From today's Modesto Bee, this unusual statement:
USA Today and CNN recently described the state of affairs in Baton Rouge: "Signs of boom times are everywhere. Wal-Mart trucks stream in with blankets, water, gasoline cans and food for new residents jamming the chain's 14 local stores.
"Airlines have added passenger flights to Chicago and other cities. FedEx and other cargo carriers are boosting service, too."
The airport got so busy, it was second in the nation in traffic last week, behind only JFK International in New York.
To cope with traffic that is beyond the capacity of its streets and avenues, Baton Rouge eliminated left turns.
First thing I need to ask; since when is JFK the leader of traffic in the US?
Here's a link: Modesto Bee Article
Haven't found corroborating evidence as of yet..the day is still young.