A car hitting a bike will cause much worse injuries than a bike hitting a pedestrian. It is much easier for a bike to notice and avoid a pedestrian and a pedestrian to notice and avoid a bike than it is for a car to notice and avoid a bike.
Edit: Obviously this assumes there isn't a dedicated bike lane and there is a sidewalk.
Why YSK: This is a simple trick that can help with knowing your directions better, especially when traveling in an unfamiliar area. There are a few exceptions, however, but generally most interstate highways follow this format across the country.
A roadmap needs to be given to the public, Not talking about another 3 release dates or whatever. I want to know what CDPR priorities are for the future of this game.
and will we be paying for this in the next DLC because If we wanna go with what they have been doing recently I'm expecting most of the cut content to be addressed in the next DLC with a juicy pricetag next to it.
Edit: For the lads who keep saying "no more deadlines this is what ruined in the game the first time etc,etc" I've explicitly said I don't want deadlines I just want to see what the priority order is, and what is on that list.
I would hate to put Devs back into crunch thats not GOAL!
Just went up Kaikoura and back.
As per title had a bit of a pucker moment when the texting fucker sped up from 80 (all over the road, 60~90kmh) to 120 when I tried to pass him
Also so many fucktards with boats going 40 in the curves and 120 in the straights. Every boat tower we came across had 5+ cars behind them.
We are honestly such a bunch of assholes
But when I got home all the signs were there
The US has an unemployment problem secondary to COVID (I'm sure many other countries as well). Rather than just giving people free money, why aren't we hiring anybody who wants a job to fix the aging infrastructure of our nation? Isn't this a logical solution? Start em at $15/hour, fixes the unemployment problem.
Atascadero residents William and Mary Jane Jodry, the parents of 21-year-old Thomas Robert Jodry who fell to his death on the night of September 14, 2019, are offering a $10,000 reward for information to solving the case of their son’s death.
The parents filed a civil complaint on May 14, against David Allen Knight, age 57, alleging that Knight “intentionally and proximately caused the death of Thomas Robert Jodry.” A civil complaint only represents one side of a lawsuit.
In testimony for the case, Knight denied that he had any criminal convictions, but since-expunged court records obtained by The Tribune show that Knight had a felony court conviction in 2003 for molesting a child under 14. Of course, Tommy didn't know that, and he tended to look young for being 21. He had a baby face. It's unknown if that has anything to do with Knight's fascination with him and possible involvement in his death - I am just speculating.
Thomas met Knight when Knight purchased a cactus from him. They had communicated for several weeks about their shared appreciation for art. They left Tommy's parents' house to view artwork at Cal Poly, but instead, Mr. Knight took him to the Frog & Peach Pub in San Luis Obispo that night. This is in spite of the fact that Tommy was set up to sign into an alcohol rehabilitation program. He was suffering from depression and anxiety and had a tendency to use alcohol as a means to cope with his demons.
Tommy and David proceeded to drink heavily. Tommy's blo... keep reading on reddit ➡