bob.the.chef at gmail.com
Mon Apr 28 13:29:01 EDT 2008
Everett's statements are much needed. We used to ride in Critical Mass, but
stopped due to all of the anger displayed. It is silly to ask for justice
with such foolish behavior.
The critical mass in Chicago is peace-full and parade-like. It is only proof
that this behavior is not necessary. http://chicagocriticalmass.org/about
This doesn't have to be about takeover and hate, lets just celebrate bikes!
- Michelle and Luke
On Mon, Apr 28, 2008 at 1:03 PM, Andrew Toomajian <andytoomajian at hotmail.com>
> Thanks, Ben - I agree. It is sometimes worthwhile to discuss what we
> think of the ride and the role it plays.
> As someone who has mostly ridden mass in San Francisco, and only once here
> in Boston, and once in New York, I do think (from the little I have seen)
> that this mass rides less gracefully than I would like. I'm not making an
> argument for a strict constructionist adherence to the vehicularist playbook
> at all, but do think people need to learn to play nice.
> And I largely agreed with Everett's original assessment.
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