news to you.
Then we had your bogus claims concerning views "significantly comprised of large grassy areas with small trees" along Washington Avenue. Those views, of course, could be easily confirmed If our resident coward would simply provide a Google street view link substantiating his claim.
You either don't know how to use Google street view, or you are a liar. Pick one.
Run, sissy, RUN!