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I don't love bringing brown bag sandwiches every day for lunch, but I admit they are a time-saver and way less hassle than going out every day. I do try to mix up my "sides" (chips, carrots, etc), and have things like soup in the winter and salad in the summer. As much as possible, I eat outside on nice days just to get away from my desk. But yeah, time AND money savings from brown bagging are worth it.
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Note to self: if ever in an accident, always claim that I "didn't see" whatever it was I hit. Apparently a total valid defense. Sigh. I find it troubling that a driver will get charged with something (a ticket, minor traffic offense, whatever) for running a red light "they didn't see," but hitting and killing a human being they didn't see, they won't be charged with anything. Definitely time to change the law.
Well, count me as one of those cyclists anyway. Looking forward to seeing what the new folks can do.
Toggle Commented May 8, 2009 on Update: Dellinger lost at TheWashCycle
Wil, FYI, the George Lucas "Empire" comment seems to have been a joke taken out of context: George Lucas presented publicist-turned-producer Sid Ganis with a lifetime achievement award at the Beverly Hilton event. "It's testament to his skills that ('The Empire Strikes Back') is considered the best 'Star Wars' film, even though it was the worst," Lucas joshed.
Toggle Commented Feb 20, 2007 on beyond the final frontier at WWdN: In Exile
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Wil, FYI, the George Lucas "Empire" comment seems to have been a joke taken out of context: George Lucas presented publicist-turned-producer Sid Ganis with a lifetime achievement award at the Beverly Hilton event. "It's testament to his skills that ('The Empire Strikes Back') is considered the best 'Star Wars' film, even though it was the worst," Lucas joshed.
Toggle Commented Feb 20, 2007 on beyond the final frontier at WWdN: In Exile
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