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Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Bloomberg, congestion pricing, congestion pricing NYC, Komanoff, New York City, NYC taxis, taxi medallions
Cool bike. Too big for me though.
Filed under: maps | Tags: Byron, Byron nuclear plant, Chicago, Exelon, reactor, tritium
Exelon sounds like a really evil cartoon villain c. 1985.
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Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Cannondale, King James, LeBron James, Miami Heat, traffic congestion
“The traffic,” James said to the media after scoring a game-high 35 points in the 97-93 win over the Bulls. “You guys drove here? You guys are crazy.”
James said the trip on his Cannondale, which reads “King James,” took about 40 minutes. He said it’s not the first time he’s used pedal power to get to a game.
LeBron LeBike-commutes! In freaking Miami, FLA. Today’s Most Valuable Commuter Award goes to LeBron James.
Filed under: maps, Uncategorized | Tags: China, Darfur, peak oil, South Sudan, South Sudan oil production, Sudan, Sudan map, Sudan oil production
South Sudan became a thing in 2011. Much dispute. Oil exports now held up, China under pressure.
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Graph from IEA (pdf):
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: frac, frack, fracking, No Fracking Way, protest, Tour Down Under
Now see if I didn’t just describe this here video.
Not too often that we run across something with both fracking and bike content.