Speedtrap warning device using any GPS receiver.
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At 07:34 AM 11/4/01 -0800, Arnold Chord wrote:
>Interesting concept...except walking and running is a Human right, driving
>is a human responsibility.
>If I weighed 2500 pounds and could travel in excess of 80 miles and hour I
>would consider this a legitimate arguement.
I think the more relevant point is that in a walking accident, you aren't
likely to take out very many of your co-walkers or bystanders.
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