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wow. someone killed on a bike. gee. never saw that coming...

naturally we should punish the 17 year old (rational chose theory doesnt have any evidence, but hey! who cares!?)...imagine this sends a signal that this type of thing wont be tolerated any more (yawn...and, whoops!: not a shred of evidence for this theory of human conduct...you know, the pavers vs the savers)...and then ignore the structural conditions that created, afforded, and solicited the dangerous situation in the first place.

a $5 jamming device put in every car would make using a cell phone impossible with the engine on. of course, since this country is now clearly an oligarchy run by corporate interests, this will not happen.

why are cycling advocates so dumb?

Dammit. This brings back the "ideal cyclist." Guy was on the sidepath, during the day, on a street with a 25mph limit. He still gets killed. Can't win.

Washcycle: I'm sorry this doofus feels the need to keep posting in such an abusive fashion, even though he really doesn't have anything insightful to say. Don't let it suck the fun out of having the blog.

Give me autonomous vehicles, and let's stop teen drivers (and disabled, enraged, drugged, elderly, etc drivers) from threatening us all.

People who give sports cars to teenagers ought to be institutionalized.

a $5 jamming device put in every car would make using a cell phone impossible with the engine on. of course, since this country is now clearly an oligarchy run by corporate interests, this will not happen.

Potatoe salad BENGHAZI yargle-bargle.

QED.

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