If you haven’t met it yet, may I introduce you to an outstanding survivor of my many street battles versus biking accidents?
Meet an old friend: a Bell bicycle helmet, bought nearly 20 years ago at Fry’s along Rosecrans Ave in Hawthorne CA (at $35.95 if I remember right). Originally in steel gray, and later repainted a militant red with Igan’s help. Continue reading “Survivor is the name of this helmet”
If the nation’s circulatory congestion is getting worse and worse, and mini-strokes occur with alarming frequency, it should not be too hard for doctors to agree on what medical intervention is needed–both urgent and long-term ones.
E.g. Public transport and bikes are HDL aka good cholesterol. Have more of them. Private cars are LDL aka bad cholesterol. Get rid of them. Build a robust economy like a healthy diet. Practice good governance like regular exercise. Problem is, this country’s economic managers are not real doctors and nutritionists. They are sales reps of chem food and drug firms.
Still confused? Kaya nagka-hetot-hetot ang trapik, because many of us are still confused. Or in denial about bad cholesterol. # Follow @junverzola