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Praying at the Pump: God, Deliver Us from Gas Prices

by Joshua Liberles on May 7, 2008

GasPrayer Praying at the Pump: God, Deliver Us from Gas Prices
Will God save America from this fuel crisis? Choir directory Rocky Twyman thinks so. Twyman has been organizing "pray-ins" at gas stations nationwide to ask that the good Lord lower gas prices, which are now at an unholy high of $4 per gallon.

"God is the only one we can turn to at this point," Twyman told the San Francisco Chronicle. "Our leaders don’t seem to be able to do anything about it. The prices keep soaring and soaring."

Apart from praying for lower gas prices, Twyman is also encouraging people to change their habits. "People have to walk more, leave those cars at home, and carpool, man," he said. "We have to become more practical." (To this point, Carectomy gives a resounding Amen.)

Last week, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-San Francisco) asked President Bush to stop filling the strategic oil reserve and summoned the Federal Trade Commission to investigate manipulation of the oil market.

Meanwhile, Twyman wrings his hands, pleading for a miracle.

"God, deliver us from these high gas prices," Twyman said. "That’s all they have to say."

Source: The San Francisco Chronicle.

Photos via flickr by The Kozy Shack and caffeina liquida.

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1 lloyd alter June 13, 2008 at 2:29 am

this was a really tough one. I am in Toronto and write about bike activists all the time, but deciding to just ride onto the onramp of an expressway with no shoulders or alternatives other than falling sixty feet onto another road? I have a family friend who did that in a car and has spent his life, brain damaged, paying for it. This did cyclists no favours.


2 MarkR June 13, 2008 at 12:56 pm

This doesn’t do anything to make cycling appealing to the masses. >:( a critical mass event like this is worthless. I’ve never done and never will do a critical mass because of this type of B.S.

Thanks for nothing, critical massers.


3 Svend June 13, 2008 at 7:43 pm

Thanks for the pics and video, it was a joyful ride to remember.
It was the safest part of the critical mass that evening, the guys up front knew how to stop the traffic and once that happened the entire highway was clear for cyclists.
The police dealt with it well, funneling us off at the Dunn exit. The only problem was one guy who tried to pass their barricade – he was quickly hauled down and I understand why he was fined.
Yet why aren’t cars ticketed for parking in bike lanes as harshly?
Why haven’t there been charges for the driver who doored a cyclist who ended up killed?


4 B.J. June 14, 2008 at 2:57 am

Oh, things like this are hard to judge. From the riders point of view, they’re protesting by not following a stupid law.

In reality though, most people that aren’t riding these are just going to dismiss the event. I think critical massers need to hold public rallies on their message to educate and inform others along with their demonstrations.


5 Gregory Ralich June 16, 2008 at 5:13 am

if bicyclists respect the holistic perspective of transportation reform, they should use this enthusiasm to drive the system in a direction of their choosing.

connect with advocacy groups, donate money.. they are the ones who are planning and developing with the cities’ political and legal systems.

support ALL bicycle events and promotions.

ride like a smart rider

the passion is there but we need a sense of urgency to push above and beyond what we could imagine for transportation reform, we need this


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