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April 02, 2008

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Trey Hopson

Green iron fist! Good one! There are a few left who are riding a bike to school nowadays. The school admin manages a lot of things, including the maintenance of all the equipment they buy, and the welfare of their students. But if the school's really concerned about the welfare of their students, it's going to be good if they were to promote something like a "green" day, or something. They should promote riding bikes to school, too. Sounds vintage, but it does a lot for the environment.

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