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Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Trouble in Paradise

And the bike-friendliest multi-modal mecca in America is... not Portland!

Throw another 30 bucks on your water bill. The Sam-Rand twins will not be denied.

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In related news, Portland surpassed a number of other cities today in a ranking of "angriest and most entitled local cycling community."

Garage Wine, good call. I suggest that everyone mail the mayor flashlights: he's got his head so far up his *** that he's a walking Klein bottle, and he'll need to see where he's going.

Of course, I have to wonder why he's suddenly now worrying about fiscal responsibility. Could it be that someone's suggesting spending city funds on something other than stupid hipster projects?

TTR - like maybe some real infrastructure repairs - roads, bridges, real pipe in the ground?

And, like his cousin, Father Ted, why didn't they state this two years ago when everyone else could see the economy grinding to a halt?

I think Bicycling magazine just got tired of giving the award to Portland every year. Minneapolis is a nice place a couple months of the year, but the article cites its 120 miles of bike lanes, which is about a third of what we have here.

Awwwwww, don't cry, hon. Maybe you'll be Number 1 again next year. Here's a nice energy bar.

What the? Stop me from hurling myself and my bike off the Hawthorne Bridge.

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