Share the Road!

Share the Road signs fledgling in Hoboken

After seeing these countless times, I’m no longer sure who these “share the road” signs were intended for anymore. Is it to remind drivers about the psycho bikers? Or for cyclists who drive recklessly to remember that multi-ton, high speed “mobile devices” can kill them in an instant?

Either way – the signs are now obviously suffering from “urban decay” as this one near the Hoboken High School is marred with stickers and other (intentionally placed) dirt. Most likely some kind of food. Haha!

I still believe that the ROADS were intended primarily for motor vehicles – and instead of clamoring for bike safety – people should just assume the “bike at your own risk” mentality and be done with it.

Share the road sign vandalized in Hoboken NJ

Hoboken has “share the road” signs

6/11/2009:

Many have said that despite street markings and signage – Hoboken is not the most bike friendly town around. With double parkers, stop-sign runners, and general lack of courtesy. At the same time, bikers aren’t necessarily the friendliest either – riding on sidewalks, also violating traffic signals – and being arrogant pricks thinking the world owes them favors.

Anyway, I spotted another new “share the road” sign on Bloomfield between 11th and 12th. Most likely will be ignored by drivers.

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47 Responses

  1. blaueaugen says:

    maybe is these f’ing bicyclers actually followed traffic rules like riding with traffic, stopping at stop signs and traffic lights and riding down the right way on one way streets…courtesty goes BOTH WAYS!!! rules of the road hold the same for bike riders and car drivers!

    • sullyx says:

      f’ing bicyclers? f you blaueugen, you’re probably the prick that almost hit me while making an illegal left while blabbing on your cell phone while I had the right of way on the road.

      In response to blaueaugen who said:

      maybe is these f’ing bicyclers actually followed traffic rules like riding with traffic, stopping at stop signs and traffic lights and riding down the right way on one way streets…courtesty goes BOTH WAYS!!! rules of the road hold the same for bike riders and car drivers!

    • scottm says:

      Oh yeah, because motorists in all respect stop signs and parking laws.

      I biked to work for years in Virginia, but sold my bike the minute I saw Hoboken and Jersey City drivers. Having witnessed one woman and her toddler run over by a pickup truck turning left at a stop sign without looking for pedestrians, and having been chased of crosswalks myself by cars completely oblivious to their surroundings, you’ll never convince me motorists are the law abiding ones in town.

      In response to blaueaugen who said:

      maybe is these f’ing bicyclers actually followed traffic rules like riding with traffic, stopping at stop signs and traffic lights and riding down the right way on one way streets…courtesty goes BOTH WAYS!!! rules of the road hold the same for bike riders and car drivers!

      • wiskeytango1 says:

        Scott M, Many vehicles with out of state tags shoot out of
        the lipton bldg pk lot as well as the hudson st n 14th at
        a high rate of speed…Lets not identify the wackos as just
        the hoboken drivers. Lots of kamikaze pilots on bikes scotters
        electric bikes on their way to work..some on cell phones..

        In response to scottm who said:

        Oh yeah, because motorists in all respect stop signs and parking laws.

        I biked to work for years in Virginia, but sold my bike the minute I saw Hoboken and Jersey City drivers. Having witnessed one woman and her toddler run over by a pickup truck turning left at a stop sign without looking for pedestrians, and having been chased of crosswalks myself by cars completely oblivious to their surroundings, you’ll never convince me motorists are the law abiding ones in town.

  2. justaview says:

    it sure looks like that car is gonna kill that biker!

  3. 9 says:

    I agree with you that a lot of bikers, ahem, take liberties with traffic laws, but there are too many motorists who are either oblivious to bikers’ presence, or just don’t give two shits. And don’t get me started on the double parking, which is why these bike lanes will never work.

    • wiskeytango1 says:

      hey nut cases with bikes..This is not malaysia,or manila..Not
      Paris,or Prague..Not Mayberry RFD..The most moranic stunt
      I saw was a woman with a kid in a type of rear seat on a
      bike..Real smart..chit head mom.Another crossing on a bike
      talking on the cell phone..This is the new breed..Also the
      illegal nannys pushing newbees kids crossing streets not
      looking while on cell phones. Hey another complaint..Pot
      holes in the bike paths..taxpayers revolt..rotf.

      In response to 9 who said:

      I agree with you that a lot of bikers, ahem, take liberties with traffic laws, but there are too many motorists who are either oblivious to bikers’ presence, or just don’t give two shits. And don’t get me started on the double parking, which is why these bike lanes will never work.

      • wiskeytango1 says:

        It was moranic to even pass that ordnance with the dangers
        involved..Town just not constructed to accommodate a asian
        Europian type atmosphere…Ludicious and absurd to say the
        least..A train wreck waiting to happen..

        In response to wiskeytango1 who said:

        hey nut cases with bikes..This is not malaysia,or manila..Not
        Paris,or Prague..Not Mayberry RFD..The most moranic stunt
        I saw was a woman with a kid in a type of rear seat on a
        bike..Real smart..chit head mom.Another crossing on a bike
        talking on the cell phone..This is the new breed..Also the
        illegal nannys pushing newbees kids crossing streets not
        looking while on cell phones. Hey another complaint..Pot
        holes in the bike paths..taxpayers revolt..rotf.

      • bradykp says:

        the town was also not constructed to handle the amount of cars it handles. doesn’t mean the town cannot be improved to handle bikes and cars, or any mix of them. it’s this amazing thing called brains. technology has also helped us.

        we’re actually very similar to a lot of european cities structurally and in size.

        In response to wiskeytango1 who said:

        It was moranic to even pass that ordnance with the dangers
        involved..Town just not constructed to accommodate a asian
        Europian type atmosphere…Ludicious and absurd to say the
        least..A train wreck waiting to happen..

  4. Imasucker Bravo says:

    You know, it’s a shame my children will never learn the joys of riding a bike like I did when I grew up. In order for them to safely ride, I have to load their two bicycles in my car and drive to Liberty State Park.

    Now I know why there are no bicycle racks at my childrens’ school. Would you want your child riding a bike to school in Hoboken?

    • wiskeytango1 says:

      bravo.You have to be crazy to even let the kids ride a bike
      in the street..As kids many of us rode bikes on the sidewalk.
      streets were closed off and nites we rode on roller skates..
      Again your not in the farm lands with open space.You should
      be realistic if you love your kids.This is not where you
      came from..motorcycles ride in packs at night on washington
      st..comeon,there not hoboken people.Yet not one newbee
      complains at the councel meetings in regard to that..

      In response to Imasucker Bravo who said:

      You know, it’s a shame my children will never learn the joys of riding a bike like I did when I grew up. In order for them to safely ride, I have to load their two bicycles in my car and drive to Liberty State Park.

      Now I know why there are no bicycle racks at my childrens’ school. Would you want your child riding a bike to school in Hoboken?

  5. mooshu says:

    I think that anyone who decides to ride a bike in this town is clearly out of his/her mind. But, again, that’s just me.

    I’d like to add that, as of late and in spite of these signs, I have seen MORE cyclists riding along sidewalks instead of streets. It pisses me off, immensely. And so I really hope that a pedestrian accidently runs into a stupid cyclist on the sidewalk, knocking him/her off the bike.

    Enjoy learning the hard way.

  6. mooshu says:

    And while I’m at it, can some of you “parents” take your kids to play in the park nearby instead of allowing them to play stick ball in the middle of the street? One of these days, their ball is going to break a window or smash or hit a car and piss off a stupid driver, and then you’re gonna have some trouble on your hands.

    Get off your lazy asses and walk two blocks to the f*ck’n park!

    • wiskeytango1 says:

      We played 5 sewer plate stickball years ago..Pity the poor
      motorist that tried to give us chit..He got a donnen dell
      on his car and his head..What stick ball are you gonna play
      in a small park and step in dog chit or annoy elders..gee

      In response to mooshu who said:

      And while I’m at it, can some of you “parents” take your kids to play in the park nearby instead of allowing them to play stick ball in the middle of the street? One of these days, their ball is going to break a window or smash or hit a car and piss off a stupid driver, and then you’re gonna have some trouble on your hands.

      Get off your lazy asses and walk two blocks to the f*ck’n park!

      • 8thStGuy says:

        wiskeytango1.. I gotta tell you, you seem like a real as$hole. Is English your first language?

        In response to wiskeytango1 who said:

        We played 5 sewer plate stickball years ago..Pity the poor
        motorist that tried to give us chit..He got a donnen dell
        on his car and his head..What stick ball are you gonna play
        in a small park and step in dog chit or annoy elders..gee

      • mooshu says:

        Sweetie, that’s because, back when you were a kid, there wasn’t an angry, beefy asshole named “Antunny” behind the wheel of an SUV to step out of the car and threaten you with a bat or other weapon.

        I got that from a stupid driver while trying to cross 14th street once. A bald jerk decided to swerve like the Knight Rider when he wasn’t supposed to, nearly running me over as I’d crossed. And when I yelled “ASSHOLE”, he actually stuck his enormous head out of the car and threatened me.

        I gave him a stare down. He was lucky I didn’t reach into my pocket for my cellphone in order to make a little call.

        Most drivers are arrogant, ignorant morons.

        In response to wiskeytango1 who said:

        We played 5 sewer plate stickball years ago..Pity the poor
        motorist that tried to give us chit..He got a donnen dell
        on his car and his head..What stick ball are you gonna play
        in a small park and step in dog chit or annoy elders..gee

      • wiskeytango1 says:

        Mosshu..In regard to the arsehole that threatented you from
        his her vehicle..A good ghetto trick is to challange them
        to get out of the car ,then bolt by them into their car
        and drive away..that il show them..pedestrians have the
        right of way..We don’t know what a person has on their mind
        or if their carring concealed weapons,or if their stoned.
        Mosshu,your best bet was to snap a pic,with the cell phone
        or jot down the license tag..You can offically have a
        summons sent to that person..No lie.Better safe than sorry.

        In response to mooshu who said:

        Sweetie, that’s because, back when you were a kid, there wasn’t an angry, beefy asshole named “Antunny” behind the wheel of an SUV to step out of the car and threaten you with a bat or other weapon.

        I got that from a stupid driver while trying to cross 14th street once. A bald jerk decided to swerve like the Knight Rider when he wasn’t supposed to, nearly running me over as I’d crossed. And when I yelled “ASSHOLE”, he actually stuck his enormous head out of the car and threatened me.

        I gave him a stare down. He was lucky I didn’t reach into my pocket for my cellphone in order to make a little call.

        Most drivers are arrogant, ignorant morons.

      • wiskeytango1 says:

        Mooshu,second response as to when i was a kid,Antunny or
        clarence ever got out of their car,A tarantella would be
        performed on their head and car..In the mid 50’s and 60’s
        no one dared to challange the boys on first and Monroe st.
        Some cops hoped that we would all get drafted..rotf..There
        were six or seven groups in hoboken including Spanish kids.
        Heaven help someone that talked down to our parents in the
        street..while crossing the otherside..Be carefull.

        In response to wiskeytango1 who said:

        Mosshu..In regard to the arsehole that threatented you from
        his her vehicle..A good ghetto trick is to challange them
        to get out of the car ,then bolt by them into their car
        and drive away..that il show them..pedestrians have the
        right of way..We don’t know what a person has on their mind
        or if their carring concealed weapons,or if their stoned.
        Mosshu,your best bet was to snap a pic,with the cell phone
        or jot down the license tag..You can offically have a
        summons sent to that person..No lie.Better safe than sorry.

      • Stpaddygirl says:

        I enjoy wiskeytango1’s posts on growing up hoboken….I don’t understand some of the terms used but I like em anyway!!

        In response to wiskeytango1 who said:

        Mooshu,second response as to when i was a kid,Antunny or
        clarence ever got out of their car,A tarantella would be
        performed on their head and car..In the mid 50’s and 60’s
        no one dared to challange the boys on first and Monroe st.
        Some cops hoped that we would all get drafted..rotf..There
        were six or seven groups in hoboken including Spanish kids.
        Heaven help someone that talked down to our parents in the
        street..while crossing the otherside..Be carefull.

      • mooshu says:

        wisky, you’re cute. And likely squishy.

        But the point is that times… they have-a-changed, and some of these arrogant, ignorant drivers think that their penis is bigger than yours. And the beauty of it is that they’re actually the cowards when it comes to threatening pedestrians with weapons– without a gun or bat, they are nothing.

        In response to wiskeytango1 who said:

        Mosshu..In regard to the arsehole that threatented you from
        his her vehicle..A good ghetto trick is to challange them
        to get out of the car ,then bolt by them into their car
        and drive away..that il show them..pedestrians have the
        right of way..We don’t know what a person has on their mind
        or if their carring concealed weapons,or if their stoned.
        Mosshu,your best bet was to snap a pic,with the cell phone
        or jot down the license tag..You can offically have a
        summons sent to that person..No lie.Better safe than sorry.

      • mooshu says:

        wisk, if he weren’t driving so fast, I’d probably have jotted down his license plate info into my memory bank (which is quite strong). I’ve done that numerous times.

        The guy’s speed was downright f*ck’n scary. I think that, at the time, I just wanted to get the heck out of the way.

        Maybe he’ll learn when he crashes into something someday.

        In response to wiskeytango1 who said:

        Mosshu..In regard to the arsehole that threatented you from
        his her vehicle..A good ghetto trick is to challange them
        to get out of the car ,then bolt by them into their car
        and drive away..that il show them..pedestrians have the
        right of way..We don’t know what a person has on their mind
        or if their carring concealed weapons,or if their stoned.
        Mosshu,your best bet was to snap a pic,with the cell phone
        or jot down the license tag..You can offically have a
        summons sent to that person..No lie.Better safe than sorry.

      • escaped68 says:

        We had a stickball game going almost all the time. It started sometime in the afternoon and it ran until the lights went on. When someone went home for dinner somebody took his place and when he came back he waited for someone to leave and then he was in.Forget about the parks you can’t play stickball in the park too many trees and no sewer plates for bases. Cars we didn’t worry about cars, windows and drivers. But we were lucky in a way I live on 6th and park and park isn’t a through street so we got a break. We played more ball then most kids do now, we didnt need uniforms, adult supervision,or really adult interference we just played ball.

        In response to wiskeytango1 who said:

        We played 5 sewer plate stickball years ago..Pity the poor
        motorist that tried to give us chit..He got a donnen dell
        on his car and his head..What stick ball are you gonna play
        in a small park and step in dog chit or annoy elders..gee

      • lokelyokel says:

        What does this have to do with the article??? Are you just here to swap stories of yesteryear?

        In response to escaped68 who said:

        We had a stickball game going almost all the time. It started sometime in the afternoon and it ran until the lights went on. When someone went home for dinner somebody took his place and when he came back he waited for someone to leave and then he was in.Forget about the parks you can’t play stickball in the park too many trees and no sewer plates for bases. Cars we didn’t worry about cars, windows and drivers. But we were lucky in a way I live on 6th and park and park isn’t a through street so we got a break. We played more ball then most kids do now, we didnt need uniforms, adult supervision,or really adult interference we just played ball.

    • Imasucker Bravo says:

      You know what? When I want to practice softball with my daughter, I do go to the park, but that nearby park happens to be in Weehawken. Talk about wide open space, they have awesome athletic fields.

      In response to mooshu who said:

      And while I’m at it, can some of you “parents” take your kids to play in the park nearby instead of allowing them to play stick ball in the middle of the street? One of these days, their ball is going to break a window or smash or hit a car and piss off a stupid driver, and then you’re gonna have some trouble on your hands.

      Get off your lazy asses and walk two blocks to the f*ck’n park!

      • mooshu says:

        Thank you. Agreed. Actually, my husband plays tennis on those athletic fields– they are the best and it feels like not many folks know about them.

        In response to Imasucker Bravo who said:

        You know what? When I want to practice softball with my daughter, I do go to the park, but that nearby park happens to be in Weehawken. Talk about wide open space, they have awesome athletic fields.

      • Imasucker Bravo says:

        It’s just a shame that’s where we have to go since there are not adequate facilities here in Hoboken.

        In response to mooshu who said:

        Thank you. Agreed. Actually, my husband plays tennis on those athletic fields– they are the best and it feels like not many folks know about them.

      • mooshu says:

        I love your username, by the way!

        In response to Imasucker Bravo who said:

        It’s just a shame that’s where we have to go since there are not adequate facilities here in Hoboken.

    • lokelyokel says:

      Mooshu, I was playing stickball once and hit the ball over 600 ft. No fake…

      In response to mooshu who said:

      And while I’m at it, can some of you “parents” take your kids to play in the park nearby instead of allowing them to play stick ball in the middle of the street? One of these days, their ball is going to break a window or smash or hit a car and piss off a stupid driver, and then you’re gonna have some trouble on your hands.

      Get off your lazy asses and walk two blocks to the f*ck’n park!

  7. mooshu says:

    OH, and by the way, the only reason I’m saying something about the stickball is that these kids are playing on the street, regardless of the presence of traffic and idiotic motorists/cyclists.

    Geez. At least when we kids played stick/handball in the street, we weren’t rude to drivers. Maybe we had a bit more tact…

  8. shootyz23 says:

    Mooshu:

    You are right…drivers, though not all are “arrogant,idiot drivers”. Maybe that is the reason bikers use the sidewalk?..or do you think that bikers just prefer to have to dodge pedestrians on the sidewalk? As a biker, I am on the sidewlk all the time, not out of want but out of need to avoid the very same “arrogant, idiot drivers” from killing me. If I recall, you once claimed that bikers have a “sense of entitlement to ride a bike”…..to be clear, bikers do not belong on the sidewalk, but I would bet that none would want to be on the sidewalk either. It is done mostly out of need.By the way, you sound like a grouch.

    • bradykp says:

      i admit that the drivers in this town are annoying, i think many are inconsiderate. but i refuse to ride my bike on the sidewalk. this only adds to the problem. if cyclists rode on the road, where they belong, and commanded their space on the road – the drivers would have no choice but to respect that.

      and if i get hit by a driver, i have someone to help me pay my student loans off. hehe jk. but honestly, ride on the road, where you belong, and stop contributing to the negative image people get of bikers that do not follow the rules. there are plenty of streets in town where biking is safer than others. and the more we take our spot on the road, the more drivers will cede it.

      In response to shootyz23 who said:

      Mooshu:

      You are right…drivers, though not all are “arrogant,idiot drivers”. Maybe that is the reason bikers use the sidewalk?..or do you think that bikers just prefer to have to dodge pedestrians on the sidewalk? As a biker, I am on the sidewlk all the time, not out of want but out of need to avoid the very same “arrogant, idiot drivers” from killing me. If I recall, you once claimed that bikers have a “sense of entitlement to ride a bike”…..to be clear, bikers do not belong on the sidewalk, but I would bet that none would want to be on the sidewalk either. It is done mostly out of need.By the way, you sound like a grouch.

    • mooshu says:

      Thanks. I’d rather be a grouch than an entitled jerk.

      Where? Where do some of you “need” to bike so badly? Hoboken is a square mile so I’d really love to know where all of you are going. Neither of my bike-riding friends cycle in this town because other cyclists, motorists, even pedestrians are both stupid or crazy. They get the heck out of town to do so. Why? Because there’s more space and freedom to move in neighboring towns, even NYC.

      As for me, I walk through this town like no one’s business– no need for a bike.

      Regardless, I’m not interested in whether you elect to cycle, drive or waltz through town. What I care about is that you folks on wheels follow the damn rules and stop making up your own. Of course, most of you will remain stubborn about this topic and go on and on about why your bikes and cars deserve to continue to take up space in a mini city of 45,000…

      Just don’t get it.

      :: Shrug ::

      Good luck with that.

      In response to shootyz23 who said:

      Mooshu:

      You are right…drivers, though not all are “arrogant,idiot drivers”. Maybe that is the reason bikers use the sidewalk?..or do you think that bikers just prefer to have to dodge pedestrians on the sidewalk? As a biker, I am on the sidewlk all the time, not out of want but out of need to avoid the very same “arrogant, idiot drivers” from killing me. If I recall, you once claimed that bikers have a “sense of entitlement to ride a bike”…..to be clear, bikers do not belong on the sidewalk, but I would bet that none would want to be on the sidewalk either. It is done mostly out of need.By the way, you sound like a grouch.

  9. MidnightRacer says:

    mooshu wrote to riskytango: “Sweetie, that’s because, back when you were a kid, there wasn’t an angry, beefy asshole named “Antunny” behind the wheel of an SUV to step out of the car and threaten you with a bat or other weapon.

    I got that from a stupid driver while trying to cross 14th street once. A bald jerk decided to swerve like the Knight Rider when he wasn’t supposed to, nearly running me over as I’d crossed. And when I yelled “ASSHOLE”, he actually stuck his enormous head out of the car and threatened me.”

    This rings a bell. Wasn’t there a case where someone in an SUV actually beat a pedestrian with a bat a year+ ago?

    • Easy-E says:

      What kind of a low-life threatens a woman???

      Really, sometimes I wonder WTF is wrong with people.

      In response to MidnightRacer who said:

      mooshu wrote to riskytango: “Sweetie, that’s because, back when you were a kid, there wasn’t an angry, beefy asshole named “Antunny” behind the wheel of an SUV to step out of the car and threaten you with a bat or other weapon.

      I got that from a stupid driver while trying to cross 14th street once. A bald jerk decided to swerve like the Knight Rider when he wasn’t supposed to, nearly running me over as I’d crossed. And when I yelled “ASSHOLE”, he actually stuck his enormous head out of the car and threatened me.”

      This rings a bell. Wasn’t there a case where someone in an SUV actually beat a pedestrian with a bat a year+ ago?

      • mooshu says:

        THANK you.

        In response to Easy-E who said:

        What kind of a low-life threatens a woman???

        Really, sometimes I wonder WTF is wrong with people.

    • mooshu says:

      Probably. Road rage is common. And most SUV drivers are assholes. But I wasn’t hit with anything.

      In response to MidnightRacer who said:

      mooshu wrote to riskytango: “Sweetie, that’s because, back when you were a kid, there wasn’t an angry, beefy asshole named “Antunny” behind the wheel of an SUV to step out of the car and threaten you with a bat or other weapon.

      I got that from a stupid driver while trying to cross 14th street once. A bald jerk decided to swerve like the Knight Rider when he wasn’t supposed to, nearly running me over as I’d crossed. And when I yelled “ASSHOLE”, he actually stuck his enormous head out of the car and threatened me.”

      This rings a bell. Wasn’t there a case where someone in an SUV actually beat a pedestrian with a bat a year+ ago?

  10. emarche says:

    No. Not a baseball. The guy jumped out of his car up on 14th street with a hunting knife and tried to stab a pedestrian. He was taken into custody.

    Mooshu, what kind of a car was this dolt driving? I’ve nearly been clipped by a bald guy 3 times now – would love to know if it’s the same guy.

    • mooshu says:

      A big, black SUV, the kind that’s about a foot taller than I am. Looked very clean and shiny, too.

      I’m hoping that the driver isn’t an officer.

      In response to emarche who said:

      No. Not a baseball. The guy jumped out of his car up on 14th street with a hunting knife and tried to stab a pedestrian. He was taken into custody.

      Mooshu, what kind of a car was this dolt driving? I’ve nearly been clipped by a bald guy 3 times now – would love to know if it’s the same guy.

      • emarche says:

        A lot of limo services up around that area as well as the very shiny, black SUVs used by lil’ Jon Corzine. Hope it wasn’t one of his lead-foot drivers.

        In response to mooshu who said:

        A big, black SUV, the kind that’s about a foot taller than I am. Looked very clean and shiny, too.

        I’m hoping that the driver isn’t an officer.

  11. Stpaddygirl says:

    Black Escalade ?? There seem to be a million of them in town running red lights and parking illegally in cross walks.

  12. mooshu says:

    You know what, Stpaddy? I just had a look-see at SUV photos online and, yes, the vehicle did highly resemble an Escalade. Thanks.

    E, don’t get me wrong– I am not anti-police, here. I think that a big handful of them are douchie but not all. It’s just that I’ve seen big SUV’s parked all along 2nd and Hudson and wouldn’t be surprised if this is yet another abuse of power.

    • wiskeytango1 says:

      Mooshu,regard (penis)Blush blush. If you were a guy or with
      people,different story..On Washington St and Hudson St the
      vehicles fly out of the lipton bldg and 14th st..Many women
      pushing carriages and people running to work..Again many
      vehicles have out of state tags..Precious children on their
      way to school is something to be on the aleart for..

      In response to mooshu who said:

      You know what, Stpaddy? I just had a look-see at SUV photos online and, yes, the vehicle did highly resemble an Escalade. Thanks.

      E, don’t get me wrong– I am not anti-police, here. I think that a big handful of them are douchie but not all. It’s just that I’ve seen big SUV’s parked all along 2nd and Hudson and wouldn’t be surprised if this is yet another abuse of power.

  13. mooshu says:

    Wow. Never thought I’d see the day in which I’d make someone blush :).

    • wiskeytango1 says:

      moshhahh to be honsest with you,a bit erotic..I have to
      think with the big head..you seem to be a sport and not a
      prude..Never lose your wit and sense of humor..Hugs lady:)

      In response to mooshu who said:

      Wow. Never thought I’d see the day in which I’d make someone blush :).

  14. mooshu says:

    Thanks. Yes, I’m a sport… until I’m crossed 0:).

    Have a super weekend!

  15. animal_lover says:

    They were part of a Bikes Belong movement. Most towns now have a sign below it that says “yield to pedestrians”. At any rate in Hoboken no traffic laws are enforced for cyclist and bikes ride in violation of the ADA on the sidewalks. So bikers griping about rights have intruded on community safety. In this context the “share the road” sign is a “we hate cars” symbol not much unlike the “we hate dogs” signs around town.

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