THE GRIDLOCKSMITH

THE GRIDLOCKSMITH, traffic safety activist, "Roads Scholar," former "Road Warrior" who lost a brother (aged,15) on the road in 1969, has compiled many observations and ideas about traffic safety after 3 decades of driving for a living. "Are you part of the problem, or part of the solution? Set a safe example in traffic." You, too, can be a gridlocksmith. "Road-Peace is a step toward World Peace." - Earl Shoop

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Looking for what's logical, efficient, kind and fun... Traffic safety became a personal issue when my youngest brother died on the highway. I observed traffic unsafety while driving for a living(30yrs). Spread the word about "Road-Peace" as a step on the road to World Peace. Since those wise and gentle enough to create World Peace will not treat each other as we now do, in traffic, the road is a good place to focus our efforts. see www.road-peace.com www.gridlocksmith.com

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

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(The following is the product of a writer who cares deeply about
traffic safety, and promoting kindness. Can you help?)


We expect folks like AAA and Government agencies to be enormous resources for traffic safety advocacy. Their work is acknowledged and appreciated.

Support and encouragement are needed by Grass Roots Traffic Safety Activists (GRTSAs). Can we each have a special link section for other GRTSAs to show that support and encouragement?

We might also engage in a dialog (Does such a forum exist, somewhere?) to share experiences and resources, as well as keeping each other informed. It is certainly not beyond the realm of possibility that we could get discounted office supplies, as well as other goods and services by shopping jointly. We can also be there for each other for letter writing campaigns or events that need volunteers. The ways in which we can team up are limited only by our imagination.

The value of our creativity, outside-the-box thinking and commitment should not be underestimated, nor under-appreciated. Working together, we can make much progress on the path to "Road Peace," a step on the road to "World Peace."

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