5 Replies to “are you kidding me?”

  1. I don’t get it. What’s wrong with using your cars less and riding bikes more. It’s the smartest plan I’ve heard thus far. and $1 million in advertising for the project seems very reasonable to me. What’s this guy’s problem? Maybe he doesnt’ know how to ride and is jealous??

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  2. this still gets me fired up. 😡

    We commute by bike most places, and rarely drive around town. Only when we need to head into phoenix. People are always shocked we ride 3 or 4 miles (takes around 15 minutes, driving takes 6 minutes) to church. Often the shocked people live closer than we do.

    I can honestly say we average less than 2 fill ups per month in car. we maybe drove 7000 miles last year. I change the oil not because we hit 5k, but because its been 7 or 8 months.

    so this guy really has no clue, and probably drives a hummer.

  3. Biking is a great alternative to energy, but I think the point was not can we limit our use of resources, but he was saying that was the only answer that the Dems could come up with. Bikes may be a part of the solution, but we also need to look at investing in other avenues of energy generation. It seems to me that the greenpeacers are a little narrow minded when it comes to this problem it’s either all or nothing for them. I have never once heard a GPer to come up with a compromise. Well here is one for you. We invest in new cleaner refineries and promote bikes as an alternate form of transportation. We could reduce out emmissions with new year 2000 technology in the oil refineries and produce more fuel with every barrel of oil procured and we could reduce the need by riding a bike. How’s that hit ya?

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