ok we popping champagne like we won a championship game.
I don't know how cellphones work in America, but here it's not cellphone rage until you swallow the person's SIM card.
@Titania Yes, and I'll add Bike Snob NYC's FMC's (Frequent Moronic Comments) section, too. One point he makes contradicts you (as does my experience as a Parisian): residents ride bikeshares more than tourists. Because getting a pass for a day or a week is too much hassle for a lot of people, because it's hard to ride when you don't know where the stations, bike lanes and hills are in a city, because most people who own bikes also have a bikeshare card for one-way trips or riding with a friend who doesn't own one.
Also, get a helmet if you want one, or don't if you don't. And don't tell people they must ride with one or without one. The important thing is to ride, which is a whole lot healtier than not riding. End of the helment debate.
Meet the 8 CMS that are enslaving your awesomely liberal grumpy cat macros right now! (SLIDESHOW)
Bike lanes to all airports. The only sensible solution.
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Not by much. Thanks though.
Solution: peel the dang thing and eat it. Man why you even got to do a thing.
I am on my way to becoming an Old, and I get the "I drank too much last night" feel sometimes even though I didn't drink anything (more than 2 beers and a glass of wine), so eff that guy.
AW MAN! HUUUUUUUUUUUUUUGS!