Some Things Just Don’t Seem To Go Together

In the Springfield News-Leader, they are still lavishing attention on a young professionals report I wrote about for 24th State.

In today’s installment, we have this seeming incongruence:

While York stayed in Springfield and Hopp came back, another Drury grad, Samuel Moore, took his accounting degree to Washington, D.C.

Improved public transportation and the possibility of a more compact, urban lifestyle were part of the draw, said Moore, who is legally blind.

“I bike to work and it’s a 15-minute commute door-to-door,” in Washington, D.C., said Moore, a native of Buffalo, Mo.

Of all the cities in the country that would seem to be legally blind biker friendly, D.C. is at the bottom of the list.