Campbell Ritchie wrote:Apart from the increased population, for the last fifty years at least there has been a tendency for people to live farther from where they work, requiring much more travelling. Some of that is by their own choice, some forced on them. About 1½ miles from where I live, the council compulsorily bought and demolished several hundred little terraced houses, forcing their occupants to move elsewhere, usually much farther from work.
Campbell Ritchie wrote:
There is a difference between travelling for pleasure or not, and removing all risk from life. As soon as you start taking risks whilst travelling, you are inflicting risks on others, which is doubtless wrong. Any risks taken to get one's adrenaline levels up should be where innocent people and uninvolved third parties are not put at risk.
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