Stalls – July ’89

Stalls – July ’89

An Open Letter to the New Jersey Chapter It has recently been brought to my attention that Vic Lucariello is selling copies of articles I have written, for fifty cents apiece. I thought you should know that I will sell you limited editions  of  the  same  articles...
Stalls – June ’89

Stalls – June ’89

METER WARS: The Sequel Readers who consume large quanti­ ties of fish may recall some comments about Grand Street, the locus in quo of New York City’s Meter Wars. I am compelled to report that with the war over, it is Guerillas 10, Meters 0. Nary a meter has...
Stalls – May ’89

Stalls – May ’89

Solid Gold The ’78 R I00/ 7 is nearing 70,000 miles. Its paint looks like the skin of a recent emigree from Florida; its charg­ ing system is a creation of Heirony­ mous, not Robert, Bosch; and its hand­ ling is, well, past its prime. It has experienced so many...
Stalls – April ’89

Stalls – April ’89

Stalking The 2002  After three articles on how great t he 2002 is, you should be lusting after one by now. Assuming you d on’t already have one, t here are a n u mber of ways to get a 2002: You can i n herit one, you ca n steal one, or you can buy one. Of  the ...
Stalls – Dec/Jan ’88

Stalls – Dec/Jan ’88

Passengers Do Use Passenger Cars The slightest hint of sarcasm, an edge of, perhaps, disgust, may have been detected (by readers who know me well) when to topic of passengers using cars has been alluded to in columns past. This is not so much the fault of the...