as presented by BikePortland:
40 year track bike rider John Boyd won his case defending his right to ride a "brakeless" bike, by repeating over and over the definition of "brake" as appears in Merriam Webster, and pointing out to the judge that there was no statutory definition. Therefore, the Webster's definition must be considered. The police officer was Barnum, the same dipsh*t from the Ayla Holland case, but the Judge was different. The judge announced that this was not a precendent, and the future cases would be decided on a case-by-case basis. Now was that so ******** hard?
However, so that there wouldn't be too much positive excitement in the rose city, some suburban fakenger ****** took the opportunity to ram himself into a old lady's car in front of a "share the road" demonstration, and then blamed it on her. He got arrested for "disorderly conduct" and flagged as "the guy that ruins it for everybody."
F'in new jacks. More enthusiasm than brain cells.