Newsgroups: rec.arts.tv, rec.arts.sf.tv
From: Ed Stasiak <estas...@att.net>
Date: Thu, 11 Oct 2012 12:17:39 -0700 (PDT)
Local: Thurs, Oct 11 2012 3:17 pm
Subject: Re: "Revolution" to explain blackout before end of season
> cloud dreamer11 million new bicycles (20" wheels or larger, 15.7 million total)
> > Ed Stasiak
> > But still nothing about bicycles.
> Well, so few Americans use bicycles today, I imagine there was
were sold last year, 13.5 million the year before, 10.2 million the
year before that;
There is no shortage of bicycles in the U.S., especially considering
> Without an industry that continues to produce them, bicycles wouldThere would be plenty of spare parts laying around and as bikes
> soon become more trouble than they're worth.
would be worth their weight in gold, after 15 years, new bikes and
spare parts would be in production.
> If someone is riding a bike in 2027, I want to see it with someCut strips off the bazillions of car tires and screw them to the
> makeshift rubber tires.
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