That, or a regular bicycle for the trips nearest to home. Some of the more well to do here actually regularly commute by bicylce. One of my high school teachers had a long commute by bicycle everyday. This was back when gas was actually affordable. Nevertheless, not so dumb. If I knew how to bicylcle, I would. I've tried. I can't get it. And, no bike to try it again with anyway.
A moped....well, not an option for me. The gas fumes just going through the apartment to the patio would get to me. No place else to keep such a thing either. A battery powered one might be alright, so long as the battery lasts.
Well I am going out every other day, I heard the other day it will be $6 before too long ...wonder how far it will go before this useless President is out of office ...What I don't get is why tell other countries like Brazil to drill and give them$2 Billion to do the drilling and telling them the US will buy their oil ... yet not let your own country benefit.,from all the huge oil resources we have got here, without wrecking the environment .speaks volumes folks speaks volumes .
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