With SB 170, Senator Al Mansell joins the ranks of "Yesterday's Men". They are the proud few grown fat from the mistakes of the past. Who have made fortunes saddling families with the burdens of multiple cars, strip malls, and traffic jams. These burdens include but are not limited to: Obesity, poverty, mental illness. "Yesterday's Men" are insulated from these burdens. They don't have to live in the neighborhoods they create. They can afford gym memberships (but they don't use them), gas prices and insurance costs don't dent their robust pocketbooks. But the tide is changing. New terms like "public transportation" and "walkable neighborhoods" highlight the failures of "Yesterday's Men" and the growing discontent with the lifestyle they foisted on so many. Which is why they are "Yesterday's Men".