>>1129162>Either way, way to move them goalposts and not even respond to anything I had just written.
The problem with this, is that I had one and one only, very simple point, that makes absolute sense, and i wanted to avoid being drawn into the quagmire of your cognitive dissonance by replying to every thing you have to say about other things.
You have been posting as if laws are universal, or as if everyone on here is American. That is all I had to say >>it is legal to wear headphones when cycling>>It is legal to fuck 16 year olds
These posts were to bring your attention to the localised nature of laws, and illustrate my point about how stupid you sound. Completely over your head. I'm sorry for not being more clear. >>1129141>How can you claim, or at least support the claim, that headphones are the "only sensible solution" when you just admitted that there are places where it is illegal?
That was another poster. Refuting you doesn't constitute supporting him. >I live in such a place.
No shit, only Americans think the world revolves around them >I agree with you in principle; I don't want them to be illegal. And I don't think it's fair for them to be illegal when car drivers are allowed to be deaf or blast music so loud they can't hear outside their car.
I didn't say weather i agree or disagree with this law>I don't think it's a law that will be overturned anytime soon, so I must use an alternative.
Brown nosing pussy >Technically, I can use only one earbud or heapdhone to be within the law, but that's both uncomfortable (to me) and asymmetric wear to my hearing.I also just realized that you can't wear glasses while using bone-conducting headphones, so that rules it out for me.
Man i really don't care about this from you, who's already entered the zone of 'extremely tedious faggotry', you want to switch back to trading blogposts?>That really only leaves bike-mounted speaker(s).
Godspeed with the anime music you glorious autist