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(Axios)   Deadly pedestrian accidents rise 200 percent in Maine as locals are still adjusting to those newfangled horseless carriages   (axios.com) divider line
    More: Obvious, Traffic, United States, Walking, Georgia, Thomas Wheatley's angle, U.S. state, Pedestrian fatalities, Silver lining  
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345 clicks; posted to STEM » on 13 Apr 2022 at 10:35 AM (23 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2022-04-13 10:38:12 AM  
Hot Fuzz clip: Accident Implies There's Nobody To Blame
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2022-04-13 10:43:54 AM  
When it comes to statistics, Nebraska is never to be trusted again after COVID.
 
2022-04-13 10:50:34 AM  
Pedestrian deaths are out of control in San Jose too.
 
2022-04-13 10:55:39 AM  
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2022-04-13 10:57:46 AM  

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Wisconsin would like a slurred word with you.
 
2022-04-13 11:10:50 AM  
Goddam Orinco trucks.
 
2022-04-13 11:14:26 AM  

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Wisconsin would like a slurred word with you.

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2022-04-13 4:53:35 PM  

Uchiha_Cycliste: Pedestrian deaths are out of control in San Jose too.



I'm safe. I do not know the way there.
 
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