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Re: [OT] A significant negative impact on Linux's popularity?



judd@wadsworth.org wrote in Article <tkrat.d13b08658001a1ef@wadsworth.org>
posted to gmane.linux.debian.user:

> On 16 Jul, David Brodbeck wrote:
>> 
>> On Jul 16, 2007, at 3:25 PM, William Pursell wrote:
>>> If you make
>>> a right turn (assuming you live where they drive on the
>>> right hand side of the road) and take out a cyclist that
>>> you didn't see passing you on the right in a cycle lane,
>>> I hope you get a jail sentence.  (Not you personally, but
>>> apparently I still have a lot of pent up hostility to
>>> all the jokers who've endangered my life on the road.)
>> 
>> People who make right turns without a right head check should be
>> sentenced to drive on Minneapolis freeways.  Since in many places
>> there buses are allowed to use the right shoulder during rush hour,
>> they will eventually be taken out by a city bus while attempting to
>> exit, thus removing them from the gene pool. ;)
>> 
>> 
> 
> Unfortunately, not necessarily before they procreate, so natural
> selection may not occur. :-)

Borrowing from George Carlin, perhaps to set the proper example, they should
be strapped to a chair and have their head smashed in with a hammer in
front of their children.

-- 
Paul Johnson
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