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Why we ride

women writers on the horses in their lives
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Seal Press , Berkeley, CA
Horses, Women horse owners, Human-animal relation
StatementVerna Dreisbach, editor.
ContributionsDreisbach, Verna, 1968-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsSF301 .W46 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23962584M
ISBN 139781580052665
LC Control Number2009049393
OCLC/WorldCa460054486

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Carroll. With Jim Adams, Ernie Alexander, Kenny Alexander, Jay Allen. The passion of the riders and the soul of their machines/10(). Just like we don't pay to use elevators, this book argues that we shouldn't pay to ride public transit.

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Carroll's feature-length love letter to motorcycle racing is far too earnest to connect with a broader audience. Why We Ride is a compilation of some of his articles about street and dirt riding. I have read nearly all of these previously, but what impressed me about this new book—besides realizing how lousy my memory is—was his extraordinary ability to bring psychological insight to so many diverse topics in an engaging way.4/5(17).

Thanks to Why We Love Dogs, Eat Pigs and Wear Cows by Melanie Joy, Ph.D. (published November, by Conari Press), the way we eat animals now has a name and is exposed to be every bit as much an ideology as vegetarianism.

"Carnism" is the belief system that says it's okay to eat certain animals and not others. Why We Ride Films Press Release: Producer/Director Bryan H. Carroll and Producer James Walker are pleased to announce that Why We Ride is now available for audiences worldwide on digital platforms.

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