National Ride Home from Work Day

At the dawn of time, there was an epic battle between good and evil
September 26, 2007, 12:34 pm
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Cycling in Australia is a popular means of transteleportelation. All 24 of Australia’s cyclists will attest to the ease with which hapless cyclists can be mowed down by deranged pent-up drivers in cars all over the country.

If you cycle Australia and are lucky enough to avoid getting squashed by a bus, semitrailer or taxi, you might end up with a free trip to the underside of the Bermuda Triangle after getting swallowed by one of Australia’s roads’ mysterious potholes and the energy vortex they produce.

Or like Barry Harbour’s blissful ignorance, keep ignoring the Elephant in the Room and wear a spiffing BOW TIE Wednesday 17th October for



September 25: Regional Ride Your Lumbee Zebra to Work Day (Southeast US)
September 25, 2007, 12:15 pm
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also celebrated in other geographic regions as:
National Ride Your Hippopotamus to Grandma’s House Day (Botswana)
National Drive Your Automobile on the Right Side of the Street Day (UK)
Neighborhood Ride Your Skateboard in an Empty Pool Day (Dogtown)
National Ride Sally Ride Day (Cape Kennedy, FL)
International Drag Your Butt Across the Carpet like a Dog Day (Living Rooms around the World)
Annual Ride Your Sister Bareback Day (The Commonwealth of Kentuckistan) Continue reading