If you use the smartphone navigation app Waze -- which is another way of saying if you're a person who drives a car in Los Angeles -- you've probably had this experience. Waze finds the shortest route to your destination -- not the simplest or the straightest. So it often ends up taking you through residential side streets and out-of-the-way places. And when it does, especially during peak traffic hours, you usually discover that there are a lot of other people also taking the same weird route, that there are lots of other people using Waze...
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