I find it interesting that the police have at least released their front-line operating guidelines, as it relates to Level four enforcement...
Is such information normally released?
And what does that word mean?
TERFs are not feminists in ether option.
So, if the F in TERF stands for Feminists, and anyone fitting the description of TERF cannot possibly be a feminists, obviously we are all discussing a type of person that doesn't actually exist?
That does not seem logical (or even plausible).
I suspect it's more complex than this?
While my own endeavours in Roadie-ism pale into insignificance compared to yours... I believe I may need to steal your creativity create a "Don't just sit there, Gaffer something" T shirt to share with some of the people I've worked with....
The subject matter is amazing... but your photo composition is outstanding...
The geometry looks all the better for the perfect camera placement and well judged exposure...
Wouldn't look nearly so amazing if you hadn't done such a good job yourself. Thanks!
Wow- what pics! What places!
Dear Moz... I so wish PAS had a "like" or "thumbs up" button...
Whether methamphetamine contamination in a dwelling is via use or manufacture the exposure risk is the same
You can also (in a weasel way) read it as true if you take "exposure risk" to mean the risk that you might get exposed to it.. instead of the implied "the risk of health affects after exposure".
Possibly an idiot question, but given what “AA” actually stands for, it’s not immediately obvious: how can one become an AA member if only a cyclist without any driver’s license?
I suspect anyone that pays the fee will get a membership? They don't ask to see your license as far as I recall? (previous member, but not for 20+ years)
Also, just a word of warning for those who may not be frequent all-weather riders..
Although AT has put in a strip of that yellow tread material, there’s no bike signal at the crossing.
That yellow rubber(?) tread material is fine in the dry but dangerously slick in the rain…. Ride over it in a straight line with your wheels/frame vertical… If it’s wet, then nearly ANY sort of leaning or cornering palaver will have you off in fractions of a second… That may sound simple, but much of it that I cross is at places where I’m expected to turn at least a little…. (esp N-W cycleway St Lukes Rd crossing and K’Rd/Symonds St/Grafton bridge crossings)