Melissa, you have overlooked one overarching point of fact. CYCLISTS RULE. In fact Westinghouse would love to lean on your car anytime, and I'm sure you keep up quite a pace at that. If I were to see you while I was approaching an intersection, I would have a hard time keeping my mind on traffic too. I'd definitely want to stop and lean. I'd even offer you a ride on the handlebars. Besides being a strikingly good looking woman who is frustrated with the world of mechanized rapid transportation, what else can you tell me about yourself? Have you ever tried long-distance bicycle touring? If I make it out of the Middle East alive, I would like to introduce you to a transcontinental bicycling tour, Westinghouse style. It'll make you tough, less susceptible to the every-day stresses and frustrations of the sedentary life, and maybe you would like me after it is done. Are you married?