I love Grand Junction, with one exception. Why in the bloody hell did someone decide it was a good idea to put fractions in the roads? Was there an Algebra major that retired to Grand Junction seeking revenge on all of us that have never used Algebra in our everyday lives?

Here's what happens when you ask your phone for directions in this town.

Why did the city fathers/mothers not just go with 1st Street and keep going until all the streets were covered? Is this more proof of some "pact" that the city allegedly has with some alien species?

If you have info about why fractions must be a part of our everyday lives here, please share. But, please, don't just give us 1/2 of an answer or we may snap.

UPDATE: Listener Amanda Nelson has come to our rescue...

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