Cyclists

Agreed.

The "city centre" is dead. Nobody gives a shit about it, especially the cops. Junkies, alkies, homeless people and their ancillary volunteers handing out "sanitary packs" and soup. Bricks and mortar shops with doorways full of sleeping bags and piss riddled duvets.
The odd mobile phone shop, enabling people to shop online, pubs, rip off hotels, a few convenience stores and that's it.

Shop online, and go to a shopping centre for your weekly groceries.

Let the cyclists, civil servants, academics, and assorted lawyers, defendants, plaintiffs, judges and jurors have the city centre along with the hairdressers, butchers, bookies and bar staff.
We should knock down some buildings and build some free car parks.... that would solve the issue. Maybe you can drive a few old wans around the place too, will give you something to do.
 

SoundMan

Full Member
We should knock down some buildings and build some free car parks.... that would solve the issue. Maybe you can drive a few old wans around the place too, will give you something to do.

Nah, much better to knock down structures and take away people's gardens and trees so as to have more cycle lanes that cyclists won't even bother using :rolleyes:
 
We should knock down some buildings and build some free car parks.... that would solve the issue. Maybe you can drive a few old wans around the place too, will give you something to do.
No. That would be silly,. There would be no cars.

Just zombies, alkies, fast food junkies and cheap phone shops.

Not forgetting the churches, courthouses and ancillary priets/paedos, muggers, cops, lawyers and judges they attract.

It's over, move on. Nobody cares about the journey, it's the destination that's important.


Enjoy!


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In fairness to Drucker, he has probably used these soup kitchens a lot. Poor ol uneducated twat that he is.


Happily, I have no experience of using soup kitchens, or even cheap KFC knock off greasy spoon "chicken" joints.


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Bon Appetit!


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Roxetten

Full Member
It would be a better idea to turn some existing roads into cycle lanes and block cars from accessing them altogether than to be removing street trees to facilitate them.

This policy has been successfully trialed in the UK.

Such lanes would be pedestrian friendly too obvs.
 

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