Re: [messengers] A Tale of Two Bike Rides

Date: 3 Feb 2012 16:35:50 +0100
From: Corey W Hilliard <coreythecourier@xxxxxxxxx>


Talking to reporters about bike messengers is like talking to the police. Whatever you say will always be taken out of context and used against you.

Corey the Courier

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On Feb 3, 2012, at 10:16 AM, Shawn bega Blumenfeld <shawnbega@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> i did not nor would i ever say "crack" messenger. his word not mine.
> if that had been within the quotes id be even more pissed about his
> use of the term.
> 
> nor did he mention my exceptional podium position from the night
> before in richmond.
> 
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> On Thu, Feb 2, 2012 at 4:18 PM, Joe Hendry <messvilleto@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> A Tale of Two Bike Rides
>> Riding to promote bike safety by day, riding to be badass by
>> night
>> 
>>  By Kevin Charles
>> Redmon
>> 
>> Washington City Paper,  February 3, 2012
>> 
>> “In the mid-nineties, there was competition for real money.” A crack messenger
>> might have made $1,000 a week. “Now, I gotta guess they’re pulling in $500,
>> tops.”
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