Maybe it's not the case everywhere but where I live bicyclists are supposed to follow the same traffic laws that cars do. I've almost never seen a cyclist stop at a stop sign and in the last couple weeks I've had several close calls with cyclists because THEY blew through a stop sign without even slowing down.
I had a group of three cyclists who insisted riding 3 wide on a narrow road and would swerve into passing traffic to pass each other. When one swerved infront of me I honked my horn and without skipping a beat all three flipped me the bird and kept going.
What is it about cyclists and bike culture that makes being reckless okay when if someone did the same in a car they would be considered an asshole?
If you REGULARLY have "HIGH TRAFFIC" then it is NOT HIGH TRAFFIC, that's called REGULAR TRAFFIC.
Fix your fucking platform, basic functionality shouldn't be affected or slowed daily.
A bakery manager tells de Blasio that his business is suffering from reduced foot traffic in Chinatown: “We’re all hurting.”
“That’s very unfortunate,” responds the mayor as he turns his back on the young man.
@NYCMayor “brushed me off,” said the bakery manager. And added de Blasio was only in Chinatown today for a “photo op mission.”
Do not lay on the horn and drive through at full speed. It’s dipshit day out there, be careful everyone.
Update- just saw another person do it, no horn this time.
Purple already announced their April and May 2020 DTC (and full month) revenues in 8-K filings leaving June as the only question mark for Q2 figures. I also want to estimate July for a preview of what Q3 will bring.
I’m going to focus on Direct-to-Consumer revenue because I think that is where the growth in the future will come from (and stock price looks towards the future). Wholesale revenue may recover fully from COVID in June and even grow in absolute numbers significantly, but in percentage numbers they will pale in comparison to DTC growth so I will ignore them for now.
In PRPL’s May 11 8-K, they announced April DTC was up 170% YoY to $54M (implying April 2019 DTC of $20M)
In PRPL’s June 9 8-K, they announced May DTC wa... keep reading on reddit ➡
CLOSED SORRY IF I COULDNT GET ALL OF YOU IN TY FOR BEING RESPECTFUL OF EACH OTHER AND FOLLOWING THE PLAN, HAPPY HOSTING!!!!
They buying 615
Post here and ill do 5 at a time Opening for 3 hours (1 Hours left)
Shop is to the left just follow the fence!!!
Doing group just list a fav Anime and ill give you a group and DC
pls be patient
DM codes pls respond to DM when you are done TY
current GROUP : 1 (COMPLETED)
8 (LAST GROUP I NEED TO GO SOON)
Once you are done please wait in airport for your group to leave pls im gonna set the limit to 2 trips per sorry
Oftentimes when I'm in certain situations my brain will pitch really weird self-destructive ideas -- something similar to "the call of the void" phenomenon, but it's not necessarily always about killing myself.
For example, often when someone hands me a baby, my brain goes "What would happen if I dropped it? Drop it. Drop the baby"
Or I'm presenting in front of a group and my brain quickly flashes "What would happen if I just punched this guy in the front row? How would that end up ruining my life? Do it"
These are never things I even remotely want to actually do and don't ever think about regularly, but in the middle of situations it's like my brain wants to suggest the most self-destructive choice it can possibly imagine.
Is this a common thing for people? Feels super weird in the moment and kinda freaks me out that my brain even considers these choices.
I have been working at a traffic firm for six months now. I thought I'd share some wisdom I've gained here and offer tips on common issues that drivers face when an officer gives them a citation.