- Sep 12, 2005
Using a road at all be it on a bicycle or in a car is dangerous.
I've up-armored my vehicle choices. I am well protected when surrounded by 3+ tons of steel, a phalanx of airbags (no Takata killer airbags here!) and a restraint system Ralph Nader would drool over. The motorcycles and bicycles...not so much. So road dangers can be mitigated to a large extent. Don't ride a bike, a motorcycle or drive a crappy little Fiat 500 and your odds of getting deaded are much improved.
This topic is pointless.
It serves as quite the educational tool to those willing to learn.
Existing is dangerous.
No one has ever been hurt while sitting on the couch. And yes, the leading cause of death is life. That said, I would much rather expire from exertion on top of a blonde ***** with big tits at the age of 99 than have a GM pickup truck rammed up my ass at 60 MPH by some drunk/stoned/texting white trash moron while happily enjoying my afternoon bicycle ride with friends.
And I will do everything in my power, from both an educational and legislative standpoint, to make sure I live long enough to bang that hooker on my 99th birthday.