"Dang! I don't like it when bikes get on the sidewalk thinking that hey own it. I at times get on it but let pedestrians have the full right away. And most times, I just walk the bike on the sidewalk.
As for this person, I would have said…"
"Well, it took longer than I ever thought. I had to have surgery on my ankle and took 2 months off work. I was released from the "boot" (my constant companion since late January) yesterday. Today at physical therapy I will be put on a…"
"I have a friend with epilepsy who's told me a LOT about this. Laws vary a LOT by state. In Arizona, a person has to be seizure free for 3+ months to be able to drive. In Oregon, it's 2 years or more with documentation from a…"
"I slipped on the ice yesterday morning and did a number on my right ankle; I'm in an air splint for several days and can't get to work.
The ironic thing is that I was a few steps from my garage, where I was heading to get my bicycle to…"
"That's not universal at all. I know at least one person with a seizure disorder who has given me a ride on many occasions. And even if they were (which they are not), they would still be on bicycles. "
I haven't gotten a call, or email yet either. I'm indifferent. If they contact me I'll go help out. If not, I'll make this (foodproof.com/photos/full/bacon-cheese-roll-1290) and watch a bunch of football.
The size of a large bike ride can be used to cover direct action. Or we could circle around a station for hours keeping any financial transaction from happening. I don't really want to get into the details of anything online so find me at a ride.