Am I the only one? Those titles sound so wonderful don't they? Just makes you feel like you're really accomplishing something, but are we?
HOw important is work to you? What would you do in order to save that privilege?
Going Solo, most Americans drive alone to work, even though most are going (((the same direction and many, the same general location))).
The problems are increased auto accidents, traffic jams, and a serious demand for more of everything; including lanes, cops, fuel…
Though Americans are going through a serious economic and social crisis, which has significantly increased the unemployment level, there’s an increase in the number of Americans driving alone to work. Crazy isn’t it?
So all that public transportation, carpooling, car pool lane stuff, traffic cameras, tolls and other control measures are being used for something totally different. Are we encouraging people to use them, during these critical times or are we waiting for bust?
Many workers can easily do their jobs from home, especially government workers but what’s the holdup? The very organization that’s encouraging Americans to economize is failing to take advantage of their own advice.
Alternative means of transportation like bicycles, motorized bikes… seem out of the question. Americans are dead set and determined to find alternative fuel sources before utilizing alternative means of transportation.
Taking a look at the biking culture makes more sense, safer, less pollution, healthier, saves lots more money and resources being spent on what already is a “failing system”. And surprisingly our cities and communities are far from being biker friendly.
What’s easier, to use what we have or keep looking for the impossible, while draining the system dry? We think it to be more economically sound to use the car than “to sweat”. A way of life that’s arrogant, intolerant and dismissive of anyone who thinks different. A reality check.
(((your inner voice.com)))