EcoGeek is proud to present the second project of EcoGeek.org. That's right, we're working on some other blogs, and the first, Carectomy.com, is officially up and running.
It might surprise you to know that the majority of adult americans have a sizeable growth frequently attached to their ass. This growth is the cause of a great deal of personal pain and plight. It is the leading cause of death in American youth, and a leading contributor to the obesity epidemic. It costs the average family more than $7000 a year to manage, more than three times what is spent on all other health care.
Luckily, the operation necessary to remove this growth is inexpensive and painless, it's called a carectomy...and it's all we blog about here.
We've become far too dependent on cars in our society, and I'm happy to be one of the many folks who is undergoing a voluntary, partial carectomy right now. There's no wiser decision for your health, your pocketbook and your planet.
But that's not to say that it's an easy change to make. In fact, it can be annoying...or even impossible. But Carectomy.com hopes to be a guide for people who want to begin the process. It's something that a lot of people are going to have to do. So, instead of launching another green car blog, EcoGeek is happy to launch the world's first No Car Blog.
Josh Liberles, who is running the blog, is a long-time biking advocate and writer in New Mexico, and we're lucky to have him on the team.
Check out a few of these posts to see if you like what's going on at Carectomy.
- World Car Free Day Synopsis
- Free Mass Transit Improves Efficiency
- Jalopnik Can't See Past It's Windshield
- San Francisco's New Billion Dollar Transit Terminal
- The Sound of One Foot Walking: Budhism and Carectomies
written by MTW-Office, October 09, 2007
written by Mark, October 09, 2007
written by Team Wicanders, October 09, 2007
written by louise Rouse, October 14, 2007
written by Auto Parts Car Parts, December 13, 2007
written by Propecia, September 08, 2008
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