Friday, June 19, 2009


You're driving along a narrow road with a no passing sign posted.

You come upon a bicycle rider. Do you:

a. Follow this slow-moving bicycle rider for two miles or,

b. Do you break the law and pass?

Which is the correct choice?

Answer: A. Why take unnecessary risks and get a ticket!

Wifey and I are headed north for the weekend. Bob's hoping for slow moving scenery like this.
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Flyinfox_SATX said...

Bob, if that was the cyclist in front of me? I would not move an inch beyond 10 feet behind them. Chances are I would even follow them if they decided to do a u-turn and go in the complete opposite direction....

La Roo said...

Definitely A.
She's hot.

Max said...

Dad, you got it wrong. When you "pass" a bicyclist, it's not really passing. It's "lane sharing", as long as you stay in the lane. Lane sharing is legal everywhere, you can even do it with a motorcycle.

If you follow a bicyclist for two miles, you're going to stress him out and make him wonder why you're being such a dumbass.

Bob said...

Max: You're taking this question and life too seriously.

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