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Ambierce Brose: This is an opinion piece written by an Express reader.
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@Faith: It's possible that the hospital cafeteria is not completely informed about the diet and cross-contamination issues. For example, they could be feeding you something that's technically gluten-free but because of packaging, processing, or preparation is tainted with gluten -- like grits or oatmeal. Other suspect items include salad dressings, soups, and sauces.
Partially right: It wasn't 2003; the crowd-control policy was implemented in 2004. The story has been corrected.
It works now.
Thanks, everyone, for your suggestions, comments, offers, etc. I have done what many of you have suggested before -- gotten any old bike and rode it for a while, until I stopped because I really didn't like riding it. Hence, my search for a bike I actually *want* to ride. (And yes, aesthetics are involved -- yikes!) I may be going the custom-build route, as I've discovered that may be an affordable option, to get just the bike I want. (Unfortunately, it will not be in time for Bike to Work Day. :-() Will keep you posted!
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