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  • hsdkfr734r@feddit.nltome_irl@lemmy.worldme_irl
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    8 days ago

    Agreed. It really supports the rantiness of the text. Also the answer is given in the first two words. All good so far.

    Clarification: I don’t say that he has to use punctuation. That’s completely up to Phuntis. It’s just hard for me to understand the text. That is the thing I wanted to state instead of just downvoting (which explains nothing). Phuntis made clear that he doesn’t want to. That’s fine.













  • hsdkfr734r@feddit.nltohmmm@lemmy.worldhmmm
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    20 days ago

    https://www.adfc.de/artikel/den-regeln-der-stvo-folgen

    In principle, cyclists may choose whether to turn left directly or indirectly.

    When turning directly left, cyclists may also leave cycle paths that are subject to mandatory use in order to turn directly left, but must pay attention to straight ahead traffic, which has the right of way. If you want to turn directly left, get into the middle of the lane in good time and follow the traffic lights of the corresponding lane.

    When turning indirectly left, the cyclist first stays to the right and crosses the junction or intersection. They then turn left. The cyclist therefore crosses two lanes straight ahead.

    Of course, the question arises as to whether you want to cycle on the road or prefer to stay on the cycle path.





  • hsdkfr734r@feddit.nltoMicroblog Memes@lemmy.worldFair question
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    22 days ago

    As soon as you have bought the popcorn/ diamonds no one cares who is going to consume them as a movie snack. So you always will be allowed to share your popcorn/ diamonds with your peers without legal repercussions, which is my point.

    You are not wrong with the things you said. But I talked about virtual and real goods and the attached exploitation rules. And you talked about marketing and supply/ demand rules. And I fail to get the connection between those.

    Is it (the lack of) morality and opportunism on the supplier’s side? Help?