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A Cyclist’s Defense of Car Lanes

July 21, 2011


I am not a driver. I have a license, and I occasionally drive the family car when I’m staying at home, but the personal automobile is not my preferred way to get around. I find it frustrating and stressful. Driving means taking my life into my hands as I control a one ton machine while it hurtles […]

One Year Later

June 28, 2011


I tried to write a post on the G20 anniversary yesterday, where I made a carefully constructed argument about the necessity to remember what happened a year ago in downtown Toronto or some other thing. It didn’t work. I found myself somewhat paralyzed as I tried to type it. For the first time in several […]

War on the Car? Hardly.

December 3, 2010


I haven’t posted in about a month because I’ve been busy with a few other truly terrible things. I grew a truly terrible moustache for Movember, but strictly speaking that did not affect my ability to write this blog. More relevantly, I successfully completed National Novel Writing Month by writing 52,251 words of truly terrible […]