I'm watching Storm Stories on The Weather Channel. They are telling some tale of flooding. Here's what makes me This lady is driving to work one morning on a major interstate and sees ZERO cars on either side of the road. She is the only one driving. Major interstate. Middle of the day. Don't you think that if you were the ONLY soul on the interstate in the middle of the day that it would make you think that something is wrong? It's not like this lady was driving down a highway in the middle of nowhere. She was on an interstate in a populated area. She said it didn't occur to her that anything was wrong. ???!??!?!?! Turns out the interstate had been closed for flooding. I missed the part that said how she managed to get ON the interstate in the first place. But still. NOBODY on the road. Of course her car was washed off the road and then she had to be rescued by these two guys that put their lives at risk to get her back out of the water. ARGGGG. Okay, it just came back on and it was talking about the flooding in Atlanta a few years back. So she was in ATLANTA and no one was on the interstate. That is unheard of. There are always people on the interstates in Atlanta. Usually there are eleventy billion NASCAR wannabees on the interstates in Atlanta. "No, no... I didn't think it odd that no one else was on the road. In the rain. In the middle of the day. After many, many days of heavy rain. La, la, la..." This is why I shouldn't watch television.