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Keep On Running says it all in song, almost

By Christopher Cudworth One must always be wary of how you read–or do not understand–the lyrics of a song, lest you get the message altogether wrong. Recent history (the last 40 years or so) offers up so many examples of … Continue reading

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Runnin’ and ridin’ in a Hillbilly Nation

The popular imagination of America seems to have a preoccupation with the unsophisticated side of life. That is, America is in love with hillbillies. One glance at the mega-hit Here Comes Honey Boo should be enough to convince us all … Continue reading

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Should you be afraid of tarsnakes? Oh, yes. And here’s why…

By Christopher Cudworth Seriously. We tried to warn you. When this blog began in August we introduced you to the danger of tarsnakes, both the literal and allegorical form, that are waiting on the open road to take you down … Continue reading

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The Fixie’s Up: Public Trail + Fixie = Disaster

By Monte Wehrkamp In my community, we have some very nice trails. Note that I do not call them “bike paths.” Cyclists do use them, but these trails are not for bikes exclusively. Riders share these trails with a host … Continue reading

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