Started by Bad Raven, February 20, 2017, 21:21:49 pm
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Quote from: kinverflyer on March 11, 2017, 08:33:34 amThe fact of the matter is there some right idiots from all walks of life, it just seems most of them tend to wear Lycra at the weekends.
Quote from: FrankS on March 12, 2017, 16:16:11 pmJust been for a walk in a local town, outside a restaurant a taxi was parked half on the pavement (it was a narrow street), but he hadn't left enough room for anybody with a pram to get by on the pavement, so they had to go round him on the road slowing down the traffic, Mums and prams eh
Quote from: itsme on March 12, 2017, 18:45:16 pmwe have a new italian restaurant opened up- right on a blind bend with a junction. Taxis at night are now pulling up and putting their hazards on while people are finishing drinks, paying bills etc. No room to walk past, you have to step on to the road, and even cars are turning completely blind, hoping there is nothing coming...
Quote from: Michael_Rolls on March 12, 2017, 22:28:52 pmComplain to the police?Mike
Quote from: itsme on March 09, 2017, 12:43:11 pmBack to lights- got one last night that made me bloomin angry. He had one of those high power strobes and had it set deliberately to shine in motorists eyes. It has to be illegal.
Quote from: keithl on March 13, 2017, 11:03:54 amOn my daily commute, I cycle about 1.5 miles at each end of a train ride - one in a small town in Essex and the other in Central London. At the London end, where there are many cyclists, a small percentage have bright helmet mounted front lights. Whoever they look at is therefore dazzled. As a cyclist, my eyes are higher up than most cars drivers' would be, so if I get dazzled, I am sure that they will be as well. Surely it is a dangerous thing for a cyclist to do, dazzling the oncoming traffic?At the Witham end, what winds me up is that a rarely see another cyclist on the road. Others cycling on the pavement gives us all a bad name (and often without lights even when dark).
Quote from: itsme on March 13, 2017, 08:14:12 amOh thou art taking of the urine, Michael. We have a brand new police station in the village but do you ever see a copper? Never. And if you go up there you find it is unmanned with a telephone outside to contact them. Which gets through to the main police station some ten miles away. Its simply somewhere to park their cars and pick up the panda for the day. And of course its only a problem late at night so they just turn a blind eye.
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