I’m sorry you read it that way. I think you might have misunderstood my point. While I was trying to say that there is actually a really extensive and complicate web of transit options in the LA Area (the point about Transit), I was also trying to say that people should get over their privileged position demonstrated by the car bias of a lot of people in the city. That’s why I said, in the Privilege section, that you could only say that Nobody Walks/Takes Transit if you think that only people with the means to buy and operate a car are people. That sounds like the situation you’re describing. In regards to my own car ownership, I have been fortunate to typically have a car available to me. Until I was 24, I would drive my mother to work in her car so I could use it to go to work when I was doing contract work, and my wife and I do own a car now. When I went to more permanent work, I use to base my live and work locations around maximizing my own transit, but I lived in North Hollywood near the transit hub and worked downtown, which made it very easy. We later moved to Echo Park and I would walk Downtown and use the 2 or 4 bus on Sunset. I consider myself a transit activist, though I’ve not gone as far as to join the Bus Rider’s Union. Anyway, sorry you took offence.