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  1. goodlun is online now
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    **** it I think the only person who should be allowed to drive is me
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    If you're saying we should limit the amount teenagers are allowed to drive to reduce their accident rates, I can agree with that.
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    Oh sure it starts with some well intentioned laws to protect the public then before you know it they're making laws to regulate how much broccoli you can have in your system.

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    Ah city life. Thank you buses and trains for keeping me from driving under the influence (that and poverty/common sense).
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobyclumsyninja View Post
    Ah city life. Thank you buses and trains for keeping me from driving under the influence (that and poverty/common sense).
    Public transportation is one of the things I truly miss about living in the city. Even with buses and trains available, I saw so many people leaving bars & restaurants only to get behind the wheel of an automobile. It all comes down to personal responsibility; people owing it to themselves and their families to make the right choices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by money View Post
    If you're saying we should limit the amount teenagers are allowed to drive to reduce their accident rates, I can agree with that.
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    No, no, no. I'm saying that abortion should be legal, socially accepted, and encouraged, but that the choice must be made on the fetus' 18th birthday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slamdunc View Post
    Public transportation is one of the things I truly miss about living in the city. Even with buses and trains available, I saw so many people leaving bars & restaurants only to get behind the wheel of an automobile. It all comes down to personal responsibility; people owing it to themselves and their families to make the right choices.
    Too many cavalier attitudes. I've walked several miles, on several occasions, to avoid riding with someone who insisted on doing so in such an inebriated state, or seemed borderline.

    I have no wish to die in a traffic accident, or increase the odds. A hefty percentage of my heroes, died in transit.
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    A few weeks ago, I spent a week in Portland, and one day a gang of six of us did a pub crawl on bicycles. I believe we stopped to drink at six different bars. I think people who drink should just do that, because it kinda has a built in sobriety test- if you can't balance on two wheels, you're too drunk to be going anywhere, and if you do roll into something it won't have the speed and mass of a car at least. And maybe hipsters and hippies will think you're cool.
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    And it would make for tons of hilarious YouTube videos.
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    And the surrounding cars don't have to listen to Night Ranger blaring out the open windows.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Permalost View Post
    A few weeks ago, I spent a week in Portland, and one day a gang of six of us did a pub crawl on bicycles. I believe we stopped to drink at six different bars. I think people who drink should just do that, because it kinda has a built in sobriety test- if you can't balance on two wheels, you're too drunk to be going anywhere, and if you do roll into something it won't have the speed and mass of a car at least. And maybe hipsters and hippies will think you're cool.
    In the UK cycling whilst over the limit is treated, by the law, the same as drink driving i.e you can be arrested, lose your driving licence and go to prison. I would suspect it is also in several US states.
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