Friday, March 31, 2006


Sunday happens 7 days a week.
Saturday sits on the tandem bicycle.
Friday occurs and reoccurs.
Thursdays surprise us with a future.
Wedensday and the hump of my life.
Tuesday homework reeps harvest of gold.
Monday repersents something from yesterday.

Thursday, March 30, 2006

My lane and yours let's not dance.
Own your slice and I have the other.
Two places we would not rather be.
Take care of yourside and I got mine.
I'll enjoy my ride you may not.

Wednesday, March 29, 2006

One day with a measured sum. Collected from the bottoms, nestled with barrels of oil. Corrected with tainted breath. Moving slowing to capture, itself entirely and then forth. Again into the confines of America.

Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Tax em

I think we need to tax people out of the automobile.

Much like we see with ciggerettes and alcohol. People will simply not give the addiction up.

A couple methods could be you punch your license plate into a keypad, based on the MPG, The gallons used (you could single out rental cars and such) that could formulate miles driven tax and an efficiency tax at the same time.

It would open the rental car business so you could rent a car for an hour or two.

Every time there is maintenance a surcharge will be added to the final bill. Maintenance for the life of a car produces tons of toxic waste. Find ways to recycle these substances.

Lastly buying new car would cost you 5,000 dollars extra. While buying a used car would cost an extra 1,000. This would be an additional expense to what you pay now.

This solves all of the problems you won't solve now.

First we have no money to fund transit. With this initial cash flow and the continued revenue from rider ship. You will.

Second raising the MPG does not solve anything; it only adds to our problems. This is as we have seen the number of miles driven has gone up. So now something met to deter causes to use more. With a miles added tax you pay for your mileage and you pay for your own vehicle IE truck, compact, motorcycle, etc.

Third the biggest waste of resources is not recycling our old cars back into circulation and or keep your current car longer.

I surely do not want to impose such costly measures, however you continue not to conserve. There needs to be balance or a balance will seek you..

Update 4-28-06

An oil balance just found them and we are not even at summertime.

Decades of neglect and enormous problems lay just ahead. I am scared as hell and I don't own a car.

Monday, March 27, 2006


Rain strikes here and there, yet with radar you can do errands with out to much hassle.
Wow a three pad Helio. St. Joseph I wish people would slow down and enjoy life. We over commit with too many things in life.

Ponder this
How many trips will an urban vehicular/driver take? I average 2 round trips daily.

How many trips will a motor vehicular/driver take in a day?

I will tell you something.

An urban vehicular/driver (on the same trip or If I die part way that portion) trip will take 6 to 7 times longer than your highway adventure, and 2 to 5 times slower on our surface streets.

Why waste your life away in an automobile, collecting fat, when you can read the paper on transit, workout while you commute, or enjoy the pleasures of walking.

***this provodied by power*****

Sunday, March 26, 2006


Grand cana with many views. Top Oak street looking north, Far right 3rd ave looking east, bottom 40th street.
Almost rained today, but just a sprinkled.
Took gear in case.
pretty warm outside in the morning 65 @ 6am

Some people have never ridden down a canal.
Thats too bad. We should plan for Pedestrians, bicyclers, transit, and forget about the motorvehicle.

Saturday, March 25, 2006

Friday, March 24, 2006

Wednesday, March 22, 2006


I follow the same plane.
Striding the right lines.

Held myself from within.
Playing the right games.

Wathced on two wheels
Knowing the news trends.

Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Sunday, March 19, 2006

Where is the Party?

Good Morning!

This is better than coffee.
I am wide awake right now.

Saturday, March 18, 2006


this is a chruch I think stay tuned for the front.

Any way...

Friday, March 17, 2006

Take it Back

Phoenix had bicycles and cars were just barely out.
Ohh I really never worry about rain. Of course on days it does like this one.
We will just fake it.

Thursday, March 16, 2006

BIKE this

Be safe
don't drink and Bike

Pedalcyclist Traffic Fatalities and

Fatality Rates by State, 2004

State Deaths Deaths per
Million Population
Maryland12 2.16
New Hampshire10.77
New Jersey161.84
New Mexico42.10
New York402.08
North Carolina252.93
North Dakota23.15
Rhode Island00
South Carolina225.24
South Dakota11.30
West Virginia42.20
U.S. Total7252.47
Puerto Rico153.85

Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Bicycles do nothing to destory MotherNature.
Yet vehicular drivers do everything to destory the bicycle.

Tuesday, March 14, 2006

The bike photo log

Good Afternoon I am going to college, and thought you would like a visual blog pill.

I am trying to get the entire nation out of the daily automobile and into something new. So Join us imeaditly.

Enjoy my daily commute or create your own and link here or there.

Monday, March 13, 2006

Does anyone vote?

So I go here to Vote.
Notice no Electioneering going on
All the Bonds passed. Now serving 1 billion dollars.
The most pathetic thing is only 15 percent of voters showed up. Phoenix, AZ


Sometimes you feel alone,
other times you are.
Most of the time you are not,
yet on the best of times you notice.