The Jevans
thejevans1
11/1/17
3:21 AM
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I ride on a college campus. At first I followed all the laws, but every time I would come to a 4 way stop not a single driver would go until I went through. Every time I would come up to the red light at the end of my street to wait, the light wouldn’t turn because whatever activates the change doesn’t work for bikes,

6/6/17
9:31 PM
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Did you notice how they said “evening” to each other? It was a nice subtle touch, in contrast to the red armbands.

3/11/16
11:57 AM
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You have time and again extrapolated my hypothetical into what you think I must do when I drive. Not once have I said what I do, nor have I said that people should break the law. Given my hypothetical and the restraints around it, it is patently false that 35MPH is the correct answer. You have ignored physics in order

3/11/16
11:41 AM
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Dude, I don’t know how to make this more clear. You seem to be unable to understand and deal with a simple hypothetical.

GIVEN: Driver A is an average driver. Driver A is merging onto a road with a speed limit of 35MPH. Average driver speed on said road is 55MPH. Engineers recommended a 55MPH speed limit for said road.

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3/11/16
10:49 AM
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Firstly, I agree with you about roads that have lower speed limits due to pedestrians and/or neighborhoods. I should have clarified that I was speaking about highways.

3/10/16
11:43 PM
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You keep flipping back and forth between arguing for obeying the law in general and why you think going above the speed limit is a problem. This would be fine, except that you are letting your arguments overlap to the point where whenever someone responds with why the way you are defining speeding isn’t as bad as you

10/13/15
11:01 PM
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This is the most absurd type of response to things like this. The problem is not “could the drivers have done better?”. The problem is that they made a small mistake (circumstances outside of their control could have delayed them as well) and were VERY CLEARLY trying to rectify the mistake, so do they deserve the

1/6/15
1:47 PM
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Miata with 3-season tires here. I drove a mile, slid twice, almost got hit by a sliding utility van that was going 40mph at least. I turned the fuck around and went home. It's hell out there.

9/12/14
8:55 PM
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Haven't had that happen, but if it did, I would record it, remove them, then sue the fuck out the company.

8/27/14
9:03 AM
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I realize that most don't care. Ergo, I must take my health into my own hands. This includes using knee defenders when necessary. It's 100% legal and a useful measure to protect myself.

8/26/14
3:49 PM
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It's not discomfort for me, it's physical health. That trumps the small amount of comfort that reclines provides.

8/26/14
10:20 AM
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I'm 6'4" and I have not been on a plane in economy that allows for space for the person in front of me to recline without severe pain to my knees.

I was born tall, and there is nothing I can do about it. It used to be that most airlines would have exit row seats or front row seats available at the same price, so I

6/27/14
9:44 AM
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I love that video, all except for the NWO conspiracy attachment.

1/15/14
4:59 PM
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The universe is not known to be infinite, nor is it thought to be. Also, yes, we can know things. We know that there is no evidence to support the idea that ESP exists. We know that just because we don't fully understand things that are very small, that doesn't mean that everything has a possibility of being true. You

1/2/14
12:00 PM
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I would retort with rugby players. a 15s match lasts 80 minutes with 2 40-minute halves. The game is nonstop and extremely physically demanding. Running, yes, juking, yes, field awareness like you wouldn't believe. On top of all that, the game is extremely physical. Tackling, rucking, mauling, scrumming. You need a

1/2/14
11:47 AM
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I'm not surprised one bit that Slater won. Rugby FTW.