Think Outside The Box Folks. . .


Monday, October 26, 2009

Mayoral Candidate Del Sol

Mayoral Candidate Del Sol

LAKE WORTH-  Javier Del Sol has seen it all when it comes to living in Lake Worth and has decided to run for Mayor.  Del Sol’s often wears a tee-shirt with the phrase Live Simply So Others May Simply Live and has fashioned his political platform around the Wise and Equitable Use of Land and Resources. He encourages people to think outside the box when it comes to finding solutions.

Faced with a lack of transportation from downtown Lake Worth to the beach, he thought long and hard about how to do it in a sustainable manner.  Del Sol said, “It occurred to me one day when I was riding my bike,  why not use Pedicabs?”  But he had one problem, who to get to pedal the cabs to and from the beach?  “Suddenly it hit me like a ton of tofu, we have a large surplus of  real estate investors. Why not get them to operate the new Pedicabs”?

Trial runs of the new Pedicabs have been taking place downtown and Del Sol said that other than a few pairs of Bruno Magli shoes falling apart it looks very promising.

Mayoral Cadidate Javier Del Sol and supporters take a test ride in a Pedicab powered by former real estate investor James Covington.

Mayoral candidate Javier Del Sol and supporters take a test ride in a Pedicab powered by former real estate investor James Covington.

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2 Comments on “Think Outside The Box Folks. . .”

  1. Karri Says:

    Darn, I just gave away my Bruno Magli’s. The heels kept on breaking off on the construction sites.

  2. Wes Blackman Says:

    Oh the cramps, oh the cramps!


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