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The Absent Driver
Actus reus ex machina.
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The Absent Driver May 17
"Driver collides with traffic lights"—bravo! It can be done! 👏
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The Absent Driver May 16
Hampshire Police, plus ça change.
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The Absent Driver May 15
Bonus points to for complete illiteracy as well as apologist reporting. HT
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Martyn Schmoll Apr 27
If you want to understand why people will keep dying in increasing numbers at hands of drivers, read this story - almost completely sanitized, scrubbed of human agency. Driver, barely mentioned at the very end, “accidentally pushed the gas”. No charges.
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The Absent Driver May 15
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The Absent Driver May 15
Surrey RPU are normally one of the best police Twitter accounts, but their keyboard took its eye off the ball when writing this tweet 😉
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The Absent Driver Feb 11
This is how you do it. More of this, please.
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The Absent Driver Feb 11
Replying to @BurwashFf
Points all taken, appreciate that original tweet, at the overlap of two contexts, was at best unnecessary. Apologies for any inappropriateness.
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The Absent Driver Feb 11
Replying to @BurwashFf
What? Not disputing any of that. If you read through my timeline you'll see I'm continually making the same points you just made. Just pointing out that "innocent cars" is a weird phrase. Largely intended as humour in this case. Not the end of the world. Have a decaf 🙂
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Martyn Schmoll Feb 10
If you’re struggling to understand why drivers keep running people over, with impunity, and nobody seems to be doing anything about it, here’s a clue: driver crashes truck into café, headline makes it funny; no mention of a driver, charges.
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The Absent Driver Feb 10
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The Absent Driver Feb 9
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The Absent Driver Feb 9
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The Absent Driver Feb 9
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The Absent Driver Feb 9
Well, yeah: it's always ok to mention a driver to make it clear they're a victim. (Or to make it clear they're unharmed; viz the many reports of "cars" hitting someone on foot or on a bike and mentioning the driver solely to say that "the driver was not injured".)
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The Absent Driver Feb 8
Replying to @CHAIRRDRF
I'm a man, just one that likes winding people up 🙂
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The Absent Driver Feb 8
Replying to @CHAIRRDRF
Or woman. Or neither.
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The Absent Driver Feb 8
Sounds like could use a poke, then.
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chris - sᴉɹɥɔ Feb 8
Here's one for you, . No driver or even vehicle, just pedestrians colliding with themselves again. When will they learn?
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