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April 22, 2011


But will Strange Up Salem make the buses run on weekends? Not having a motor vehicle is a strange phenomenon in this day and age in the good ol’ USA, but strangely enough, good public transportation is a hallmark of a great city. So, improve Cherriots’ service and increase the strangeness quotient. More people can give up their cars thus becoming strange; those who already don’t have cars can get out more to mix and mingle and share their strange vibes.

(above is cross-posted to Strange Up Salem)

Addendum to my comment on a related post where I said re: strange and the Theory of Everything that, given 4 types of quark (up, down, strange and charmed), “strange” is only 25% of the Theory of Everything: but - you’ve got “Strange Up” so you’re really halfway there.

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