Bicyclist learns why laws exist

Everyone here knows cyclists are always in the right, even when they aren’t. Don’t think on it too hard; your head will start hurting, and someone will undoubtedly try to self-righteously break it down for you. Just accept it.

The case for cyclist always being right is perfectly illustrated here, when a driver attempts to hurry through a cross walk, without using his time traveling abilities (check your manual, all cars made after 1993 have them) to see if some stand up citizen would try to hurry through the intersection during a red light. This driver recklessly placed an innocent cyclist life in danger!

It’s hard to tell what’s said next, but it probably involves a profound apology from the driver and a kind act of forgiveness from the cyclist.

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