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OP is obviously trolling. That's why this post got removed. Discussions about fuck car ideology and opinions going against that ideology are allowed under the precondition that it's done in good faith. OP doesn't seem to be interested in that. Any further trolling will result in a ban.

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It looks like your post might encourage brigading. That's why it got removed. Both unintentional encouraging of brigading and having the appearance of trying to encouraging brigading are reasons to remove a post. Brigading and intentional encouraging of brigading is a bannable offense. Harassment of any user, from this sub or elsewhere, is also a bannable offense. Have a nice day

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So that's what I'm saying. If you take out the bias about it being a bike, you can't find a law that it broke. A turning car failed to yield to a bike traveling legally (probably because they weren't thinking about bikes).

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I know I won't get you to admit it on here, but just think about it quietly later: If you saw a slow moving bike in front of you, and there was enough room in the lane for a car to pass the bike, would you really see a problem with it?

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I attached a studio flash and umbrella to my Omnium, took it on this months Phoenix Critical Mass ride, and I think it turned out kinda awesome? from r/fuckcars

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I don't know what you're trying to prove here. There was space within the lane to pass on the left. If a bike was to the right of the lane and stopped, a car could pass. The bike can pass. Now was it smart for the bike to pass when the turning car had already entered the intersection? No that part was dangerous. But riding a bike past slow moving cars is legal if you have space.

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OP is obviously trolling. That's why this post got removed. Discussions about fuck car ideology and opinions going against that ideology are allowed under the precondition that it's done in good faith. OP doesn't seem to be interested in that. Any further trolling will result in a ban.