Monday 10 September 2012 6.06pm
I think it's a bit harsh to criticise Pops for this, it's really important to stop and assist others, but you have to be careful that you don't go a bit far, if they say they are fine. You can't go home with them!
You did the right thing Pops, hopefully she did tell the school office when she got in.
I find it more than a bit harsh, it borders on being out of order especially coming from someone who's previously stated:
"Le Roi Tuesday 19 September 2006 11.54am
i agree Al,
Considering the statistic of bicycle/pedestrian accidents it would be a fair bet that the people who are being vocal against cyclists are simply prejudiced and not directly affected themselves.
When I see a cyclist on the pavement I have no objection whatsoever.
I have seen others who take exception and who feel its their 'duty' to give out - I am disgusted by this outward exhibition of sheer prejudice, its a bit sickening.
Our community has been built on tolerance and a 'live and let live' policy. Complaining about cyclists on the pavement truly shows their (newly arrived) colours. I do hope they dont complain when they in turn are faced with intolerance.
What goes around, comes around.