middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Outside Magazine featured Joe Miller, and along the way featured the citibike bike angels. Discovery and a toggle on my citibike app made me a bike angel for the first time, and although it’s a moving target I’m tracking to a place on November’s leaderboard. I’ve been asked: what do you ¿Get? and the easiest way for a Duane Reade or Walgreen shopper is to say you get points like Duane Reade Points, but my answer is over simplified. In addition to points having value of something more than zero for citibike users get status. Everywhere and especially in NYC people want to distinguish themselves, so the top prize of 3000 points gives the bike angel a special key fob. Dear kind readers: If you had any sense of the massive effort to accumulate 3000 points, and compared it to the value of a key fob as a point of distinction, then you’d be perplexed. Sincerely, Tom Doody. Here’s the value: someone like me might meet someone with the special key fob, and react with rock-star-fan adulation. That’s what we want; that’s what everyone wants: a point of distinction. OMW2more bike angle points soon. 38th and Eighth Avenue was giving two points to take one of the station’s bikes someplace else. If my map-point-opportunity survey matches the one an hour ago, then I’m on my way to 38th and Eighth Ave with my uber app telling uber I’m ready for a walking route. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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