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Posted on June 13 at 9:27 a.m.
Cars are only "basic" for those who need them, and pretending that must apply to everyone is an ignorant excuse to ignore other possibilities. A study on how many bike commuters there are now is irrelevant- we ought to be encouraging more of it, and those who need to drive should welcome that as a way to decrease traffic and increase everyone's quality of life. The Netherlands is a great example to follow on this issue.
On The Wheel Truth Behind Biking to Work
Posted on June 9 at 10:22 p.m.
I attended one of your workshops at Sedgwick and was impressed - hope to meet you again.
On Treebeard’s Photographic Gifts from the Santa Barbara Backcountry
Posted on March 10 at 11:10 p.m.
First, many museum workers believe the myth that flash can degrade pigments. Probably more important though is a general attitude that flash photography disrupts the experience of fellow visitors. I sympathize with this, and therefore with the museum bans, especially in popular museums.
On The Allure of Ancient Rock Art
Posted on March 10 at 8:06 a.m.
Interesting article! It's a common myth that flash photography harms paintings. It doesn't, at least any more than normal light levels. The paintings that have been dated in our area are less than 1000 yrs old, to my knowledge.
Anyone caught defacing rock paintings should be prosecuted. Please report it if you see people with paint or markers in the backcountry.
Posted on January 25 at 8:07 p.m.
Hunting is similar to fishing - 1% of the hunters get 90% of the game. Most likely these guys have no idea what they are doing and are just out there to shoot guns. Seems to be the case for most people out in our backcountry, unfortunately. Obviously these gys were idiots who are out to cause trouble. I feel bad for the dog's owner, this shouldn't have happened.
On Remembering Billy the Dog
Posted on March 4 at 9:41 p.m.
Hopefully the sharks will do us all a favor and eat Tlogue and drberticus. Ignorance and pride are yummy, sharks!
Fortunately the sharks won't mind the sticks and stones.
On The Fear Beneath