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Where to place stops: using an indicator as stop loss – rsi

Bicyclists in Idaho (PDF) are permitted to regard stop signs as yields and red lights as stop signs (essentially; see the actual law for details). This seems to be a good compromise, combining the fact that bicycles are smaller, more maneuverable, and less risky for crossing intersections with the fact that you do need to pause at red lights and be cautious when passing through intersections.
Idaho’s legislation was repealed in 1982, and it was introduced in Oregon’s legislature but failed to gain enough support to pass. California and Montana have considered similar legislation, but it has not yet been introduced in their legislatures. So far, Idaho appears to be the only state in the US with such a rule.
In the United Kingdom, cyclists are not permitted to pass through red lights; however, at certain intersections, the best time for a rider to leave an advanced stop box at a red light is just before the light turns green. For example, after all of the other “legs” have turned red and the cyclist can see that all traffic has come to a halt.

Video: no end in sight as stop & shop strike

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Getting by as stop motion artists in mid 2020?

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Paper model “ninja”, as stop motion

DALLAS, Texas — The Asian American community is still reeling from a deadly shooting in Atlanta earlier this month that killed eight people, six of whom were of Asian origin, and the rest of the country is discovering that anti-Asian racism is a serious problem.
From March 2020 to February 2021, there were nearly 4,000 recorded cases of discrimination against people of AAPI backgrounds, according to the organization Stop AAPI Hate, although they claim this figure is possibly an undercount.
The text states, “Historically, violence affecting Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders has been ignored or even dismissed.” “The City of Dallas wishes to reaffirm its commitment to the well-being and wellbeing of its Asian American community, assuring them that they are not alone and that we are committed to ending the spread of hatred and racism of all forms.”

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