"It bears mention that Moe's & Joe's is itself part of a trendy chain, although it has maintained its slightly shabby ambiance and cluster of red-eyed daytime drinkers."
actually x-ray wouldn't work on tv because it presents a static image of which additional information cannot be gathered
Cyclists have no effect on rush hour traffic. Thin bikes move faster than cars along the side or the center. If you are late to work leave early, make a sacrifice. Cyclists pay for their miles with exhaustion. It is an incredible privilege to drive and feel safe on roads and sheltered from the weather.
Racism is not tautologically overt. Racism can be complicit. Think about it. Atlanta is too divided and the article didn't help. And while there shouldn't be quotas the arts writers should look around their scene and realize it's all white (or all black) and try to experience something outside of that so they can bring it to their readers and then their readers need to live it, which the loaf's readers are good at doing.
no crowd pictures?
As a cyclist safety is always first. Second however, is don't stop. Stopping drains a cyclist's energy and requires them to reestablish their road presence. The laws were not made to take into account the visibility that cycling allows. As long as the cyclist slows down enough to judge the intersection running stop signs and red lights is not dangerous, it may even be less dangerous than otherwise (minimize exposure, maximize speed). In some states cyclists are allowed to run stop signs under certain circumstances. I can't even see anything dangerous about going through the middle of stopped cars as long as you get over when they start moving.
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