Monday, April 16, 2012
Go to an airport, and look at people on the moving walkway,” he says. “I mean, the engineers who built that walkway — it’s meant to speed you up, by walking on it. You’re not meant to just hop on it and go on a slow, sort of moving ride. Americans Do Not Walk The Walk, And That’s A Growing Problem (via npr)

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