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Movement for Liveable London Street Talks - Jim Davis 12th April 2011

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April 2011 Street Talk by Jim Davis founder of the Cycling Embassy of Great Britain. Brought to you by Movement for Liveable London -

April 2011 Street Talk by Jim Davis founder of the Cycling Embassy of Great Britain. Brought to you by Movement for Liveable London -
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  • ProtistaAmoeba Protista Amoeba Cyclists seem to be getting the lion's-share of 'Cyclists Dismount' signs. It's about time that motorists were similarly treated to the delights of 'Motorists Get Out and Push' signs. Just in-order to make things fair, roads need to stop short of useful destinations, for no particular reason and impassable barriers need to be constructed across roads, just because the local authority can.

    Additionally, to give motorists some feeling of excitement like that experienced by cyclists, impromptu military firing ranges must be set-up across roads with live-weapons firing without advance warning and at any time. And yes, the deliberate random targeting of motorised vehicles crossing the range is permitted, just for the hell of it. Should anyone be killed or injured as a result, the lawful excuses acceptable by the Courts will be 'he / they came out of nowhere', or 'I didn't see him / them', irrespectively of how ludicrous or untrue this seems.
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