Thank you for what? Obeying the traffic laws you were supposed to in the first place and for not comitting vehicular manslaughter?

But actually is it manslaughter when you are on the road, where only cars should be? Sidewalks are for people, roads are for privileged people in the cars.

Not a lawyer, etc etc, but as I understand it, yes, it’s still manslaughter. The place where a motor vehicles strikes a person doesn’t really matter. What matters is whether the accident was due to negligence, which would make it vehicular manslaughter, or whether it was done by murderous intent, which would make it vehicular homicide. Someone correct me if I’m wrong, though.

Dude, that was irony about current point of view regrading cars and people on foot. I thought “privileged people in cars” was a hint, but clearly not. Yes, from law point of view it’s manslaughter. With more and more self driving cars that could change and stuff like above picture are clear proof of direction everything is taking.

Ah, my bad, I’m not good at detecting irony sometimes. Thanks for explaining, though.

I thought this was a parody.

What if I paint a cinderblock yellow? Can i carry that instead of the flag?

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