Jan 25, 2007

They're really interfering with natural selection here

New Jersey would outlaw using cellphones while bicycling. Apparently all of New Jersey's other problems have been solved.
In 2005, 784 people were killed, including 17 in New Jersey, and 45,000 were injured in bicycle crashes in the United States, accounting for 2 percent of traffic fatalities, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. An agency spokesman said no statistics are kept for crashes involving cell phones and bikes.

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