Buses are third world stop gaps. They suck.
They are pain to get in and out of, they lurch about, they’re loud and bouncy, and driven by idiots.
And this morning they like to bully cyclists with kiddie seats into the gutter…
More XC style exploring around Meehan on the Trance. Some very good trails out the back - Elevator is an appropriately named climbing trail.
Mildly surprised I survived that after the morning spent wheelbarrowing half a ton of mulch up the massive slope that is my backyard!
Yeah I’ll buy electric when I need a new one. This is still the Aldi 4 stroke job, only bought for shits and giggles and it’s turned to be actually not shit. Will use it until it dies. The original chain was trash though, it’s got a husky one on it now.
I’d abused the chain on my chainsaw a bit much on roots and let it go waaay too blunt, and I couldn’t be arsed sitting there with the file taking off that much metal, so gave the chain to the mower shop to have the teeth ground back.
He put a different angle on one side to the other...
Lachlan Murdoch is going to make his old man look like a lefty. Buckle up folks.
It also brings up when and why companies do voluntary offsets. In a policy setting where you have an effective and economy wide mechanism (cough carbon pricing mechanism cough...) there really isn't much call for it - everyone is demonstrably doing their bit.
But over the last decade of course...
There are a bunch of organisations involved in “accreditation” of them. In Australia the main one is the Clean Energy Regulator and all I’ll say about that is that Australian credits are much higher quality than international ones.
The whole idea is not without merit, but there is a fair bit of...