created by: -Masters- | Feb 14, 2013

Louisville, KY

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Do we need Traffic Laws?

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  • MAKKINGA
  • Drachten
  • Verkeersbordvrij
  • Nieder-Erlenbach
  • Osnabruck
  • Yes, b/c of the above towns
  • No, b/c of the above towns
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-Masters-

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#1
Feb 14, 2013
 
When traffic laws are abolished, it makes folks more careful, and they start to notice each other, making eye contact, and recognizing our humanness. I think it's a good idea.
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Lexington, KY

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Feb 14, 2013
 
http://marginalrevolution.com/marginalrevolut... It creates spontaneous order, and most of the above are cities in Germany... one is a German word, for "free of street signs". Can u guess which one?
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#3
Feb 14, 2013
 
Ehhhh I dunno about this one....I dont trust most of these pill heads enough to drive, I saw an old lady back into a ditch from a parking lot, she went forward, then backward...over and over again till eventually I had to help her....talking to her was seriously like talking to the aunt on national lampoon christmas vacation...you know? The one that wrapped up her cat. And im not over exaggerating. I asked her if she was on meds and she said no, but I knew she was lying. I think the KSP needs to be more strict on who they hand a license to. I happen to agree with traffic laws.
-Masters-

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Feb 14, 2013
 
I dont figure Louisville will ever choose to be friendly w/ each other. The Rule of Law seems to only hurt those who abide by it. If it's done in the name of the law, you can commit the most heinous acts. Everything Hitler did was in the name of the law. I guess you've been agree'n w/ me too much, and gotta diverge... that's cool. But u know. In these above named towns. It worked. There's less accidents and incidents... and cops speed... talk'n on their cell phone, ticket'n those w/o seat belts or speed'n or text'n... they even got computers in their cars... if we learned how to get along w/ each other, we wouldn't need a militia to govern over us, 24/7, all the lived long day.

I was cross'n at a crosswalk at UofL, on 4th and Cardinal Blvd... I think it was Cardinal Blvd... right where Jimmy John's is located. Well, this driver wasn't going to stop for me, when he saw me cross'n, but then he saw that the light was red, and so he eventually did stop. But he rushed right in front of me, and stopped me. I pretended to trip and hit the side of his car my hand. He got mad and started cuss'n... but seriously?

He's ready to hurt a human being, act like he was going to drive over me... but when a mechanical light tells him to slow down, he does? Has he completely lost his humanity? He's obedient to lights and signs, but not to his love for humanity?

They also shut New Jersey down one day. There was a large billboard, that said "New Jersey" closed, and folks would stop on their own accord, and just go home. That's how obedient yall are! Wow! I used to drive back and forth going home on an old country road, and while the lane was 1 1/2 lanes, you had to pay attention to oncoming traffic, b/c gett'n by them was a task... it made me look at person driv'n in their eyes... and see what's real, and what isn't. Signs and signals and whatnot help us regulate us... but it shouldn't govern us. All these traffic signs... but which one tells us to love one another? Which one says to believe in the golden rule? Maybe in a smaller area of Louisville... in high traffic area... but in my future small town home, we've have a square just like this. Where we all have to look at, and talk w/ each other, in order to get to wherever we need to go. It decreases alienation.
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Feb 14, 2013
 
I see what your saying, but I think america is to far gone to make a positive turn around, we really are just waiting around for the end of it.
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Feb 14, 2013
 
I'm not waiting... I'm moving... I'm productive... Get one thing done... get another done... keep doing stuff... until I win. Always keep fight'n in the struggle... the oppressed must always fight the tyranny of the triumph'd will! Let us be free! Liberty or death, patrick henry declared, liberty or death.
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Feb 14, 2013
 
We should will towards productive goals... not personal power... master over slave... hierarchy's for the birds.

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