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Mrcheerful[_2_] June 13th 10 01:21 PM

cyclist says injured granny should not be on pavement!
 
http://www.theargus.co.uk/news/40640...avement_crash/



NM June 13th 10 03:13 PM

cyclist says injured granny should not be on pavement!
 
On 13 June, 13:21, "Mrcheerful" wrote:
http://www.theargus.co.uk/news/40640...nny_in_pavemen...


Like the comment that she was on the cycle track so it was her fault,
personally I would enjoy inflicting similar, perhaps more extensive,
wounds on the thug that did this.

More evidence that cyclists badly need regulation, the clamour for
this is like a rising tide, soon it will come to pass, no doubt
amoungst much wailing and gnashing of teeth from holier than thou
cyclists.

The Medway Handyman[_2_] June 13th 10 04:11 PM

cyclist says injured granny should not be on pavement!
 
Mrcheerful wrote:
http://www.theargus.co.uk/news/40640...avement_crash/


When will these irresponsible terrorist cyclists be properly regulated and
traceable?

How many more innocent grannys have to be mown down?


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viable form of transport.



Squashme June 13th 10 05:08 PM

cyclist says injured granny should not be on pavement!
 
On 13 June, 13:21, "Mrcheerful" wrote:
http://www.theargus.co.uk/news/40640...nny_in_pavemen...


One of the commenters noted:-

"If we have the attitude of it being her fault for being in the cycle
lane, then we should think the same way when it comes to the roads. If
a pedestrian crosses a road (and not a proper corrsing) and a car is
speeding, then hits her, whose fault is that? The car for speeding or
the pedestrian for being in the road?"

Doug[_3_] June 13th 10 07:25 PM

cyclist says injured granny should not be on pavement!
 
On 13 June, 13:21, "Mrcheerful" wrote:
http://www.theargus.co.uk/news/40640...nny_in_pavemen...

Why are you and others dredging up these very out of date anti-cyclist
news items? I guess its because you don't have anything at all more
recent, unlike the numerous car crashes every month.

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Mrcheerful[_2_] June 13th 10 07:37 PM

cyclist says injured granny should not be on pavement!
 
Doug wrote:
On 13 June, 13:21, "Mrcheerful" wrote:
http://www.theargus.co.uk/news/40640...nny_in_pavemen...

Why are you and others dredging up these very out of date anti-cyclist
news items? I guess its because you don't have anything at all more
recent, unlike the numerous car crashes every month.


How can they be 'anti-cyclist'? As you are always saying that it is
impossible for a cyclist to do anything wrong. As this is a cycling group
it would be inappropriate to post car crash info.




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