Los Angeles is a sprawling metropolis.
People drive everywhere, and people measure
distance in terms of how long it takes to get there by car. There
is very little other way to get around.
A while ago the transit workers went on strike.
While it might be a huge deal in NYC. They were on strike for
about a month, essentially no buses and it's valted subway line
ceased to operate. The pathetic thing. Not too many people noticed.
Traffic was about the same, if not a little bit lighter, with
all the buses not on the roads.
There was an article in USA
Today about how
the suburbs are bad for your health. I can't believe it, this
is USA today, the videots newspaper, with all the graphs and
color, and which won't be too politically incorrect or offensive.
for the blandness of American media. The quote of absurdity
lies in the denziens of suburbia who drive 15 minutes to get
to a park to walk around for 20 minutes then drive 15 minutes
to go back home. And this is the way we're supposted to stay