Friday, June 30, 2006

Monday, June 26, 2006


did you get the post on June 10?
A generic city with no home is the title of this work.

Saturday, June 24, 2006


A fishing pond in Phoneix Yes it is that deep and wide. However stocked with lovely fish. You can even get the schedule online.
Bahn 2006

arizona canal
Bahn 2006

a Fishing pond
Bahn 2006

Good afternoon ladies and gentlemen.

· Intro (Ask to yourself)

Do you currently belong to a large group that supports anonymity?

The Nazis had a large group that housed anonymity and brainwashing. American drivers are a large group with anonymity while they drive.

· Body

a. The ill effects can be seen by the summary of the report conducted by the Nation Highway Traffic Safety Administration. In 2004 6.2 million crashes were reported, resulting in 42,00 deaths and 2.8 million injuries. This report also concludes motor vehicles are number one killer in young adults. Folks this is 116 people ever day for 366 days in just 2004 alone. By the time a two hour class gets out, 10 people would not make it and have to be killed in some horrific way the motor vehicle does.

b. Like most autocrats they won’t provide or encourage any choice outside their own agenda or voters. Yet driving is still a privilege Did you know that? When’s the last time you walked through fifty rows of cars to get some milk? Or How many people have ridden their bicycles lawfully only to have motorists feel that your in their way?

· Conclusion

a. The motor vehicle is an effective tool, when used responsibly, and can grantee the rights of everyone.

b. The main problem with driving a motor vehicle is it creates a list of human rights violations.

c. With such blatant destruction and abuse, where is the responsibility or choice within this group? While not exactly Nazis, the consequences of their continued inaction are profound to the world.

Works Cited

Department of Transportation. "Traffic Safety Facts.” 2004. Nation Highway Traffic Safety Administration PDF


  1. God save the children Oops is there a god.

Wednesday, June 21, 2006

another week another tunnel.

Mcdowell

Tuesday, June 20, 2006

sun screen is an essential item all year around.

I have three bottles at one time.
  1. back up
  2. work
  3. home

Monday, June 19, 2006

  • Just because you can does not always mean you should.
  • Here is a good example who brings there kids on the bus.

Sunday, June 18, 2006

So Arizona finally gets this right.
Yes I own a electric bicycle.

·Exempts a motorized electric or gas powered bicycle or tricycle from license tax.

·Exempts a motorized or gas powered bicycle or tricycle from laws relating to required equipment on motorcycles and motor-driven cycles.

·Exempts motorized electric or gas powered bicycles or tricycles from vehicle emissions inspections.

·Permits the operation of motorized electric or gas powered bicycles or tricycles without a driver license.

·Allows motorized electric or gas powered bicycles or tricycles to use the right-of-way designated for the exclusive use of bicycles.

·Exempts motorized electric or gas powered bicycles or tricycles from vehicle insurance and financial requirements.

·Defines “motorized electric or gas powered bicycle or tricycle” as a bicycle or tricycle that is equipped with a helper motor that has a maximum piston displacement of forty-eight cubic centimeters or less, that may also be self-propelled and that is operated at speeds of less than twenty miles per hour.

·Allows a local authority to regulate motorized electric or gas powered bicycles provided they do not enact ordinances requiring registration or licensing.

·Modifies the definition of "neighborhood electric vehicle" to conform to the federal definition to allow six passengers instead of four.

She signed this bill into law May 19th.

Wednesday, June 14, 2006

  • This might kill me too say.
  • myabe a fresh breath of pro choice.
  • We belong to carpentures and skilled lectures.
  • Procured and promised objects inheritance
  • Yes with a devine plan before death
  • Kept by evoliving condtions premeitted on table tops.
  • Rasing the floor creating moore conviction with every drop

Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Homerounds
Deserving lines mixed with red lime cement.
Knowing the parties ties and donations to measure.

Apparent structures kept the storage n secrets.
This unknown collective withers into the press.
Smashing values while anointing moral beast on stages.
These postured temperatures turn the days and nights.
Moving economies provoking a delegation of interest.
Just as before you now discover from the cover.
Observing the flower on the nectar and what devours.

Monday, June 12, 2006

  1. Sometimes there is nothing to say.

Sunday, June 11, 2006

Just remember palm trees are not native to Arizona. Phoenix has 30,000 of these trees they maintain at the taxpayer expense.

These need to be groomed and take in a ton of water.

So when is the great deforestation project taking place?

Friday, June 9, 2006

Thursday, June 8, 2006

  • When this merger took place we lost Bank One Ballpark (BOB)
  • Now we have Chase Field, and B\O is no longer.
  • So much for the Savings and Loan scandel.

I finished my first week of 110 miles in four days using around 60 miles in mass transit. I have only 6 weeks more to go.

On the weekends I get no rest I have 30 miles planned for the bicycle.

Tuesday, June 6, 2006

Note there was a thunder cell which rained really hard at Glendale AZ. I was in front of the cell the whole time I traveled singing riders on the storm. It was fun and scary. I started to loose when I had to head west, but still made it time before the rain started.

Monday, June 5, 2006


a sample day

5 PM (21) Jun 05 105.1 (40.6) 43.0 (6.1) 29.75 (1007) WNW 13

4 PM (20) Jun 05 100.9 (38.3) 41.0 (5.0) 29.78 (1008) W 10

3 PM (19) Jun 05 99.0 (37.2) 42.1 (5.6) 29.81 (1009) WNW 12

2 PM (18) Jun 05 97.0 (36.1) 43.0 (6.1) 29.83 (1010) SSW 8

1 PM (17) Jun 05 95.0 (35.0) 44.1 (6.7) 29.84 (1010) E 6

Noon (16) Jun 05 91.9 (33.3) 45.0 (7.2) 29.84 (1010) Variable 6

11 AM (15) Jun 05 89.1 (31.7) 46.0 (7.8) 29.83 (1010) ENE 6

10 AM (14) Jun 05 86.0 (30.0) 46.9 (8.3) 29.81 (1009) E 8

9 AM (13) Jun 05 84.9 (29.4) 46.9 (8.3) 29.79 (1008) ENE 7

8 AM (12) Jun 05 86.0 (30.0) 46.0 (7.8) 29.76 (1007) SSW 5

7 AM (11) Jun 05 87.1 (30.6) 46.9 (8.3) 29.74 (1007) Calm

6 AM (10) Jun 05 91.0 (32.8) 45.0 (7.2) 29.71 (1006) W 10

5 AM (9) Jun 05 91.9 (33.3) 45.0 (7.2) 29.7 (1005) W 13

4 AM (8) Jun 05 93.9 (34.4) 44.1 (6.7) 29.69 (1005) WNW 14

3 AM (7) Jun 05 95.0 (35.0) 42.1 (5.6) 29.69 (1005) W 10
Oldest 2 AM (6) Jun 05 97.0 (36.1) 39.9 (4.4) 29.68 (1005) WSW 15

Notice the 6 am hour weird for three hours our temp dropped????

Saturday, June 3, 2006

  • another hill. and yes you can MT bike up the bigger hill if you wish.

Friday, June 2, 2006


  • I am taking the trail up that MT.

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