I broke a finger a little while back. It's hampered my ability to do a variety of things, required a number of a doctor visits and been annoying all around. But it did lead to one thing I find fascinating. You see, the doctor who treats me is in a part of a nearby town I never went to before. While driving to it, I reached a four way intersection:
Now, a four way intersection with four lanes in both directions seems weird to me, but it's nothing especially remarkable. However, here is the same intersection from a different angle:
I have to marvel at a four-way intersection where two of the ways end ~100 feet after the intersection. The first time I reached this intersection, I actually drove through it because... I mean, why wouldn't you be able to go straight in a four way intersection? Who puts 100 feet of road past an intersection like this then has it suddenly end with a Do Not Enter sign and a bunch of grass?
I feel like it's a metaphor for something, but I don't have any deep or insightful thoughts to share. I just thought it was funny.