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Bicyclists or people on Mopeds on the road?

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i vote UNC and Duke fans :D

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Mopeds are worse... they can go fast enough that they are aggravating to get around.

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serious answer. mopeds/scooters. its the worst when they are on the highway.

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I can't stand those mopeds either. I just want to go Grand Theft Auto on them, knock them off their mopeds, and drive off blasting some gangsta music as I run over th emoped for good measure

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The worst are the mopeds out late at night with lights that you first see when you're about to hit them.

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Liquor cycles, in most cases these dumbasses have already shown they have no business being on the road.

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Asian's on anything with wheels

That goes without saying

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