That's fine if it has to be spent on recreation or even specifically bike lanes. The problem is spending $17 million on 1 mile's worth of bike lane to nothingness, at which point you'll just have to turn around and bike back. It's a novelty at best.
How far could $17 million be better served on bike lanes/features around the city? Even at the high price of $1 million per mile, that's 17 miles worth of better bike lanes on certain roads especially those connecting parks. Granted it could probably be done for way, way less than that per mile, and have many more miles of improved biking.
Talk about a bridge to nowhere. What a waste of money.
I just had a look at their website. As a web developer myself for a large company, this has to be one of the worst websites i've seen since Geocities was in business. It's dreadful and not even cross-browser compliant.
This is going to be an absolute disaster.
This is the funniest article i've ever read on here. I used to Tivo the Knowledge Bowl back in the day. Might have to start doing that again.
You need to list their height/weight/40 times. Maybe throw in their SAT/ACT scores for good measure.
What a politician says and what i politician does are two completely different things.
First let me state, that Obama getting the Nobel Peace Prize is a bit absurd. I mean what has he really done? He had a beer with a cop and a professor. That's about it as far as "accomplishments" go.
....and before you libs start chapping about Bush, yes, he did suck as a President. Probably one of the worst ever. But that doesn't mean the Obama deserved the NPP.
On a side note, why is the Memphis Flyer a moderate-extreme left leaning magazine? How many conservatives does the MF employ vs liberals? It seems like most (if not all) of the editorials are all from the left.
They got the "shitty" part right. That was awful.
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