Bochet Leland 
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Re: “Cycling advocate responds to Tara Servatius' anti-biking column

arty, unless said velodrome will somehow permit people to travel around the city, like a floating cloud city powered by many individuals moving round and round quite quickly, I’m not sure how that solves any problems. That said, I’m 100% behind getting one set up; it’d be awesome to have some track racing down here. Let me know once you get started on the project!

Chucktown-native, I’m glad you’ve been appointed official enforcer of the road! Next time I see you driving you car and you make a lane change without signaling, or roll through a stop sign, or god forbid drive slow in the fast lane; know that when I speed around you, cut you off and aggressively brake check you, “I could care less if you scream and yell…Either abide by the law or suffer the consequences as doled out by the people you piss off.” Mmmm…vigilante justice. A hallmark of an educated man.

Wekq4, forgive me I don’t have the numbers right in front of me, but a large portion of road maintenance and improvements are being paid for by the half percent increase in sales tax. We’re all chipping in to improve our city, you know, kinda the point of a civilized society. I assume you’re talking about the gas tax; should people who drive more efficient cars who are spending less on gas also have less rights to the roads? Those bastards carpooling! Using MY roads for free!

All that said, regardless of the points the articles make, the writing here in Stephanie’s piece is leaps and bounds above the manic drivel that somehow made its way out of Tara’s noggin. Kudos.

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Posted by Bochet Leland on July 10, 2013 at 1:52 PM
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