Bob wrote:I've seen people on those glorified pogo sticks
Tristan wrote:s5 wrote:Even electric scooters cause noise and pollution (you need a generator to recharge them, so the noise and pollution are in the camp, is it better ?).
The Rangers banned all wind vehicles for no logical reason at all after '98
Badger wrote:The Rangers banned all wind vehicles for no logical reason at all after '98
No Bob. It was not the Rangers.
turn that s**t down between 5 am and noon
epic wrote:Lets face it, motorized things are for lazy asses, same with many of the other carts, etc that aren't really arty. It's an extension of the world, no one wants to actually exercise, which is way most adults are overweight. Bikes don't move as fast without a helluva lotta effort on that surface, especially not the crappy bikes people ride there. And scoots are noisy and they pollute. I've had near collisions with some of them.
stuart wrote:I suppose you could take your MRIs and make a flag out of them for your scooter. Art and explanation all in one.
Markov Chaney wrote:Damn tootin!
As long as people aren't hauling ass on the roads, and the number of scooters stays relatively low, why should it make a difference to anyone.
I think I'll have to make a new entry in the crushes thread..
epic wrote:thats the same argument people make about mandating handicapped parking spaces, when in fact 90% are either not occupied or are used by people with no handicap. IF you allow motorized vehicles you are in effect allowing motorcyles. Motorcycles are not allowed to be ridden around if not arty.
Explain how a "delicate" pale person could walk around in the heat of day but not pedal a bike slowly, which is actually MORE demanding then biking because its so much slower. And if she can't walk in the heat you're saying she can ride a scooter in it? BS, doesn't fly. Many of the foks there are delicate and they wear a hat, use SPF 50 and mist themselves while chugging water. Surviving in a harsh environment doesn't include scooters. BAN EM ALL!! That's my judgement.
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