Marx wrote:Queensland is getting full of Victorians & NSWelsh-people who would rather move to a “better” place to live, than make any effort to make it better where they were.
Ultimately, they arrive there full of their baloney & get peeved that it’s not all cheap beer & sunshine, taking it out on others who may do things slightly differently.
bikealong wrote:I love this thread and people arguing who gives way to whom, give way signs, etc, etc. Then bringing road rules into the equation. of course if you don't agree your a troll.
Yet when it comes to an actual red light on a road that a car can collect you, we get the "its safe to go through a red light" attitude. So maybe we just put red lights along the trails , we have pretty much established diminished responsibility in going through them.
bikealong wrote:"Breaking a nonsensical rule (law) that causes no inconvenience or danger to anyone""Non conforming behaviour which has no impact". The incongruity of your statement is confounding.
The bloke that speeds downhill and doesn’t give a damn, is only exercising the same, wrongly assumed, perverted rule of “Might is right”, or,”I can in this case” do what I like.
bikealong wrote:If a car was in the same position and did what You obviously do.
Ritch wrote:Group mentality on this forum? Seems rather unlikely...
No, he doesn't harm the cyclist image. I'm not sure exactly what the cyclist image is - there are a lot of different ways that people ride bikes. Forming some sort of undefined, yet crude all-encompassing stereotype is unhelpful at best and offensive in the main.
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