The first innovative bicycle path in the Netherlands will be paved with light stones that will charge during the day and emit light during the evening. The path will run by the home that Vincent van Gogh lived in from 1883-5.
Okay, so maybe I never got my Sex and the City brunch, and maybe I never got to share the fact that I now know four different sexual positions, one of which involves a chair.
But maybe a good relationship is more than that, anyway. All this talk of Great-Escaping and Pokemons got me thinking: Is accepting who you are the secret to getting what you want? Do men and women really see the world so differently? Or can we agree that we’re all just monkeys with suitcases trying to seem like people? Can we get everything we need from one person? Or is that what friends are for? To be the allied POWs and whimsical Japanese mini-creatures that help us get through life?
I guess what I’m saying is, I need to modify my Zappos order so please email me back at your earliest convenience.
The transgender pride flag is raised for the first time in San Francisco’s Castro neighborhood to mark International Transgender Day of Remembrance on November 20.
For About $20, Cardboard Bicycle Could ‘Change The World,’ Inventor Says
An Israeli inventor has come up with a way to make a bicycle almost entirely out of cardboard — and so inexpensively that he thinks retailers would only need to charge about $20 for one. The inventor, Izhar Gafni, believes the bike could be a boon to the world’s most traffic-congested cities and help people in remote parts of the Third World get from place to place. He’s reached a deal to start mass production in a few months, Gafni tells Reuters. Full story at NPR.
is the phrase “leaf peeping” a real thing?
I never heard it used in Michigan, and we’ve got some spectacular leaf displays.
it sort of sounds dirty to me.