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Preacher's Piece

 

September 11, 2019



A couple of years ago I took my family to a Cubs game at Wrigley Field in Chicago. Chicago is a big city. The population density of Chicago is 11,933 people per square mile. There are 4,524,709 vehicles registered in the state of Illinois. By contrast, the population density of Lafayette County, Wisconsin, where I live, is 26 people per square mile. There are 2,130,000 vehicles registered in the state of Wisconsin. One could say one encounters a vast difference when driving from my home in Wisconsin to Chicago, Illinois. However, traffic has never bothered me. But that’s not saying I have...



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