thoughts on God, the Bible, science and random other stuff...
I'm shocked. I knew pretty much what was coming and I still missed it... And it's an important message too.
Wow...Although, in fairness, the "bear" was hard to distinguish from members of the black team even when I was focusing on him.Our ability to focus on a single task is one of our great evolutionary adaptations...filtering extraneous data and such...
I have to say, it's things like this that make my fledgling attempts to become a cyclist more and more uncertain.
I nearly killed a cyclist the other day. He suddenly started swerving all over the road, no signalling.Quick tip for any cyclists - if you're on a dangerous bit of road (not a dual carriageway), put yourself in the middle of the lane and ride steadily and at about the same speed cars are going.
What Custard said. To ginger - I find a big problem is that most drivers only expect to see pedestrians and cars, so they look where they expect cars to be, ie in the middle of the lane. So as a cyclist riding in the middle of the lane can be safer. Don't worry about slowing cars down, since in an urban environment you're very unlikely to do that for any significant time if at all.
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