History is on the side of the road

I can see now that the Romans needn't have bothered. They should have stuck to dragging their collective imperial might across the mud and muddle of the territories they so effectively crushed instead of building all those frankly over-rational straight roads through 'em. After all, what good did those bloomin' roads ever do any of us?

by Tim Williams

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