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Guy Gets Ticket for Not Riding in Bike Lane, See His Hilarious Response


When slapped with a $50 ticket for not riding in the bike lane, Casey Neistat set out to show the world - and the NYPD - what happens when you stay in the bike lane.


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Good one, still laughing.

They do it cause we let them. Sue the cop whose car you hit because you had to stay in the bike lane. LOL

But muh liberal utopia!

That's what people get for being progressive liberal statists. It comes back to bite you or your children in the ass.


I waited to watch this one.

It's never about safety. It's about money and power and control

over you.

It's about making you understand, you WILL OBEY whatever they happen to fancy making you obey.

hahahaha, good job showing

hahahaha, good job showing how stupid some of this nonsense is.

I guess we would call this guy.

THE FALL GUY, for bicycle crime.


I never paid attention

to realize if he was wearing a helmet during all of this.

I don't understand how people

I don't understand how people can live in New York.

because if you want Nepalese food at 3 AM on a Sunday,

it's just down the block

“Although it was the middle of winter, I finally realized that, within me, summer was inextinguishable.” — Albert Camus

That was my first thought

That was my first thought too. How can you live somewhere super crowded, but also how can you live in the desolite middle of nowhere without high speed internet?

False dichotomy syndrome much?


A false dichotomy is if I

A false dichotomy is if I present two opposing extremes as the ONLY options, and that is not the case. Obviously there are choices that come between living in a super high population density city, and and alone in the woods.

My point is that I don't understand the desire to chose one of those extremes when there are middle options such as the town of 10,000 that I live in.



Jeez I'm not sure he should

Jeez I'm not sure he should be riding a bike anywhere. He doesn't know how to stop, slow down or avoid. It's a good thing for him he's not allowed in with real traffic.

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that last part was funny

But,he didn't need to go to all the trouble to make me laugh :)

If we deny truth before your very eyes,then the rest of what we have to say,is of little consequence

LOL great post!

LOL great post!

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