I went to Berlin. I loved it. The best part was the scooter that I got the ride. My friend lives in Berlin, and he owns the scooter. It’s pretty amazing. It plugs into a wall. Well, actually, it’s not the scooter that plugs into the wall. It’s the battery. The battery is very small. It’s small enough that you can take it inside, no hassle, think it weighs about 9 kilograms, and you can just plug it into the wall. You only need to do that every 50 kilometers or so, and, when you’re in the city, 50 kilometers is a long time. For most people, people don’t even get to 50 kilometers in their daily routine over three days. So, basically, if you’re a normal person, or if you travel even less than a normal person, you won’t have to take your battery inside more than once every 3 or 4 days. At that point, you just plug it into the wall for 5 hours, and Let It Go. Isn’t that fantastic. Just plugging it into the wall, that’s it. No ifs ands or buts. Nothing else to it. Just plugging it into the wall and waiting 5 hours. Letting it charge while you’re asleep, and waking up, putting it back in, which is very easy to do in low maintenance, and that is the thing. You can oh it all to UNU. UNU makes these bikes, and they do it so that you don’t have to pollute the city that you live in while you explore it. They don’t want you to have to give excess fumes and exhausts to the place that you are calling your home. You don’t have to poison your neighbors, and poison yourself, and poison the environment. Not when you drive one of these things. And that is why I think they are so very cool. Call me a hippie, I call myself a selfless person who is looking for practical Solutions.
New goal: elektroroller kaufen! (buy a scooter!)