The casual violence of driving

August 2011
High Country News;8/22/2011, Vol. 43 Issue 14, p24
In this article the author discusses the violence along the way. He relates his experience when try to bicycling to cross other places. He describes what he smelled and found while bicycling along the road. There are damaged roads, dead animals and wastes. He admits that there are many violence along the road, mostly dead animlas like birds, skunks, snakes, dogs and cats.


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