Archive for category Perceptions

Efficiency Efficacy

With so much talk now of efficient personal transportation, it is an issue that remains on my mind throughout most of the day. Regarding personal transportation, I think most often of cars vs. bicycles. In past posts I’ve praised bicycles for being the most efficient means of transportation as well as the least expensive. However, […]

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Leave ‘em Be

Ahhh, Autumn in New England, the pleasant transition between the hot sticky summer and the bitter biting winter. Put on your sweatshirt because August is over and only the brave continue their barbecues this deep into the calendar year. Burn the last of your Yankee Coconut Bay to make room for Pumpkin Pie. Here, the […]

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Who knows?

No one knows. The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing. -Socrates Its a phenomenon that not many want to admit, and those that do are infinity steps ahead of those who think they know. True, it is a hard thing to admit that you are a tiny globule of experience in something […]

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Hulk is Powered by Big Macs

Super powers are sweet. You’d be hard up trying to find someone to disagree, and if you did find someone, it wouldn’t take long to persuade them in agreeing about how sweet superpowers really are. I’ve had dreams and fantasies about having superpowers, I also have my own super secret superpower desire that maybe I’ll […]

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My Favorite Season is Summer

I would like to share with you, world, a piece that was written by my brother, Mike. Mike has been playing bass for 3 years and is part of a local band in his hometown. For over a year he’s been an active martial artist of Uechi-Ryu Karate, and is on a trajectory for his […]

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City Bicyclode

I want to ride my bicycle! Oh bicycle, you are a beautiful machine. So simple, a highly efficient human powered vehicle with two wheels. You have quite the history don’t you, and how you have matured! We can take you anywhere now; down a snowy mountain, through dingy city alleys, even across the country. Your […]

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Unemployment: share the wealth

For my first post on my first blog, I must pay homage to my fate as of late. For if it weren’t for the credit crisis, enterprise downsizing and the venture capitalists’ sweaty palms tightening around their investments, then I wouldn’t have any time to make this blog happen. Thank you America for making this […]

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