I hate traffic. I got called to help out with a DCD this evening. I typed the name of the hospital into Mapquest, may it rot in hell. Many miles later I realized it had given me the directions to the wrong hospital. Several frantic phonecalls that involved much cursing got me to the right place. Now, I don't know if you realize this, but New Jersians have a favorite past time. Every afternoon, around 4ish, every licensed driver gets behind the wheel of their car, drives to the nearest highway and parks their care for 3-4 hours. Literally, there is never a time when there is no traffic on the highways in New Jersey. Drive the Parkway at 4am on a Sunday morning, there will be traffic. In Montana, you can drive a day and half without seeing another car. Here, you can't drive a minute and a half.
Anyway, Grand Rounds is up at Aetiology. And don't forget to check out the NJO Blog, with some of the best nursing writing on teh internets.