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    The constitution (more or less) provides for a...

    The constitution (more or less) provides for a general "right of travel" but there is no consitutional right to a particular form of travel.
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    Sticky: Poll: Yes, I supposed I missed the "if". It wasn't...

    Yes, I supposed I missed the "if". It wasn't that unclear. You figured it out.

    And, the alternative meaning you arrived at really isn't saying any thing different.

    Whether or not they are...
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    Sticky: Poll: :rolleyes: No, I said nothing like that. You are...

    :rolleyes: No, I said nothing like that. You are imagining it.

    The point you're making here is called a Strawman Argument.[/QUOTE]
    Err, no.

    Read what I wrote carefully. I am clearly saying...
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    Sticky: Poll: Whether or not this is true is beside the point...

    Whether or not this is true is beside the point I was making.

    Anyway, I doubt that people are advised to treat skull fractures as if nothing happened.
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    Sticky: Poll: ??? What medical school teaches that a...

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    What medical school teaches that a fracture is a "laceration" or a "bump and bruise"?

    You really have no idea what the stuff you link to says. Bizarre.



    (People should read the link...
  6. ??? If you use a different ring tone for...

    ???

    If you use a different ring tone for people in your contacts, how does a number not on your contact list throw you?


    One can override the caller id (it's not hard to do).

    The number...
  7. Criminals are criminals because they break the...

    Criminals are criminals because they break the law.


    It's much, much easier to just dial random numbers and connect to any that pick up.
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    You mean your "bicycle passing" law (there's...

    You mean your "bicycle passing" law (there's another one for passing other vehicles).

    The "notwithstanding" appears to apply to the "may cross" phrase. The law appears to just assume that it's OK...
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    The SD "no-passing zone" law says you can't pass...

    The SD "no-passing zone" law says you can't pass any vehicle "proceding" (moving) in a "no passing zone" with no mention of crossing lines. That is, you can't even pass a moving vehicle even in the...
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    I'm not "hung up" on the title. It's a different...

    I'm not "hung up" on the title. It's a different thing and a different argument.

    It's not relevant merely due to its existance.


    What many people here do is claim that something is "illegal"...
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    The link to the discussion about "durational...

    The link to the discussion about "durational residency requirements" has no apparent relevance.

    If there "application" was successful, what it "ultimately hinged on" would have not been necessary....
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    ??? "durational residency requirements"? ...

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    "durational residency requirements"?

    This doesn't apply to the SD case. Or the Black Hawk case, for that matter.

    (Note that no one is arguing that there isn't a "right of travel".)
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    ??? Again, you have no right to a particular...

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    Again, you have no right to a particular form of travel. The licence requirement establishes that. A license is a particular restriction on a particular form of travel. If you don't agree to...
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    Yes. It was overturned because it violated a...

    Yes. It was overturned because it violated a rather particular CO law.

    Colorado Supreme Court overturns Black Hawk's ban on bikes in city - The Denver Post

    "Rights of travel" doesn't mean the...
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    I'm talking specifically about sharrows. I doubt...

    I'm talking specifically about sharrows. I doubt that the sharrows contribute much (if anything) to the difference.
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    Probably not. It doesn't provide positive...

    Probably not. It doesn't provide positive information about something. It's likely that fairly quickly, they'll just be ignored as noise.
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    Is it reasonable to expect that sharrows would...

    Is it reasonable to expect that sharrows would make cycling safer?

    (I don't think so.)
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    :rolleyes: No, it should be obvious that...

    Do you think that Portland car drivers needed sharrow marking to figure out where were low volume streets with long, uninterrupted stretches to use as shortcuts?[/QUOTE]
    :rolleyes:

    No, it should...
  19. Which is why people talking about the pole...

    Which is why people talking about the pole bumping into things is kind of pointless. It doesn't seem likely that it would pass anyway (which means getting worked-up by it seems kind of pointless too).
  20. I inadvertently ommitted the word pole. Yes,...

    I inadvertently ommitted the word pole.

    Yes, it's a 15 foot pole (it should have been clear that I was talking about the pole).

    The 15 pole really doesn't make it less impractical.


    Since...
  21. Traffic laws are written to vehicle definitions...

    Traffic laws are written to vehicle definitions specified in the traffic law (you should know that).

    "4-Wheelers" is not a legal term for a vehicle (or it's defined in the traffic law).

    Since...
  22. Some people here didn't seem to quite get it was...

    Some people here didn't seem to quite get it was a ban.

    A collapsible pole would still be pretty tedious to use.

    Anyway, I'm more making a point about people (like below) seeming to suggest...
  23. With a 15 foot flag, There's really no...

    With a 15 foot flag, There's really no conveniently way for a cyclist to first get to where they can ride in the middle of the lane.

    A bicycle with a 15 foot flag is, bascially, a useless,...
  24. Dude needs to make up his mind. Either it's...

    Dude needs to make up his mind. Either it's ridiculous (and something really doesn't want people do to) or it's not.

    And, apparently, ATV's need a 7' flag.
  25. I didn't say that. What I said was that it was...

    I didn't say that.

    What I said was that it was a way of effectively banning cyclists from those roads.

    There are all sorts of problems with having a silly 15 foot flag pole even before getting...
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