It's been established that I have the Longest Commute In The World. Or it's an hour. However you want to think of it. Some days I'm fine with it and there days I fantasize about driving down the median backwards just to break up the monotony. It could be worse, it may be 65 miles, but I never hit traffic. It's all highway driving, and my little Corolla gets phenomenal gas mileage – the last time I filled up, I got 38 mpg. 38!
But still – it's a long drive. I currently owe about $10 in fines to my library so I can't get my books on tape. I'm morally opposed to paying library fines. I've considered using Andrew's card so I can get some more books on tape, but then I would just have 2 fines that I'm morally opposed to paying. Le sign, it's such a conundrum. I don't buy books*. I don't understand why anyone who has access to a public library buys their books. Even if I did buy books, I doubt I would buy audio books, they are crazy expensive.
So what's my point? I have a long commute, no audio books, and Josh and Chuck only post 2 SYSK podcasts a week.
I'm getting to the end of my rope with my commute again.
* okay, I do buy some books. I own all the Harry Potter series for example. But about 90% of the books I read are from the library.