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The other day, on the traffic report, the announcer listed several of the usual areas, saying that they were slow, or normal, or had x minutes of delay. Then he finised with saying that "The George Washington Bridge is just jake".

Has anyone heard this expression before? Am I just that out of it? Or, OTOH, am I too young (at 44)?

And what does it mean? Should I take the bridge, because traffic is flowing well, or avoid it, because it's totally jammed?


David
(loves the jazz, but gets annoyed at the announcer/DJ)
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