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Scofflaw cyclists of the inner north at it again

By johnboy 23 June 2010 43

[First filed: Jun 22, 2010 @ 10:03]

menace to society

You’d think they’d learn. You’d think with all the outrage over their disregard for the rule of law and common decency Canberra’s cyclists would show more regard for their fellow human beings.

But no! They’re incorrigible!

Citizens of Canberra! They are mocking us!

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pete74au said :

I have absolutely no problem with cyclists chaining or locking their cycles to poles in fact all bicycles should be chained or locked to poles, as that’s the only way to keep them off the road and stop them from committing suicide. Many cyclists fail to believe the adage that MIGHT IS RIGHT.

Welcome to RA Pete74au, a little tip for you, if you are going to troll you may want to disguise it a little better. All the fishies can see the hook.

pete74au 11:48 am 08 Jul 10

I have absolutely no problem with cyclists chaining or locking their cycles to poles in fact all bicycles should be chained or locked to poles, as that’s the only way to keep them off the road and stop them from committing suicide. Many cyclists fail to believe the adage that MIGHT IS RIGHT.

Postalgeek 9:09 am 24 Jun 10

Fisho said :

Jim Jones said :

That’s right, all cyclists are – without exception – evil people.

That would make sense…. yesty apparently being the winter solstice or some such, the cyclist was probably off preparing a black mass or something.

Fluoro hi-vis mass I think you’ll find.

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