I am not real.
Oh, OK. See, I would never know if it was, for example, something Yalies used to say back then.
LMAO! The smallest I’ve ever heard of is femto-. Best to you!
Generational code? I’m still trying to figure out what “Heewack!” means, and it’s been 50 or more years since I saw it in a strip.
You left out the “nano-” in “second.”
Not that kind of six-pack!
It’s Shavuot! Raise a glass of milk and down that ice cream!
Meh. Call me when the six-pack breaks out.
I don’t know the bike laws in all 50 states, but where I bike cyclists do have the right of road, and signs attest to that effect. That said, I’m not reckless. If that bike path you mention were in rideable condition, I would have used it. Which brings me to another issue: the bike paths in some locations are not maintained properly for bike tires. I suspect DOT thinks the paths can be maintained same as the roads, or that the paths are the roads’ waste receptacles, so when the roads are swept, all the broken glass and other schmutz ends up on the bike paths, where 7/8" tires are in peril because of it.
I’m a cyclist, and I DO stop at stop signs. And red lights. And I ALWAYS signal my turns.
About what? The Velveeta, the ironing of the steaks, or the puppy chow in the contraband electric frying pan?