oliver at are-b.org
Fri Jul 20 07:33:39 EDT 2007
And I also agree with your argument, the fact still remains, people are
generally stupid, and we can't revoke/pull everybody from the road and
teach everybody to be a F1 driver. In an indeal super world, may be, but
not in our current one. A lot of people don't want to learn, nor care
for it. I know 'we' might be different, but 99% of the them other
Peter Lawler schreef:
> oliver wrote:
>> The thing is, I totally get your point and agree. The fact of the matter
>> is however, that people are lazy. And i tweak/tinker with a lot of
>> stuff, but some thing should _just_ work.
>> So ok, maybe thunderbird is a crappy reader and all, but the flaw in
>> your example is, why would you drive slow on a road, just cause
>> everybody else driving slowly? Well first of all, there's a speed limit.
>> So that each car pretty much chuggs along the same speed. And then, not
>> everybody wants/needs/is a car mechanic with a sleek sportscar, feat.
>> 600 Horses.
> Your analogy is so wrong it's almost pointless trying to correct it.
> What you should be comparing, is someone driving a sleek sportscar who
> has no idea how to drive, and a professional driver in say F1 or
> whatever the US folks have as their #1 professional driving competition
> driving the same care.
> The non-driver should be taken off the road, be instructed, and then
> they should be let back on the road.
> PS: Yes, I'm an advocate for licenses, or at least some basic tests,
> before one's allowed online.
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