Re: [carfree_cities] Re: What's in a Name? The Less the Better!--Organic Exercise
>I'd think "ancillary exercise" is the stuff we do because we don'texercise
>enough in daily life. How about "circumstantial exercise"?he:-) circumstantial originally meant 'standing around'...:-) the exercise
you get waiting for a bus! How about 'reluctant''? :-)
Circumstantial is nice because it implies the interaction with your
environment, which is what you're after. Incidental would imply the lack of
Never argue with reality. You will only encourage it.
"Trains of all sizes dominate. Streetcars spin down streets
in a national web of reliable rail. Bikes offer transit for
over ten percent of commuters. Half of all Amsterdam traffic
is two-wheeled, moving on safe lanes that bypass car traffic."
--Jane Holtz Kay, New Colonist January 2003
- These words are too big, and sadly, concomitant will probably send many
scurrying for a dictionary. Seriously, I like the mantra of our local
group here in Chapel hill which is tying urban form to public health:
"Active Living By Design"
On Fri, 7 Mar 2003, Robert J. Matter wrote:
> -Bob Matter
> "Trains of all sizes dominate. Streetcars spin down streets
> in a national web of reliable rail. Bikes offer transit for
> over ten percent of commuters. Half of all Amsterdam traffic
> is two-wheeled, moving on safe lanes that bypass car traffic."
> --Jane Holtz Kay, New Colonist January 2003
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