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Mass-transit shame!

Every lane of every north/south street in Bankers Hill was devoted to auto travel or parking. City studies of daily traffic counts showed abundant excess capacity on 4th/5th up to Laurel, so one lane in each direction was converted to a bike lane. Every other lane is still dedicated to autos. I filmed 5th Ave at rush hour and found absolutely no traffic impact: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CEMHrw9RfTI LovesHillcrest (or is it Hillquest?) and their ilk have claimed ownership of our public roads for motorists only. They declare that no space should be provided for the safety of their fellow residents (and road taxpayers) who choose to bike. That's contradictory to the inclusiveness of the neighborhood.
— August 4, 2014 11:42 p.m.

Make My Gay: Protesting In San Diego

mindy, thanks for your support for no on 8, but i wonder why you're allowing this to be posted on the reader website when its publisher, jim holman, was a supporter of prop 8? see: http://www.thestrategycenter.org/noonthesix/pro... jim also did (and does?) not allow gay business advertisements or personals in the reader. meanwhile, your blog post is surrounded by reader ads that provide financial revenue to holman, who has started and funded several anti-abortion choice ballot initiatives. please reconsider your support of the reader via your blog publishing on its site.
— December 19, 2008 10:46 a.m.

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