This is a thought that's been brewing in my head the last few days, so I thought I would toss it out there and see what you all think.
A lot of people say the line for the Subs are going to be of epic proportions when it opens and that it will take hours to get through it. I am thinking these predictions may be a little exaggerated. Sure, the lines will be long, but not as bad as some people predict. After all, people were predicting the sky to fall due to the Y2K problem. And before the '84 Olympics people were saying that the average speed on the freeways all day was going to be 20 mph.
As it turns out everything transitioned smoothly from 1999 to 2000. The traffic during the Olympics was actually lighter -- not heavier -- than normal.
So I was just thinking perhaps all this talk about monstrous queues for the subs will have a reverse effect, and that maybe the lines actually won't be long as some people predict.
What do you think?