2.03.2009

death on the bicycle...

it tends to be the same...

whenever I read about a death on the bicycle
whether the rider is a child or a racing adult the words sound the same
the writer takes the perspective of what the cyclist could have done to prevent the accidental death from happening

DEATH ON THE ON RAMP

never is there mention of the realization that any speed over the speed limit is speeding
and the failure for the driver to be able to anticipate the human variables
the slower speed not only allows for greater reaction time but also decreases the necessary stopping distance and decreases the chance of fatality

http://www.goldwellmuseum.org/


Henry Ford in all his genius created a monster!
a monster that not only the common man could afford
but any man with credit

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