Foreign Intelligence Brief #372: Longest Sea Bridge Ever Built Opens Over Jiaozhou Bay

The just finished Jiaozhou Bay Bridge in China is 26.4 miles long, making it the world’s longest sea bridge ever made. The pillared span, which took 10,000 workers toiling around the clock for four years to build, connects the coastal city of Qingdao with two evidently-not-so-nearby islands. Big deal. Who among us wouldn’t prefer to wait hours for the privilege to pay through the nose just to ride on the Spirit of British Columbia? The Chinese don’t know what they’re missing! I bet their bridge doesn’t come with gruff employees serving wilted Legendary Burgers. The fools…

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