For a "progressive" publication, you don't seem to comprehend the growth rate of the region and the benefits of light rail mass transit - you sound like the rural gerrymanderers who want to put the State back to the 1940's, retard growth completely, have the type of problems that Detroit has, and who, BTW, do NOT contribute their fair share at all to roads, bridges, tunnels and would be happy to see the growing and urban Triangle areas just shrivel and wilt under over-volume, polluting roads. The region will best benefit from, prosper with, and needs multi-modalities for moving the populace and allowing the region to sustainably and successfully grow. The Durham Orange light rail project is an excellent and needed mass transit rail project that should proceed forward now as it is very viable and will immensely help the region.
Focus on fixing the State congress members who are happy to support wealthy and polluting factory pig farmers and Duke Energy to the exclusion of more valid uses of their support.
This sounds great! I do hope the human participants sign liability waivers in favor of the goats - in case a goat inadvertently, or intentionally, kicks or head butts a yogi while said yogi is in downward dog position or what have you, since the goats are involuntary participants in the endeavor! Namaste!
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