If you’re a father who brings your kid to school, or anyone who has lived enough years on the road, you’d notice that during the start of the rainy season, which incidentally is also the start of the school year, construction or repairs of drainage, canals and roads go on full blast.
Roads reduced to one lane. Traffic becomes worse. Flooding becomes worse. Anger management and blood pressure medicine are suddenly needed. Patience becomes extremely rare. It’s a scene that stokes the fires road rage.
If the same thing happens year in and year out, then there has to be a perfectly valid explanation for it, something that should cool everyone’s head because it’s, well, perfectly valid. Why can’t the repairs be done during the summer, when classes are off and the rainy season is a few months away.
There has to be a good explanation. If anyone knows a good reason, then that would be greatly appreciated. And that would probably be therapeutic. (Please use the comment section below.)