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3/22/2011
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Like Some Hipster Al Qaeda
New York Magazine (AKA, the magazine you accidentally click on when really want to read the New Yorker online) has a reasonably well-balanced and interesting article about bikes and bike lanes in NYC, that mostly lets the anti-bike lane organizers speak until they hang themselves on their own stupidity.

The article has the dubious achievement of featuring the stupidest thing I've read or seen this week, and that includes the video to "Friday," and the collected quotes of Charlie Sheen. Behold!
 
"According to butterfly theory, according to chaos theory, I am sure that the level of emotional and psychological damage wrought by the bicycle far exceeds the damage done by cars. It is homegrown terrorism. The cumulative effect is equivalent to what happened on 9/11.” -Jack Brown, who used to own a bike shop in the East Village

Look upon his words, ye mighty, and despair, but not for the normal Ozymandias reasons! It is a quote that starts out stupid, and just accumulates stupid as it goes, like some Katamari Damacy of idiocy.






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