A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

Above, a 1934 plaque from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem. Discarded as trash in 2006. Now a Popeye's fast food restaurant on Google Maps.

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Entry from February 10, 2022
“Driving 5 mph over the speed limit doesn’t entitle you to left lane privileges”

The left lane of a highway is the speed lane, and many people believe that driving just five miles over the speed limit is not fast enough for a vehicle to be there.

“I’m not a fan of people that think five over the speed limit in the left lane is adequate. WRONG!” was posted on Twitter by ThePeixe on Aoril 14, 2008. “Driving 4mph over the speed limit does not entitle you to drive in the left lane!” was posted on Twitter by Debra Lockhart on August 26, 2008. “No, driving 5 miles over the speed limit does not justify your presence in the left lane” was posted on Twitter by Audra Jackson on August 26, 2009. “Driving 5 MPH over the speed limit doesn’t entitle you to left lane privileges, Bub!” was posted on Twitter by Ron Shillman on December 4, 2021.

“Just because you’re going 5 miles over the speed limit doesn’t mean you can drive in the left lane. Some of us are trying to break the law for real” was posted on Twitter by Simon Holland on February 6, 2022.


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ThePeixe
@ThePeixe
I’m not a fan of people that think five over the speed limit in the left lane is adequate. WRONG!
6:48 PM · Apr 14, 2008·Twitter SMS

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Eric Van Quill
@evq
Dear Wisconsin drivers, if you’re not going to go at least 5 over the speed limit, get the FUCK out of the left lane!
12:11 PM · Aug 7, 2008·Twitter SMS

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Debra Lockhart
@Peaceabull
Driving 4mph over the speed limit does not entitle you to drive in the left lane!  Get your ass over!  GrRRR
4:54 PM · Aug 26, 2008·Twitter Web Client

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Audra Jackson
@audrajackson
No, driving 5 miles over the speed limit does not justify your presence in the left lane.
7:00 PM · Aug 26, 2009·Twitter Web Client

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Naye
@YayOrNaye
Driving 5 miles over the speed limit is not enough to justify cruising in the left lane! Know ur lane ppl #literally
6:31 PM · Apr 3, 2012·Echofon

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Ridgy Pidgy
@RidgyPidgy
Driving five over the speed limit doesn’t entitle you to be in the left lane. #moveplease
2:34 PM · Apr 22, 2013·Twitter for Android

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Brittany Flores
@britmightymouth
Driving five miles over the speed limit does not entitle you to the left lane so move the hell over #stupiddrivers
2:50 PM · Jul 22, 2013·Twitter for iPhone

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Caroline Williams
@CareWill22
Going 5 mph over the speed limit does not entitle you to drive in the left lane
1:35 PM · Dec 1, 2013·Twitter for iPhone

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Marley Evers
@marleyevers
5 mph over the speed limit does not justify being in the left lane.....nope....just nope
8:30 AM · Jun 29, 2016·Twitter for iPhone

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Karlee
@TheKKMeko
Going five over the speed limit isn’t fast enough to justify being in the far left lane sorry
6:26 PM · Apr 7, 2017·Twitter for Android

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Sean O’Donnell
@TheSeanODonnell
Doing 5mph over the speed limit does not mean you can sit in the far left lane.
1:08 PM · Dec 29, 2019·Twitter for iPhone

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Ron Shillman
@shillman1
Driving 5 MPH over the speed limit doesn’t entitle you to left lane privileges, Bub! 🏎
11:45 AM · Dec 4, 2021·Twitter for iPhone

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sarah
@Mayh3wSarah
idk who needs to hear this, but going 3mph over the speed limit does NOT justify cruising in the left lane…
9:26 AM · Feb 2, 2021·Twitter for iPhone

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Simon Holland
@simoncholland
Just because you’re going 5 miles over the speed limit doesn’t mean you can drive in the left lane. Some of us are trying to break the law for real.
12:24 PM · Feb 6, 2022·Twitter for iPhone

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityTransportation • Thursday, February 10, 2022 • Permalink