Numlock News: January 11, 2019

By Walt Hickey Have a great weekend! Numerous & Humorous There are 8,245 mile marker signs on Washington state highways. Roughly 200 are missing, and Washington State Department of Transportation has had to replace 608 mile marker signs since 2012. In related news, the Washington Department of Transportation has begun removing frequently stolen mileposts 69 and 420 from roads altogether, or has replaced them with mile markers 68.9 and 419.9. For those out of the loop, those are the sex number and the weed number, respectively, and are evidently worth risking a $1,000 fine or 90 days in jail to get them on a dorm room wall.

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