Alex, before I begin, can you put your tinfoil hat in the corner over there, please?
Now that matter is settled. Yes - I'm not a fan of guzzling gas. God knows I've been riding my bike to work in an effort to be a responsible person. I think that Americans need not be car-less, but car-wise. If you live five miles from your work (as 80% of Americans do), there is no need that you hop in your car and drive there. Everyone should have a bike. Our next president should make that a priority - to sponsor legislation that would improve bicycle friendly infrastructures.
A couple people have commented that I should bike tour to Montana. Nothing would make me happier. Now, if you think that convincing April to DRIVE to Montana would be hard, convincing her to BIKE there is going to be like trying to swallow a super-nova. April's idea of "camping" is a motel surrounded by some trees in some kind of proximity to a dirty road. Biking would be my first option, followed by car, followed by airplane. Anyway, everyone knows that the effects of the chemicals added to jet fuel and dispersed in contrails to control the masses is much more severe at high altitudes - that's why traveling business men are like they are - call them the prototype of the cyborg army that will be launched by the Illuminati in the next few years.
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