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Two from Shadow

2021-03-22 18:58:38.838076+00 by Dan Lyke 1 comments

Two from Shadow:

Angry biker teaches pedestrians to not use the bike lane. I'm of two minds on this, one is "oh hell yeah" and "holy shit the amount of cruft blocking the pedestrians on the sidewalk should be criminal", the other is "this sort of entitlement about spaces is what the creation of 'jaywalking' was about".

A Reddit/Despicable Me meme about HTML and CSS that's dead on.

[ related topics: Marketing Bicycling ]

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#Comment Re: Two from Shadow made: 2021-03-23 01:08:18.838312+00 by: TheSHAD0W

Regarding the bicyclist - I saw a couple of times he was riding up on people walking (admittedly slowly) on *crosswalks*. Not just entitled but overly entitled IMO.

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