If there's a traffic jam, then break out the steel drums because it's time for traffic jamming!
Justin Berk is a TV meteorologist. On September 20, he got stuck in a horrendous traffic jam on Interstate 76 outside of King of Prussia, Pennsylvania. All of the eastbound vehicles were at a dead stop as first responders addressed a bus accident ahead of him.
After half an hour, some people go out of their cars to chat. Berk did, too. He met two musicians: David Gettes and Paul Downie, who perform with Trinidad North Steel Drums. Berk persuaded them to get out their instruments and play them for the travelers.
Before the accident was cleared, the motorists had danced the limbo and the conga. Beck calls it "the best traffic jam I've ever been in."
-via Dave Barry