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In particular, the whole notion of “congestion” really struck me. City planners always talk about fighting congestion, but they always mean traffic on roads (though ironically much of what they do actually increases congestion on roads). But what about pure human to human congestion?

As a native of New York City, I was never able to get used to that kind of congestion. HT to Coyote. I wonder what they will cook up as solutions to congested emergency rooms? We already have the beginnings of an answer.

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