... bicycle helmet laws are bad for my health - & yours too!
Just wait until the women of less than stellar repute hear about this one.
This is another example of what happens when rules are blindly followed and humans don't use their brains... It's like something from HGTTG!Don't Panic!:)
There may not have been a human involved. The levy may have been produced automatically by a computer.It also illustrates that part of what we are fighting is easy revenue raising by Government.
I think you should bring this to the meeting on Tuesday, Sue...
I'd have said you were the victim...
I concur with you all!!!...will raise this turn-of-events with the pollies post-haste
You got charged $3 more than me!
Sue, Best of luck with your meeting with the Parliamentary Secretary tomorrow.You've got the A team for this one.
Jeez!...why did I get charged $3 more? - I hate arbitrariness!!!!...thanks, Kathy, will keep you posted just in case by tomorrow arvo helmet law is a thing of the past! (?)(?)(?)(?) - oh! I can dream!!!!!!!
Good luck Sue. Meanwhile the spectre of compulsory helmets returns to the UK with a second reading of the helmets for children bill. If this goes through, grown ups will doubtless be next.http://services.parliament.uk/bills/2010-11/cyclesprotectiveheadgearforchildrenbill.html
..........................[insert jaw drop]..........................keep at it, Sue!!
Anon, that's so scary - DON'T LET IT HAPPEN!!!!!Marc, I concur; it defies belief!!! & I certainly will!!!
The local newspapers are generally filled with reports about cases beingcontested by representatives from various compensation law firms so much sothat any tourist scanning over the city newspaper supplements is bound to bea bit surprised by the prominent face of these law firms.