laurence.horn at YALE.EDU
Thu Nov 29 06:17:49 UTC 2001
At 12:40 PM -0500 11/29/01, Mark.Mandel at LHSL.COM wrote:
>Phil Cleary writes:
>I just asked my son, who got his license a month ago. He said, "Most people
>call it 'yellow,' but the book [the Mass. RMV driver's manual] calls it
>That matches with my sense (also Massachusetts: I live in Framingham, about
>30min west of Boston). Everybody calls it "yellow", but officially it's
>"amber". Kind of like the Feds' being the only people in America who spell
>"mari<j>uana" with an 'h'.
And then there's NYC's Avenue of the Americas, still (almost)
universally called Sixth Avenue.
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