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Published: Thursday, Dec. 19 2013 11:45 a.m. MST

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Bountiful, UT

This is why I spend my winters in San Diego...tennis or golf anyone?

one old man
Ogden, UT

Way to go, LivinLarge. Rub it in. Rub it in.

Then again, why don't you really, really enjoy it all vicariously for those of us who are stuck up here? Have a nice, warm Merry Christmas.

Just don't tell us about it . . . .

Fred T

I was intrigued by the picture showin gthe unicycle rider in the backgroudn of the car accident photo.
But I was aghast at the bike rider among the cars.
Stupid is as stupid does.
The cars drivers windows weren't cleared, the bike rider was in the slush.... a deth waiting to happen...
Oh yeah, and who's ski masks haven't fogged up on then just like the car windows.
Why do bike riders think they are cars? I'm scared to death riding my bike on the city streets, I would NEVER be out in traffic (on a snowy or sunny day)


And a guy rides calmly by on a unicycle?

Sego Lilly
Salt Lake City, UT

Fred T

PHOENIX, AZ I started walking in the bike lanes because most of the people who ride bikes ride them on the sidewalks. I have almost gotten hit several times. How nice of the governor here wasting all that tax payers money on something that very few people use. And as far as the bike laws here are concerned. In on paragraph it says one thing and two paragraphs down it says something else in the law books. Just google utah bike laws

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