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To Frank's point, I believe in many areas of America it's good to have a car for wnekeed trips. What I'm against is taking cars to work. And I'm against living 50 miles away from your job. Not only is it wasteful, it's inefficient. Think of all that wasted time in traffic that could have been spent working. Or enjoying life.Also, I would suggest that I've been more places than most people with just my feet, my bike and public transportation. It can be done, if you choose to do it. It's making the choice that's the first step. And once you make it, if you're like me, you never look back.Oh, some would say 'how about going out for a night - what do you do, take your bike?"And my answer is - no, with all the money you save not having a car, call a damn limo. No DUI's either.

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