I did get stuck in The Great ???? — have they given it a name yet? — last night. A ten mile commute home took me almost eight hours and from what I have read many people had it worse. I thought of Keynes and liquidity. The worst part came at the end when I saw the car crushed by a large, heavy tree, which also fell over the main road and turned four lanes and two directions into one lane and two directions. For the most part human cooperation held up and people kept their places in line. Bathroom norms evolved (and were improved), and I now know every station on my radio. As the trip continued, the number of car corpses rose.
We at GMU are so dedicated they didn't even cancel classes. And if a nuclear weapon is being launched at DC, I'm simply going down to the basement.