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Red Light Camera July 19, 2014 at 02:12 PM
Thank you Kathryn Javandel for that clarification but lets not lose sight of the big picture. JUST Read MoreBECAUSE there are no cameras where you live DOESN'T MEAN that you're not a target to be victimized by the DRL camera industry. (California has more cameras than most states and has the highest fines per incident). OUR MISSION is to inform people who care AND to give them the tools to FIGHT BACK.
Red Light Camera July 19, 2014 at 02:28 PM
Hi Kathryn Javandel, Great comments. We would love to talk to both you and your husband. RE:Read MoreTHREE SECOND RULE: a) Most drivers do not know this b) Because it's not always the same drivers are mystified to perceive what the standard is c) Even if it was always 3 seconds, humans do not perceive time differently (or not at all). Ask your husband to read our article and focus on our analogy 4) IDENTIFYING THE SAFETY FLAW: Forcing drivers to guess at the critical stop or go decision point.. // The law fails to give drivers the information that is necessary and reasonable to make safer decisions. Because yellow lights are all timed differently and because drivers must guess how much time *and distance* is necessary to either stop or go safely: Americans are all HELPLESS to obey the law!// • THE LAWS OF CALCULUS DICTATE: An equation containing only variables is unsolvable. The driver’s decision to stop or go at the onset of the yellow light is a formula that is unsolvable because it has no constants. For several reasons (Including “Time flies when you’re having fun”) the human perception of time must always be considered a variable. Pure time solutions (such as yellow lights) violate the first law of calculus. // • THE LAWS OF PHYSICS DICTATE: The information of both TIME and DISTANCE are required for drivers to make responsible decisions at yellow traffic lights. Traffic intersection designs do not give drivers the necessary “safe stopping distance” information needed to make safer choices. The FinnLine solves this issue
Red Light Camera July 19, 2014 at 02:29 PM
Hi Kathryn Javandel, Great comments. We would love to talk to both you and your husband. RE: THREERead MoreS ECOND RULE: a) Most drivers do not know this b) Because it's not always the same drivers are mystified to perceive what the standard is c) Even if it was always 3 seconds, humans all perceive time differently (or not at all). // Ask your husband to read our article and focus on our analogy 4) IDENTIFYING THE SAFETY FLAW: Forcing drivers to guess at the critical stop or go decision point.. // The law fails to give drivers the information that is necessary and reasonable to make safer decisions. Because yellow lights are all timed differently and because drivers must guess how much time *and distance* is necessary to either stop or go safely: Americans are all HELPLESS to obey the law!// • THE LAWS OF CALCULUS DICTATE: An equation containing only variables is unsolvable. The driver’s decision to stop or go at the onset of the yellow light is a formula that is unsolvable because it has no constants. For several reasons (Including “Time flies when you’re having fun”) the human perception of time must always be considered a variable. Pure time solutions (such as yellow lights) violate the first law of calculus. // • THE LAWS OF PHYSICS DICTATE: The information of both TIME and DISTANCE are required for drivers to make responsible decisions at yellow traffic lights. Traffic intersection designs do not give drivers the necessary “safe stopping distance” information needed to make safer choices. The FinnLine solves this issue
thorn July 21, 2014 at 03:59 AM
fantastic- so looks like a relatively small system/ not your entire roof- and still well worth theRead Morei nvestment good deal
Alan Eckert July 21, 2014 at 12:39 PM
We covered as much as we could when we put our solar up last year. It's much cheaper to add theRead Morepane ls up front instead of dealing with additional labor later on.
Senior A. Titude July 11, 2014 at 11:54 AM
I'm sorry about your/your son's experience. Been there. It doesn't help now, but just know yourRead Moreson will grow up and find a positive path in life. Fight for him, and if it doesn't work, look beyond it as a momentary glitch. In the grand scheme of things, they can't take away how special he is.
Adrienne Saltzberg July 20, 2014 at 01:49 PM
Thanks for taking the time Senior, much appreciated. I do know what you mean but can't help feelRead Moresad . Since this incident, my son has decided that he is "not good at art" because "I was kicked out of art camp". Working really hard to rebuild his confidence in that arena but he has a mental block. I find this tragic since he once loved art. Hard to believe an "art center" could stifle the creativity of a young child. If they only knew how damaging their actions are. Sickens me that these individuals are working with children. The other thing that really gets me is that the city donates $375,000 per year to their facility. Not a very charitable vibe from a place that relies on the help of others to maintain its facility.
Caryl O'Keefe July 05, 2014 at 02:00 PM
Albany's law requires dogs to be under control rather than leashed, see section 10-1 of the code at Read Morehttp://clerkshq.com/default.ashx?clientsite=albany-ca. There's a duty to report a dog bite of a person, or of another dog, to the police within a few days. That appears to be for the risk of rabies. I wish it said the owners of the uncontrolled dogs had to pay the vet bills for injured dogs and people.
Senior A. Titude July 05, 2014 at 05:37 PM
The problem with "under control" is most people think it's good enough if their dog obeys Read Moreafter the 15th command. For a while I carried a stick when we walked but it got to be a hassle. Would have been better used on the owners, anyway.
Robert Cheasty July 06, 2014 at 12:30 PM
Sorry to hear about the attack. In the State of California the owners of a dog that attacks aRead Moreperson or another dog is responsible for the harm the aggressor dog causes. That would include liability for medical and vet bills and for the injuries themselves. The owner has strict liability for harm caused.
Autumn Johnson July 03, 2014 at 12:00 PM
@Dave, We are launching a new platform soon and hopefully all of those annoying kind of things will Read Morebe long gone! Fingers crossed for all of us!
Autumn Johnson July 03, 2014 at 12:00 PM
@Dave, We are launching a new platform soon and hopefully all of those annoying kinds of glitchesRead Morewi ll be long gone! Fingers crossed for all of us!
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