turquoiseb: > No, it's not mental retardation, although that could be a > factor. It's not walking. > > In this interesting article, a theory is proposed that > living in a town or city that is comfortable to walk around, > and thus encourages walking, creates a vastly different > cognitive mapping through which we see the universe than > does living in a place where you drive everywhere. > So, you can't afford a motor vehicle. Go figure. You going to walk to Paris? What happened to your car that got '40' MPG. LoL! What I can't figure out is why you'd want to live in a big city. Out here, I can walk for miles - don't need no stinkin' sidewalk cafes or art galleries. Don't need no brick shithouse either. LoL!
'The 10 happiest states in the U.S.' http://tinyurl.com/b6ajxm3 > I have > certainly seen the truth of this living in Europe, which > incidentally tends to produce people with more liberal > views, *except* in the burbs where people live distanced > from other people and have to drive wherever they're going. > Interesting theory. > > http://www.thesmartset.com/article/article03151301.aspx >