Ian Frazier has another article in The New Yorker this month, which is always good news to me because I loooove his writing and know absolutely nothing about what he writes about until I read it. This one is about driving across Siberia and here is a new thing I learned:
Stop signs in rural Siberia look just like the ones in the rural U.S.
except for not having bullet holes.
(Why this is noteworthy: though I definitely do not live in Siberia, I have never in my life even imagined the possibility of a stop sign with bullet holes in it. Apparently I have not traveled enough.)