Another meaningless gesture:
Now he takes a Transpo bus to work each day.
"We need to send a message, not only to oil companies, but to the state saying that these taxes are ridiculous on gas," he said.
Not everyone may be ready to take such a stand.
But the Indiana Department of Environmental Management is hoping many Hoosiers will at least consider walking or biking Thursday for Dump the Pump Day.
Even taking mass transit, such as Transpo, can have an impact on your wallet and lessen the strain on the environment, the agency says.
Transpo officials have said it's too early to tell whether ridership is up since gasoline prices have continued to rise lately, topping the $4 per gallon mark.
To really save money or have an impact on the environment, millions of people would have to give up driving for longer periods. A few thousand, or even million, doing it for one day won't do anything. And exactly what do we think all these evil people will do even if they "get the message" we are sending?