Saturday. Turner’s Cross in Cork.
Patrick Lehane writes:
Garda cutbacks still in place
Leopold Gloom writes:
To go with the mystery of the O’Higgins report, a fine example of a Garda trying to abuse their power towards a cyclist in Dublin city. Needs to be shared I think…
Decent Audi, in fairness.
Previously: ‘Something For Everyone’
The Luas works outside Trinity College Dublin in late December
Finn Murphy writes:
“Just a heads-up to the cyclists of Dublin this morning. I was coming around by Trinity where they are laying the new Luas tracks and have temporarily filled them back in, well filled in all of it except for a few tiny bits of track that they seem to have forgotten about and I think you can guess what happened next.”
“Sitting in work now with a huge bruise on my face and scraped-up hands and legs. Great way to start the week!”
A female cyclist was knocked from her bike on Collins Street in Melbourne yesterday when a man opened the passenger-side door of a taxi.
The woman captured the incident, and the follow-up conversation she had with the man who stepped out of the taxi, on camera.
Would never happen in Dublin.
Thanks Mark Geary
Jervis Street Luas last night
“I took this photo on my iPhone with the HDR setting on, just saw the sunset and stepped out onto the Luas track because I thought it looked nice, took the photo and turned around to realise I had stepped out in front of a cyclist, just like all them thicks I berate when I’m cycling.”
“So if you were tearing along by the Jervis Luas stop at around 6.20pm yesterday, I was that idiot and I hope this picture was worth my nearly killing us both.”
The unit also contains a medical ID tag, for those who favour only the ‘manoeuvre’ part of ‘mirror, signal, manoeuvre’.
Release date unknown as the product page is still under construction.