What did I do this weekend? Bike. 38 miles on Saturday and 48 on Sunday. I guess it's supposed to make me feel better, but I can't help but wonder if the soreness in my inner thigh is somehow lengthening my life, and what sort of life is it if it is accompanied by inner thigh soreness.
MONROE TOWNSHIP - Township officials are hoping the installation of cameras at busy intersections in town will help reduce traffic violations and increase safety. The plan is part of a statewide pilot program, which was authorized early this year after the legislature made it legal for towns to snap photos of disobedient drivers and then send them tickets in the mail.
I'm hoping this includes people on cell phones. Although, I suppose this is the old "camel with his nose under the tent" analogy. Once he gets his nose under the tent, it isn't long before the whole camel is in the tent with you. How long before they are using GPS systems to ticket speeders? You're sitting at home opening your mail and you receive a notice saying a week ago, you were doing "60 in a 45." How are you going to fight that? Maybe that is the system's prime selling point?
Most people I know who don't have the EZ-Pass say that it's why they don't. It's hard to argue.
Pick a point - say, an entrance to a turnpike or other toll road. Time stamp it and pick another point where the driver exits and pays their toll. Do some rudimentary math and figure that it's impossible to travel 80 miles in less than an hour without breaking the speed limit.
Stamp a violation notice and put it in the mail. You don't even have to pay a cop.