Re: The Website/Blog/Whatever

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Re: The Trips

1. Completed. A walk across America. San Diego, California to Boston, Massachusetts. February 6th – August 25th

A 3,192-mile, on-foot mess.

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2. Completed. Los Angeles, California to San Diego, California. January 19th- February 1st.

A 170-mile walk officially from Santa Clarita, CA to La Jolla, CA that was planned to be completely on foot, but due to the lack of pedestrian-friendly streets, about 25 miles were taken non-foot (not on foot). 145 miles in total were walked.

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Re: The Quotes

If you’re wondering why none of the quotes are attributed to anyone, it’s simply because that process would take a lot of fact-checking, research, and due-diligence to handle correctly. And right now, I don’t have that time. Too many things on the interent are wrongly cited, and I don’t want to promote the free-flow of misinformation.* Plus, George Washington once said, “If you can’t do something right, do nothing at all.”

* All over the internet you’ll find that Gandhi is credited for the now-famous, “I like your Christ, but I do not like your Christians. Your Christians are so unlike your Christ.” Whereas, research has shown no evidence of Gandhi saying such a thing, rather someone named Brada Dada**

** http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Mohandas_Karamchand_Gandhi#Disputed***

*** If linking to a Wikipedia article doesn’t illustrate this point, I don’t know what will