Agree with you’re points and yet still rode for 36 years. Another comment mentioned riding make you become a defensive driver and I couldn’t agree more.
Points from the Smith Driving Program. 1.) Aim High (looking down the road 15 seconds) 2.) Get the Big Picture 3.) Keep You’re Eyes Moving 4.) Leave Yourself an Out 5.) Make Sure They See You
In all those years I only had one major incident. I had stopped for a train, just a few feet off the bumper of the car in front of me, took the bike out of gear, and released the handle-bars. Car that came up behind me “didn’t see me” and misjudged their stopping distance. By the time I heard the brakes lock up, it was too late. I had ignored items 2 thru 5 above. Ended up bouncing of the trunk in front of me and rolled off to the left into the road. Wasn’t too beat up and was looking for a new bike anyway.
The Mad Piper from Australia does an awesome job of “Thunderstruck”, complete with fire.
Someone had to set up the Uranus jokes. Thanks for taking one for the team nosirrom
Used to DJ in a gentleman’s club (90’s). Young, single guys were usually stage-side. Older, married guys sitting at the tables buying over priced drinks so they could talk to girl.
She should rub toilet tissue between them to make them grow. Seems to have worked for her butt.
Yes! Oh sorry sir. I thought you were referring to me, Mr. Wensleydale.
“Normally sir yes, but today the van broke down”
At least he’s got a desk, so presumably an office too. Not like a cube farm or, even worse, the “open” office.
I think I was there last night. Remember the question 35 years ago, “Smoking or non-smoking?” I wish now it was “Children or no children?”