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You had me at "car flies through flaming jet cockpit".
It's like Scientology, only without the sane person they hire to greet you so you won't get scared away.
I love the Frank and Lynn timing...so slowly done, like a seduction. This song is brilliant. And that animation is cute. Regarding "rapey" I defer to Alec and Jerry and their discussion on this particular term. Watch it all, but 5:20 is where the "rapier" segment starts. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s1u7A3sEnPY
I haven't laughed this hard in months. Months, mothafuckas!
This might be a case of assumptions. As both motorist and cyclist, I assume different things while using either. I assume that I cannot always see cyclists in my car. I assume motorized vehicles do not see me or regard my rights as a cyclist. I drive accordingly. I also assume that being a bike friendly city means that we have laws and lanes, but that assumption stops with individual drivers. It scares me what some bicyclists do in our city. I've been flipped off, cut off, and pissed off enough to have it make me a safer (more defensive) driver of any vehicle. The story, Mirk, is also the story of a public that lost a human being at the crossroads between assumption and what's perceived to be our right to share roads. I don't like it either. I'm glad that you wrote this. I hope it raises more awareness, and maybe even saves a life, we may never know. I'm still giving everyone else on the road a lot more space. My heart goes out to all involved in that death. Calling it an accident is insufficient, it's a tragedy because it was preventable. We just haven't yet the will to accept the responsibility to prevent these types of tragedies as a city.
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