Man on the Edge - Pollen and Potholes

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by WCCB News Edge

 It's Spring in North Carolina!  Welcome to the intersection of Migrane Headache and Nasal Congestion.  

As resident North Carolinians will know, the gratuitous coat of yellow dust everywhere is just a fact of life in the spring.  It only lasts about 2 or 3 weeks, but the congestion and headaches that come with pollen allergies feel like having the flu to those affected.

Speaking of headaches, the end of winter also signals pothole season throughout the city.  And it seems like there's hardly a road in town that isn't being worked on.  Get caught in a traffic jam as pollen ruthlessly attacks your car, and your day is probably jacked.

So which do you think is worse?  Potholes or pollen?

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