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3.190 Car sharing and car pools: Use the blue ribbon on December 12 for 90 days
Just do it. I commend the effort made by the Sovereign tribes of America in relation to car pools. I direct the same system be instigated everywhere. Follow the links on www.12-12-12.org/3.190. Obviously be careful who you get into the car with. Follow common sense guidelines.
On December 12 2003 for a period of 90 days only anyone wishing to offer their vehicle as a regular pool car should place a large blue ribbon to the left of the vehicle and its destination clearly marked at the back. Never pick someone up or allow yourself to be picked up that day, but make a note at home of the registration, make of car and description of driver or passenger. Long-haired bikers wearing ribbons are not to be confused with those offering transportation. Ensure local laws such as insurance allow car sharing.
Spend your savings made on something nice for the family with the knowledge that you've helped minimise pollution.
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