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Wow, PM... you've really gone over the edge.You need help.
P.S..... let me know if anyone buys that shirt!:D
I feel inspired. I'm gonna make up a shirt of my very own...(imagine an impish grin here)
Actually, aside from the C.R.I.N.G.E. logo at the bottom, I kinda like this shirt. It is polite and to the point without overstating or exaggeration. I think the TX VC 551 on the front and the "Please don't kill me" on the back or vice versa would be a good jersey or wicking T.There are so many who just never got the news that in TX bicycles are vehicles, who think we are trespassers and should die.
Have you looked at the front?
I looked at the front of the C.R.I.N.G.E shirt and that's not what I was talking about. We need to (politely) inform drivers that bicycles have just as much right to the roads as cars do, and more because driving is a limited revocable privilege, where cycling is a right, no license required.
opusthepoet said...I looked at the front of the C.R.I.N.G.E shirt and that's not what I was talking about. We need to (politely) inform drivers that bicycles have just as much right to the roads as cars do, and more because driving is a limited revocable privilege, where cycling is a right, no license required.Because Sec. 551 of the Texas Transportation Code establishes the "right" for cyclists to use the roadway as a legal vehicle, the State also reserves the "right" to revoke that "license", and classify bicycles as toy vehicles.
OtP, the old "Thank You for Sharing the Road with Cyclists" stickers I did for TBC back in the '90s was meant to work in the direction of politely informing motorists. TBC later decided to change it to the foolishly confrontational "Give Bikes The Right!" sticker, unfortunately. The reason? The confrontational approach was seen as more of a "crowd-pleaser", and was thought to be able to bring in more money... much like the "safe-passing" broohaha is more about being a cash-generating crowd-pleaser than an effective piece of legislation.
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