Be the Marble: “Fill a bucket with baseballs, and there remains room for a lot of marbles in the interstices. When the baseballs see a marble rolling past and get irate they have two options: Accept the marbles, or demand action from the authorities. Both favor us marbles. If they accept us, fine. If they call their legislators and city council persons complaining, a public debate ensues. When that happens, the marbles have a chance for justice. If enough marbles are civilly disobedient, eventually things change in the marbles favor.”2011 LST Use Update - I use the LST only occasionally. "But when I do..." (channeling both the famous Dos Equis beer and MasterCard ads), it's "priceless". For example, last week I was riding back to Duluth from Chicago, which is an eight hour trip. All on interstates. About half-way I slowly came up on a full size older van with a motorcycle on a carrier across the back bumper (like a bicycle, but resting on it's wheels). There were a dozen small stickers on the back windows of this van, and the bike was an old 1970's Moto Morini 3 1/2 (three and a half). As I rolled by alongside, without slowing...our speed differential was probably five mph...the driver gave me a 'thumbs up' sign in his window. Hard-core ol' motorcycle bum. Inside my helmet I smiled and thumbed the Lane Share Tool button -- and presumably he watched the license plate flipped slowly (about 4 seconds) open and a 'mr happy' smiling face was displayed in acknowledgement. The distance between us increased and I continued moving away. A few seconds later the plate moved back into the regular position and I was 'gone'. Big fun.