The internet has brought porn into every home in the free world, ruined brick and mortar shopping, added to the plethora of misinformation roaming the planet, destroyed our ability to interact with each other in person and enabled people to become addicted to you-tube. The fact that it may be harming bike messangers' jobs doesn't suprise me. I'm not exactly sure why we even keep it around. I have a sneaking suspicion that it is related to the porn though.
This is effing hilarious. I was walking by them when they were taking that picture.
there is a price to be paid for our global pornography network. I think it is worth it.
All monkey no wrench.
2006 Felt F90
2007 IRO Mark V Group Buy
shop owner looks like the drummer for nile
and i wouldn't have a job without the internet
Are you kidding me? I mean yes, that's all true. But do you have any idea how empowering the interweb is to millions of people? Anyone with a computer and a phone line has access to unbelievable amounts of information, a lot of which is actually pretty f***ing useful.
Obviously it can't be stopped, and yes some bad shtuff comes along with it. But honestly you can say the same about any technology. I mean what, there's phone sex. So what, get rid of phones?
Books, CDs, Couriers, yeah they're going to suffer. But it's not like this is someone's fault. Those industries just gotta learn to keep up with the times, bro.
</not about bicycles at all>
And btw I'm not saying "f**k the couriers," I'm just saying there's no point in getting all bitter about it. It's gonna keep happening and dudes gotta deal.
'Portrait painter' used to be a pretty damn good gig.
'Buggy whips' used to sell hundreds of thousands.
the bearded dude is cute.
Ode to the after work nap ( ride your bike instead)
Ode to the nap
The evil, evil nap
But only with good intent
Shortly I will rise
But you do not.
Do not succumb
To the evil, evil nap