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 TWO ROLLFASTS!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 Dutch-styled, disc-brake'd steel 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