Thursday, July 13, 2006

The Other Side of the Being Green Coin

by Ken Houghton

The horrors of Tom's bicycling parking should not be taken as the final word on commuting.

My normal drive is less than a mile to the train station, from which point mass transit takes over. But on occasions of appointments--today's semiannual dentist visit--I tend to work in our New Jersey office.

Visiting the dentist may turn out to be a bit more expensive than usual today:

Fortunately, a Good Samaritan left a Post-It on my windshield with the licence plate number of the car, so there is hope. But I don't even get the "month's fuel savings" of Tom, so here--literally--Your Mileage May Vary.

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