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Roller skating, skateboarding and more for Lismore

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I am looking for Jesus… well at least those of you who resonate with the idea of taking on some risk for the sake of our children and many future generations.

Can you find the bravery to learn to ride a solar-charged electric motor scooter on beautiful sunny days?

I am looking for a few brave souls willing to form a non-profit group (bikie gang?). We will place batteries at swap spots around the region. We will be freed from the tyranny of fossil fuels and will be able to travel in everlasting peace with our planet. We will create solar-heaven on Earth right now. Through our actions the multitudes will be saved from the black hot hell of carbon.

Call me on 0407 213 267. Let’s create a beautiful future together.

Sapoty Brook, Mullumbimby

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