If maybe I, a Southern California transplant with now 11 years of experience driving in NON STOP RAIN, should move back to Southern California and start some sort of driving school? I'D BE RICH. 

(abc7.com 10/17/04) The season's first significant storm drenched the Southland this morning, causing havoc on the freeways. 

The California Highway Patrol logged 165 incident reports between 5 a.m. and 7:55 a.m. more than four times as many as last Sunday, when there was no rain, according to CHP Officer Francisco Villalobos. 

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