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Biking past the old city Gamla Stan. No Ice Bar this time, but I roasted myself in a sauna and then directly plunged into  freezing cold water.  Mama Mia...Shipwrecked!


You can dance you can jive, having the time of your life-ABBA
A Bike And A Prayer
The bicycle was the GR8est incident of the nineteenth century; the most influential piece of product design ever and  the most civilized conveyance around. It is not brain surgery, it is rocket science---the advantages of modern self-powered traffic are obvious, and ignored.  Screw BP (British Polluters), I am my own engine, converting calories into gas, my  bike  gets the equivalent of three thousand miles per gallon...and no parking problems. Why waste your  life in friction (cars) when it could be turned into momentum. (Bikes).Burning Carbohydrates instead of  Hydrocarbons today. As long as I am riding a bike, I know I am the luckiest guy in the world.
Don.'t buy upgrades, ride up grades!
SUVLUV is so stone age, so pre September 11th. One seldom exchanges anything but "the finger" or names of insurance companies with another driver.  Cars inhibits human connection. There is an excuse, however, to be made for driving 4x4's. It can be summed up in three words: "This is America."  Make it  big. The love of bigness, whether we are talking houses, breasts, meals or vehicles, the 'magic' of thinking big is as American as apple pie.


The Metal Cowboys-Fooled By Randomness

Think of bicycles as rideable art that can just about save the world. It is anarchy without malice It get you there and more.... And there is always the thin edge of danger to keep you alert and comfortably apprehensive.It is not so much a way of getting somewhere as it is a backdrop  for randomness; it makes every trip  an unorganized tour. Life is too random to be left up to chance.Work to Eat. Eat to Live. Live to Bike. Bike to Work!


 When I ride a bike, I no longer despise the human race. I still must use the rules of the road, of biking, of Einstein's  gravity. But I am mentally far away from "civilization". The world is breaking someone else's heart.

Nothing compares to the simple pleasure of a bike ride.  - John F. Kennedy




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