Bike , Bike5784 , OKC

Bike5784 update for September 17, 2023

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This is the latest installment of my #Bike5784 posts, where I’m posting about my efforts to bike at least 4200 miles (the length of the TransAmerica bike route) in the Jewish year of 5784. Click here to read more about this initiative. Tags: #Ebicycle #Mazeldon #Jewdiverse #BikeJewish #Bicycle  September 17, 2023 Today’s mileage: 19.2 JYTD Mileage: 39.19 Where I am at on my imaginary ride of the TransAmerica Bike route: Near Charles City, VA Summary: My journey today took me from Barnes & Noble (near NW 63rd and May), then northward through Nichols Hills and The Village, then a pitstop at […]

Bike , Bike5784 , OKC , Personal Updates

A biking challenge for the new Jewish year – 5784

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Tags: #RoshHashanah #Bicycle #Ebicycle #Bike5784 #Mazeldon #Jewdiverse #BikeJewish Rosh Hashanah was today. It is one of my favorite holidays, in part because it played such a big role in my family becoming Jewish but also because it start of a new year in the Jewish calendar, which of course, leads to the topic of resolutions. Two years ago (5782) I had a powerful experience of doing my best to avoid driving for a year, trying to do as much of my daily travel by bicycle. I did this partly because I love bicycling, but mostly as a creative way to […]

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A Bicycle Tour of OKC

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I had a blast doing a “tour of OKC” ride on my ebike. A little over 41 miles. Here is a map of the route, followed by some of my photos from the day in the comments. Here are the rest of the pictures from the day: #OKC #Bike #BikeOKC #tourofokc

Capital Punishment , LDS/Mormonism , Louisiana , OKC , Politics , Radio

From the JMBzine vault – Aug. 16, 2001

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This post is from the JMBzine Blog Vault, which means it is a very old blog post that I wrote at a very different time of my life. My views on religion (I’m now a Humanistic Jew), politics (today I’m a democratic socialist), and many other subjects (LGBTQ+ inclusion, abortion rights, etc.) have drastically changed over the years, so please bear this in mind when reading this post. Thursday, August 16, 2001 10:32 pm This is creepy. Editors note (2022): Link to the old demookie forum site is broken (and I can’t find it archived anywhere), but from the URL […]