[*BCM*] Reminder: MassBike Day at Petsi Pie, THIS FRIDAY Apr. 28
r.p.levy at gmail.com
Thu Apr 27 17:15:15 EDT 2006
But maybe knowing the location in advance would have helped. Which was my
point, but I forgot to add that in.
On 4/27/06, rob levy <r.p.levy at gmail.com> wrote:
> Last time (I think it was the same person who organized this party, w/r/t
> Time's Up) I think the mass went really fast in the opposite direction up
> Huntington Av instead of to this benefit thing. The reason for that was
> someone in a car being a jerk and then someone responding by chasing him.
> Then the mass or what was left of it (a pretty large group if I remember)
> followed him for no good reason I could see. But that's what happened. The
> person whose name I don't know who goes by the Anarchist Rabbi email tried
> to divert people to the benefit party but it was too late because things
> were already moving in the opposite direction.
> Another observation: Sometimes hardcore bicyclists complain when people
> ride off to the side of the road instead of the middle. Common sense as
> well as the scientific study of perception shows that a *moving/changing*
> stimulus is way more noticeable and visible (the eyes cognitively grab at
> changing things first). This is especially true if the motion constitutes
> new or unexpected visual information. Which vindicates my tendency to
> swerve from the middle to the side in sort of a wavy line. I refuse to be
> invisible! Ha ha.
> On 4/27/06, anna venishnick <anna_venishnick at hotmail.com> wrote:
> > Where is the opera house?
> > >From: "Anarchist Judaism" <atheistrabbi at hotmail.com>
> > >Reply-To: Boston Critical Mass < list at bostoncriticalmass.org>
> > >
> > >I don't wear a helmet, does this mean that I can't get a free scone?
> > >
> > >A friend of mine is throwing a party Friday night at an abandoned opera
> > >house. It would be pretty cool if the Mass were to ride there.
> > >
> > >
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