This is just more of the typical government PR to justify their existence. We all know that the activities in the canyons surrounding LA have been going for many years, and so do they. Just as we have seen with the frequently advertised speeding "crack downs" on various sections of Kalifornia freeways, this too will pass. The government minions at the CHP will direct their troops elsewhere to garner revenue, as soon as the public quits paying attention to this weeks cause du jour. VWW
On a completely unrelated note, am I the only one who keeps getting "funny feelings" in my pants whenever the brunette in the Levitra commercial or the Overstock.com chick come on TV? This trend toward women "in their prime" seemingly squirming to tear their clothes off and go for a baloney pony ride is making me trip and break things around the house. I guess if you're Buz, you just get used to this sort of thing, but its kinda weirding me out.
"Cleaning up" the gene pool is what people don't wanna deal with... I'm all for Darwin's theory playing itself out, but when squids go down and "society" needs to break out the spatula to scrape the remains off the road, it costs "our community." So, people like hearing about the po-lice stopping it before it happens.
And yet, our society doesn't want a race track built within 200 miles of their property either. Ironic.
Yeah, but "our community" doesn't really give a damn, does it? Sell bikes, sell magazines, sell accessories, whatever. I read an ad in the British mag "Bike" for back protectors that claimed every week 2 bikers winds up in a wheelchair. That's a horrible statistic if true and should have someone in the UK mounting some kind of safety campaign.
The truth of the matter is the sport bikes of today are insanely overpowered and beyond the capabilites of most riders. Yet the mags cry for more power, and complain bitterly if there is only a small increase in power from the previous model oblivious to the impossibility of ever increasing HP the situation in MotoGP today not withstanding.