I’m Doing My Part!

In an effort to warm the winter up, I’m going to deliver a massive carbon footprint next week with numerous plane flights between all of the countries in North America.

Hopefully it will help compensate for my normal deficiency caused by excess cycling.

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12 Responses to I’m Doing My Part!

  1. BobW in NC says:

    Even better…Use the renewable resource wood to heat your home with a “wood boiler!” Seven states are suing the EPA to stop this practice. Too dirty. Unbelievable.


  2. Traitor In Chief says:

    You’re working in Canuckestan? I’ve considered a contract up there, but It would require incorporating in Canada, and to get the Expat exemption, staying out of the US for 330 days or so. The pay is good, but lately they’ve asked for French speakers only.

    I like the idea of getting paid in a currency other than USD though.

  3. Andy Oz says:

    The trees of North America thank you for the extra food, Steven.
    You are definitely on their Christmas card list. They could care less about Greenies.

  4. Tom Harley says:

    you might need to take your skis …

  5. gator69 says:

    Steven, if you really insist on saving the planet by riding a bike, at least have the common sense to ride the right kind of bike to get the job done.

    • tom0mason says:

      Don’t go by plane, ride this bike to Canada and do your bit for the planet.

    • tom0mason says:

      Und if you get to Europe try und see this –

      • I’ve ridden a bike in the 70-80hp range & it was more than enough to get you killed in a second of inattention. The saddest part about these massively overpowered monsters is that there probably won’t be any intact organs left to donate when the rider kills himself.

        • tom0mason says:

          I agree. But that monster and the 48 cylinder Kawasaki were the craziest things I’ve seen (on video). Though I’ve not seen either of them on the road.

        • gator69 says:

          I have a friend who used to ride one of the fastest production bikes ever built. Now he spends his time trying to find a surgeon who can put him back together. He has almost no use of his hands as a result of one too many accidents. Life is too short and too precious for those suicide machines.

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