…at least some of the time.
Linking to an article such as this, on a website such as this, may come across as preaching to the choir. Yes, we all are well aware that riding on the roadway with those pesky automobile can be a very dangerous experience. Its serious business.
And its also our right as taxpayers. I pay for the creation, installation, upkeep and maintenance of that fucking pavement as much as any other citizen. And, for my contributions, I get access and three feet.
That said, I can really not link up an article like this one. It is a very important conversation, and one drunkcyclist needs to part of.
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As a quick side note- Hillary Clinton had ruined the word conversation for me, perhaps for ever. But I cant really think of a better way to phrase it. And if I avoid the word, Ive let Hillary and the Terrorists win.)
Anyway, back to the task at hand.
I was lucky. In 2005, I was knocked down by a car that passed me, then cut me off as the driver turned into a parking spot. I landed on one of my newly replaced knees, and was so concerned about it that I failed to notice a dislocated finger. But what scared me most was the fact that the driver didnt see me on the ground behind her car and would have backed over me if bystanders hadnt alerted her to the accident.