Some call it the Florida-Haiti Interstate Tunnel. Some call it the Caribbean International Highway. Some simply refer to it as I95U. No matter what it’s called, it is said to be an enormous undertaking, one of the largest construction projects in existence. It is purportedly a 600 mile-long system of overland highways and floating tunnels moored to the floor of the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea meant to link Florida, Cuba, the Bahamas, Jamaica, Haiti, the Dominican Republic, and Puerto Rico in a single roadway system. Those who believe in it call it a wonder of modern engineering. Those who know better call it a magnificent hoax, one that partly depends on confusing it with the nearby and very real Port of Miami Tunnel project.
Hello! Today marks the start of my new online presence. During my years of IT- and non-IT work, I've functioned as everything from mailroom clerk to I.T. department manager, with almost every possible position worked in as I rose through the ranks. With the knowledge I've gained through navigating the minefield that life is sometimes, I've gained what some call "a slightly different perspective on the world" from both my professional and personal experiences that I want to share. I hope you'll come along for the ride.
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