Thursday, October 25, 2007

Clif Bar 2-Mile Challenge

Always on the search for new ideas and signs of progress, Howard came across this goofy presentation of a very good idea:

If Howard posts this, is there any way he could get free Clif Bars? Probably not since he's already done it for free...


Blogger Kin said...

One Wal-Mart, two convenience stores, several car dealerships, some banks (not mine), three schools (I already graduated), and a golf course (I am not a memeber there). That is all that is within two miles of my house. BUT, there is a nice coffee shop THREE miles away and it is worth the bike ride to get to. :) On weekends I ride to one of two swimming pools, both are only 5 miles away.

10:45 PM, October 25, 2007  
Blogger HRlaughed said...

Our cities, or rather I should say our suburbs have been designed on the implicit assumption that everyone living there has a car... or rather I should say as many cars as working occupants in the home. Living In America is about to become more difficult, challenging, and expensive as our ever-decreasing supply of gas dwindles. Supply and Demand ain't just a test question in college Econ class. People living in suburbs will have to reevaluate and revise their living choices... or pony up the extra dough. It might take a few months, a few years, or a decade, but stuff's gonna change -- drastically -- and lots of people are gonna be... inconvenienced. Today's bicyclists have a tremendous head-start.

11:20 AM, October 30, 2007  

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