Change for the good

Connecticut Post - - OPINION - The writer is re­search di­rec­tor at the Cen­ter for Con­sumer Free­dom in Washington, D.C.

Nice to see the Con­necti­cut Post ban­ner fly­ing un­en­cum­bered by the likes over the ban­ner boxes that aim to call at­ten­tion to some story or other.

Once more, con­grat­u­la­tions to the makeup artist, and Dan Haar’s photo and name slip to just above the fold.

And, ac­tu­ally, Drew Brees did not pitch his milk bot­tle out the crib, he used his feet as the Y of a sling­shot and his hands to pull the sling back hold­ing the bot­tle, and only then, let go to see it fly out of the bassinet.

Also, as the ed­i­to­rial page ed­i­tor might have no­ticed, the quo­ta­tion of Lao Tzu does not say a bike but “a sin­gle step.”

“A jour­ney of a thou­sand miles be­gins with a sin­gle step.”

So, try walk­ing.

Be­sides, I’d trust a sidewalk be­fore I would a bike lane in most towns and on most high­ways and by­ways.

Ger­ard Coulombe

Fair­field

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