More LVRT Foolishness


I’m not sure why people feel the need to preach to bicyclists on the trail, but they do.

All have sinned and blah blah
For all have sinned and come short of the glory of God.

I’m no theologian, but I was always under the impression that this little piece of biblical wisdom was meant to inspire humility. Like, “don’t be so high and mighty, we’re all fuck-ups in God’s eyes.”

Instead, this line is always delivered with mounds of fire and brimestone, and seems meant to inspire shame and guilt. “You are a fuck up, but look at how righteous I am, with my sign preaching to bicyclers on the rail trail!”

In any event, after I snapped this pic, I pedaled my ass away from there post haste. People like these have been burning people like me at the stake for a long time, and I wasn’t taking any chances.

I made a video (8.6 MB) of my harrowing escape. I was using Brandi’s camera yesterday, so this one even has audio.

2 thoughts on “More LVRT Foolishness

  1. I didn’t have it attached to my helmet. I was just riding one-handed and holding the camera in the other.

    It would be pretty cool to have a helmet-mounted video camera, but the ones I see online are too expensive.

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