Keep The SEGWAY Off Our Sidewalks & Streets! ------ #randum

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  1. Noting good can come from this new personal transpiration device. It will only serve to make
    Americans FATTER than they already are, by reducing exercise. Just what this critically obese
    society needs now, right?

    In addition, it will create hazards and annoyances on our sidewalks. Even if we restrict it
    to streets (assuming such rules could be enforced), it will slow traffic and cause hazards
    there as well.

    Let's take this singular opportunity to head this quality-of-life disaster off at the pass! Contact
    your elected representatives and tell them to restrict this useless, indulgent device to PRIVATE
    PROPERTY ONLY.

    Thanks! - - - - - - - - - - -

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  2. > In addition, it will create hazards and annoyances on our sidewalks. Even
    if we
    > restrict it to streets (assuming such rules could be enforced), it will
    slow traffic
    > and cause hazards there as well.

    I've had segway's pop out in front of me, and they are a hazard. The people also that use them
    look brain dead.
     
  3. Tom Keats

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    In article <[email protected]>, "Callistus Valerius"
    <[email protected]> writes:

    > I've had segway's pop out in front of me, and they are a hazard. The people also that use them
    > look brain dead.

    So, in other words, Seways basically are /cars/ :)

    cheers, Tom

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  4. Callistus Valerius wrote:

    > I've had segway's pop out in front of me, and they are a hazard. The people also that use them
    > look brain dead.

    Wildly agree. See, for example: http://www.msnbc.com/news/926145.asp
     
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