Why is it that bicyclists are never in the wrong? While these guys may have been following the law and they had an unfortunate incident with a road rager, riding two abreast often takes up half the lane and forces drivers to enter oncoming traffic. I'm not familiar with Valencia Road, but I see this behavior all over the city and outlying areas. Camino de Oeste, Silverbell, Trails End, Old Spanish Trail, Catallina Highway, Gates Pass, to name a few. These elitist bicyclists like to move in a pack and try to macho all vehicular traffic into dangerous situations. So, pretty much if you're driving a car around Tucson and accidentally strike a bicyclist you better have a good attorney to prove your innocence because you will be presumed guilty. By the way, I have been biking around Tucson for 30 years, so I've seen all the bicyclists' antics.
Hey Tom, you just made the argument for home schooling. We know how much you dislike the thought of keeping your kids away from these hostile learning environments where teachers spend a big part of their days trying to discipline losers. Until schools start giving the boot to these classroom troublemakers, and there are more each year, the educational system will continue to decline. I seriously doubt that there are a bunch of unqualified teachers that need to be tested on their abilities to teach, rather it is more likely that they can't properly teach because of all the distractions from those students who could care less. The teachers get no support from school administrators because all they are concerned with is filling the classroom seats each day so they can get the maximum funding.
Ron, you should drop out of Tucson. Move to Eloy.
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