Traffic Freedom @ work
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Traffic Freedom @ work
09-08-2007, 01:58 PM
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Traffic Freedom @ work
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wasn't someone here discussing this?
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09-08-2007, 03:00 PM
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amazing!!    ;D

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09-08-2007, 03:46 PM
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            It's an insane mess. The Vietnam's National Committee for Traffic Safety (NCTS) has reported that The number of traffic accidents in Vietnam has increased with a fast rate, causing great losses of lives and property to the country.

      With ineffective coordination coupled with inadequate funds and education, the number of accidents and fatalities is only going to increase.
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09-09-2007, 11:05 PM
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Incredible. Looks an awful lot like the self-organization of insects.
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09-10-2007, 03:10 PM
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yeah! and you know the zany question is, could this actually work. I'd be dumbfounded.

the flow always dictates the speed, but if it's mismatched??? all hell for metal and flesh
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09-10-2007, 03:23 PM
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... is it possible to engage as unconsciously governed? i know that if I were an ant and I saw a spider web, i'd steer clear from it because many ants before, payed the ultimate price cementing a history lesson of what to watch out for. and i will have taught my little ones this lesson and so on throughout the colony. ... but to think that something appearing so chaotic could actually be a cooperation :o wow! i never contemplated that til you (edweird) pointed it out
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09-12-2007, 06:17 PM
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There was a bit on FreeTalkLive in the last couple of days (I should have written it down, but I didn't think to) about some "american" [correction, it was a German] city which was going to spend a fortune taking down all of their traffic control devices and signage. 

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09-13-2007, 10:16 AM
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.. aren't we all, already on the edge? I'm waaAaaay curious! Live free or die hard, but seeing is believing (now there's an expired idiom)                R.I.P.
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                                                            ? - 199rodneyking
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09-15-2007, 06:49 PM
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if you watch large crowds, you see the same thing.  spontaneous organization.
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09-20-2007, 07:16 AM
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News article on that German town. 

I love this part: 

But not everyone is confident it will work.

"Just because it worked in the Netherlands doesn't mean it will work here," said Werner Koeppe, a road specialist at Berlin's Technical Traffic Institute.


Sonofabitch knows which side HIS bread is buttered on, don't he?  There must be a different strain of human beings in the Netherlands than in Germany I guess is his reasoning.  Sieg HEIL!

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09-20-2007, 09:04 AM
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I gotta see this! especially with emergency vehicles put into play
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09-20-2007, 05:43 PM
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OH the carnage, the blood, the guts, the ungoverned anarchy! Don't these people know, they need someone to tell them what to do? Don't they know this is uncivilized? How could these people be allowed to live, with such freedom? Thank God we have people who believe it's their right, to control us! Otherwise, we would be as bad off as them! Malinson, make them stop!
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09-20-2007, 07:46 PM
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learnin2 Wrote:Thank God we have people who believe it's their right, to control us! Otherwise, we would be as bad off as them! Malinson, make them stop!

;D ;D 8)

Are you gona try it? I'm not gona try it! Hey, lets get malinson! Yea! He wont like it, he hates every thing!  ;D
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09-20-2007, 10:01 PM
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Let's stop the personal attacks guys.

If government services were valuable and the market wanted them, they wouldn't be provided on a compulsory basis.
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09-20-2007, 11:36 PM
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you know you guys trip me out that you come off as so confident in your assessments and then how you totally ignore the obvious certainties. Some outlooks may work themselves out, but this traffic thing I don't see leaving to consequence when we know for sure of the outcome. granted people currently are frustrated in traffic, but to congest or compound it even further by taking out the organization of the traffic signal is beyond me. this was a much needed invention that works to this day. the idea that this is equated to freedom??? how??? this ain't nothin' like a freedom to me. it's more of ignoring a precautionary apparatus that has proven itself through time.
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