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  1. Second hand at best. All the Gothamist does is...

    Second hand at best. All the Gothamist does is report on articles by the NYpost, the Daily News, and "the media". There is no first hand information in the Gothamist article.
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    It requires concepts of indexing to align the...

    It requires concepts of indexing to align the chain and cog, and it requires a locking mechanism (unless you like running your servo in a static position, sucking up battery life), either explicitly...
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    Why? This isn't some conscious behavior on the...

    Why? This isn't some conscious behavior on the part of a massive group of people. This is the sum total of all our behaviors; we all buy stuff and this is how the pricing works out. It's not a logic,...
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    1) Wireless is not necessarily unreliable, but...

    1) Wireless is not necessarily unreliable, but cross-talk has to be an issue when you are in a field of 100+ riders. HRM and other wireless data devices still experience cross-talk on occasion; this...
  5. Voice control so I can start and stop the clock...

    Voice control so I can start and stop the clock without taking my hands from the bars. Alternately, a wireless thumb mounted button I can easily press in the middle of an effort. Somehow making...
  6. ^^^ Yup. My thoughts exactly.

    ^^^
    Yup. My thoughts exactly.
  7. Righty O. Your wish is my command. I'm off to get...

    Righty O. Your wish is my command. I'm off to get laid and have a beer. See ya all. Sleep well with your comforting stories of crime and punishments.
  8. If you say so. You're the one with the chicken on...

    If you say so. You're the one with the chicken on your head.
  9. That is pretty much the definition of "20-20...

    That is pretty much the definition of "20-20 hindsight", isn't it?
  10. Juries are privy to a lot of information not...

    Juries are privy to a lot of information not provided in newspapers. My judgement about information quality is what drives my opinion about the propriety of expressing a judgement. First reports...
  11. Of course there are reckless people out there....

    Of course there are reckless people out there. Just remember that when you make statistics, you throw out huge amounts of information; you can characterize a population but there is no way to...
  12. My point is it's not a caveat if it makes the...

    My point is it's not a caveat if it makes the rule.
  13. Falling and hitting your head on a curb at zero...

    Falling and hitting your head on a curb at zero speed can result in you dying. People die in the shower from slip/fall all the time.
  14. Context. It was 3alarmer's post that got that...

    Context. It was 3alarmer's post that got that conversation started. Remember?
  15. I don't think about things like this. If it...

    I don't think about things like this. If it happens to me, it happens and I'll deal. Shame on you for bringing up hypotheticals about my loved ones getting killed.

    We don't know if the guy was...
  16. *you do it so I can do it too!!!* What are you,...

    *you do it so I can do it too!!!* What are you, twelve?

    You're here and can defend yourself through further conversation. The guy you're ragging on is not able to respond. You truly don't see a...
  17. Those kinds of places don't care about defaming...

    Those kinds of places don't care about defaming the character of an individual with no political or purse-string power. My only point is: why make assumptions when you don't have to? Remember Trayvon...
  18. Or when it's raining.

    Or when it's raining.
  19. Seems some people do. "Source or it didn't...

    Seems some people do. "Source or it didn't happen", right? Got said in a newspaper so it must be true...
  20. Funny that you equate an objection to rampant...

    Funny that you equate an objection to rampant speculation as a "defense" of a certain behavior.
  21. It's pretty obvious that you do.

    It's pretty obvious that you do.
  22. Why would I investigate this? Am I affected by...

    Why would I investigate this? Am I affected by this incident? I don't live in NYC. I'm not a cop. I can't say what I'd do as either a pedestrian or a cyclist in this case. So what is my motivation...
  23. Is anyone contradicting you? What you are...

    Is anyone contradicting you? What you are basically saying is: if he did something stupid, illegal and dangerous, then he was a moron. No shi-. That is a tautology.

    There cannot be a consensus...
  24. Okay. This came from direct sources (police...

    Okay. This came from direct sources (police report or first hand from one of those said pedestrians)? Or is this more speculation from English university students on break? Doesn't matter. My point...
  25. Not my job to engage in hypotheticals. Nor yours,...

    Not my job to engage in hypotheticals. Nor yours, I suspect. The legal system will do its thing without hurtful speculation from the peanut gallery. Hurtful because if this were just an accident,...
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