I find it totally natural that people who post on the Living Car Free forum encourage people, including themselves, to live without a car (duh). I don't think you'd have any problem if I went on the Commuting forum and said I'd like more and more people to try commuting by bike, because this, that, whatever. I don't see the Living Car Free forum any differently.
The value of your life doesn't change based on the way you travel. - Dawn Schellenberg (SDOT)
It ISN'T a bike issue. It's more like the car version of the Walmart checker closing just before you get there.
Smile at Miles with a ROLLFAST!Originally Posted by 10 Wheels
Because the US is so large and communities so spread out, cars will always make the most sense to the large majority of the population. I doubt that will ever change in our lifetimes.
2011 Felt Z85 105 | Ultegra | KMC | Selle Italia | Vuelta | Topeak
2006 Marin Pine Mountain custom build Utility hauler
Since this is the thread for the usual suspects to rant about evil doing motorists and their bad habits:
A recent Supreme Court decision will make it difficult to implement some of our ranting comrades' desire for the police to confiscate and read every motorists' cell phone after every accident/incident in order to get the goods on the alleged evil doers.
Supreme Court: Warrants needed for cellphone searches after arrests - The Washington Post