1/2) see "retarded" comment about others adjusting their lives to fit your schedule.Sharkbiscuit said:Cyclist in the video is a boss.
(1)UCLA team...is this 5:30 on a Sunday morning, or 7:45 on a Tuesday morning?
(2)One sounds completely reasonable, the other is just laughably inconsiderate to literally thousands of people. You're wasting ten seconds in Jax Beach blowing a stop sign when we all know you're blowing the stop sign. Having a rolling spandex donkey parade on PCH on a weekday morning...
(3)K_uno is legally allowed to SUP your peak, upload his waves caught data and GoPro footage, real time, and spam your local shop's instagram with the specifics. Roy Stewart is legally allowed (NZ parking infractions notwithstanding) to fly himself and his olo to Oahu, and torch Kala Alexander on a First Reef double up.
(4)I'm legally allowed to wait for a wedding to start on the sand here in Jax Beach, and start tossing a dozen orders of large fries in the air so thousands of dollars of clothing and the fashionable evening are ruined by a seagull shart carpet bombing.
3)on Roy's end, that's assault with a weapon of mass destruction. On the other hand, the guy wears an orange wetsuit and a space helmet so he can kind of do whatever the fvvk he wants. This ones debatable.
4)I'm pretty sure that qualifies as littering, just because it's food waste doesn't mean it's ok to throw all over the place. Seagulls are spiteful mother fvckers man, don't mess with them.
according to bird they are allowed to be there, and as far as I know cyclists are not only allowed but forced by law to ride on the road and take up an entire lane if they choose to. If there are fifty of them it would be much safer to take up an entire lane than to make a line fifty riders long. If they're breaking the law like you say, then they are in the wrong...and this whole discussion wouldn't be here would it?Sharkbiscuit said:Who cares if they're on time for work or not?bigtuna said:I find I'm happiest when I give myself 10-15 minutes minimum allowance on showing up before work. When I get into ruts where I'm barely making it in on time that whole 30 minutes before work I'm like rushing and already stressed because of it. And you don't wanna go into work stressed, it's only gonna get worse there.bird. said:They are legally allowed to be there. You just have to deal with it. Maybe leave a few minutes earlier.
It doesn't matter to me if someone driving like a dying Granny in the passing lane makes me five minutes late instead of on time, or 25 minutes early instead of a half hour early.
That's five minutes, utterly wasted, by someone else being incompetent/inconsiderate.
And I never can remember who's on what side with regards to whatever arguments around here. thanks for being pro cyclist rights in the past?