"Car drivers" (whatever that actually means) should welcome more cyclists as every cycle is one car less, so they can dash off to their next traffic jam all the quicker.
Done ("and you 'ave been"). Always happy to help as I enjoy your informed and useful views on the world. Happy to move to a regularised (is that a word?) set up with payments to see PA.
Excellent piece of journalism, gave a good insight into a very important story. It's a
pity he doesn't work for TV3; we would have been spared their top story at 6 last night which involved Valerie Adams selling her latest book for five minutes.
Until yer average voter looses their government and media maintained fear of "drugs"; and politicians realise that, as butch as it sounds, you can't win a "War on Drugs" any more than you can poke fear in the eye there will be no progress out of this surreal situation.
Alcohol, it goes without saying, is the nastiest of all poisons we choose to use and yet people don't see it as a drug, nor as the massive problem it is.
And the main issue is why do humans want to get out of their trees, and what does this say about us, and how, if we agree we just gotta do it, can we do it as safely as possible?
I no longer take any drugs, bar coffee (hey, I live in Wellington, I believe it's illegal not to here), but I see nothing wrong in others so doing, unless they try driving or hitting each other (or me). I do object to my tax money being spent on nicking people for getting high, as shown on that superbly silly programme "Drugs Bust'.
Well worth the money, amazed you never asked before...