Not really. People are bothered by it but a lot of the bother is in people's imagination - a lot of the people who complain about RLJers have probably never seen one and are just jumping on the bandwagon. It's best off not mentioning it really.dondare said:Haven't you noticed how bothered both non-cyclists and Law-abiding cyclists are by it? This makes it antisocial seeing as they make up a much greater proportion of Society than rljers do.
Well, Lee probably has more experience in ignoring lights than I have, does this mean that he knows more about it?
Do you remember it? Perhaps a couple of years back. Because he was a cyclist himself a few posters (on this and other forums) had known him personally.tdr1nka said:No, I'm still here.
A little ashamed I laughed when I misread Dondare's post and thought he had said a taxidermist was killed by an RLJ.
Doesn't it happen in York? I know that it's worse in London than outside but it's certainly a complaint that I hear everywhere.marinyork said:Not really. People are bothered by it but a lot of the bother is in people's imagination - a lot of the people who complain about RLJers have probably never seen one and are just jumping on the bandwagon. It's best off not mentioning it really.
I have really bad thoughts about rljers.marinyork said:As for cyclists, some of them are bothered, but I don't do the whole guilt or cultural imperialism thing. I go with the TRL's line of cyclists being an out-group and that apples are not like oranges, that everybody is responsible for themselves and I'd really rather people didn't do something rather than getting super upset about all cases - sometimes it is a big deal, sometimes not.
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