Issue Date: Jun 30, 2006
hell, I'd like to walk to work everyday. Save money and earn a few carbon credits. But just check out how the municipal authorities and old habits let me do it. From home to office is just five kilometres, but there's the heat. So you need the airconditioned comfort of the car. And, of course, the prospect of being gored by an errant bull is not particularly inviting. Other hazards are ubiquitous.
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