Thursday, May 23, 2013
"not" subjected to the elements... : )
I am looking into eBikes. As for December, I know I have thought about that. Luckily, I work from home so I'm subjected to the elements on a daily basis. We'll see how it goes. Thanks for your comments.
Glad you found it useful.
Good tip. Thanks!
While I wasn't involved in your conversation with your Seattle friend, it seems the right answer would have been "taxpayers," unless the free bus was paid by tourist through TOT funds. At any rate, it's pretty common knowledge that public transportation is heavily subsidized by taxpayers, including most of the smaller city airports (think Fresno, Stockton, Bakersfield). So car-less or not, we are all paying for transportation one way or another.
Good for you! I bet you are in good shape and have saved lots of money :)
Thanks for your positive comments and insight, William. I don't take the disgruntled too seriously. From what I have read, they did not read the article closely. Best wishes with ditching your car. I will let you know how life with Zipcar, on foot and on bike goes.
I did maintain my cars. What I wrote is that I am mechanically challenged. Big difference. And i have rescued countless animals throughout the years. One of them just died after 16 years of happy living under my roof. Think I'm doing OK in the pet raising department. Thanks for your comments.
Please also see the sidebar which I forgot to link to the main story:
"How to get around when you are car-less in Sacramento"
Richard Hanson. You're correct. Just like if every person ate healthy and quit smoking, doctors and other health care professionals would nearly go out of business. Or if people quit using drugs and drinking excessively, we'd cut loose at least half of our correctional officers and cops.
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