It's clear that the pothole problem in Michigan is getting out of hand, even so much that a new epoxy is being created to temporarily solve the issue on the other side of the state. Even so, there are certain parts of the road that are unbearable, and one such part on Stadium drive in Kalamazoo is really starting to get on my nerves and I'm sure I can't be alone on this.

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After you make that slight left onto Stadium Dr off of Michigan and head towards WMU's Waldo Stadium, the left lane contains a sewer that has sunk down what seems like a foot from the ground. It's impossible to avoid because you have to swerve into the next lane to avoid, and every time you drive through it it feels like the earth karate chops your soul. It feels like $3,000 blew up in your wallet. It also feels like my car broke its leg. Can anything be done to fix this? It's not safe and is gonna cause some major damage soon, I just hope it's not to my car. End rant...


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