<img width="160" height="120" align="left" src="http://www.baltimorespokes.org/images/articles/20051111212540763_1.jpg" alt="">There are a lot of interesting ideas and thoughts in this video. One of the comments in the video was about how we punish people in this society by confining their movement. Which got me thinking isn't the space inside a car near equivalent to the space in a jail cell?
Cars were once the great enablers of freedom and now they are becoming jail cells in rush hour or at best, modified wheel chairs so the occupants do not have to do more then 5-15 minutes of
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"I have a very busy life, filled with a combination of things I want to do and things I have to do. There is peacefulness in focusing on just one thing, like a mantra or meditation. In these long events, there are stretches of time that can be very relaxing and I feel I am more of a human 'being' and less of a human 'doing.' That is, of course, until it gets that little bit harder and the discomfort takes all the fun out of it."
- Dan McGehee double-century record holder, a 43-year-old optometrist with a wife and three kids, explanation of the attraction of long-distance time trialing
Reduce the stress and expense of driving to work alone - Rideshare!
Baltimore County has released a free publication listing more than 40 local organizations that accept donated, reusable items. The directory features a detailed list of organizations in and around Baltimore County and the reusable materials they accept. In addition, the booklet explains how donated items can be obtained from each organization.
Reusing materials reduces pollution and waste disposal costs. Examples of accepted materials include appliances, bicycles, clothing, electronics, furniture, and pet supplies.