"Yes! Lets hope that some passive readers do have a change of heart, or at least get to thinking about incorporating respect into their riding!
And, yes, I did hear a "Hi Tony" and was wondering who that was! I was running late to a meeting…"
"I was in a crash on the lakefront path yesterday. Another bike and I were going pretty fast, but he freaked out after deciding he didn't wanna pass someone and slammed his brakes. I had nowhere to go, so I had to hit my brakes too and I went…"
Cyclists (and pedestrians) that disregard left turn arrows are the worst. They all seem to think they know something everyone else doesn't, unfortunately that something is "I can screw up an entire intersection all by…"
"I don't like it when a car driver gives me the right-of-way when I clearly do not have it. I'll put down a foot, and if that doesn't do it I'll act as if I've dropped something. It's not that I don't appreciate the…"
"Agree that drivers unfortunately need to assume that a cyclist will ignore their right of way. But once I've come to a complete stop and put my foot down, they can safely assume that I'm not blowing the sign. It doesn't help any of us…"
"I always wonder if a passive reader has ever made a change of heart based on anything here...we'll never know.
P.S. Tony, I saw you on Dearborn last night - didn't realize until I'd passed. So you weren't crazy if you heard,…"
I haven't gotten a call, or email yet either. I'm indifferent. If they contact me I'll go help out. If not, I'll make this (foodproof.com/photos/full/bacon-cheese-roll-1290) and watch a bunch of football.
The size of a large bike ride can be used to cover direct action. Or we could circle around a station for hours keeping any financial transaction from happening. I don't really want to get into the details of anything online so find me at a ride.