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Old July 29th 14, 11:56 AM posted to aus.bicycle
Bret Cahil
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Default Fallen off ? It must be someone else's fault.

On Tue, 29 Jul 2014 06:25:06 +0100, Mrcheerful wrote:

Cyclist falls off while riding along a promenade (note the word)


Red herring (as noted by others)

and
demands that railings be put up to reduce the effects


Why not? The taxes we all pay already go to the same sort of road-safety improvements; if a
particulary dangerous place is identified, why should that part of the road network not get the
attention it so clearly deserves?
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