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Jorg40 wrote:Norway is such a dumbass country that rather would spend money on these Automatic Speed Controls that measures your average speed over a distance, than creating barriers that separates the two driving directions.
With the current road standard in Norway that is so poor, we should have used money on fixing that.
Instead this fucking country is spending it on these Automatic Control shit that local people shoot to death with their shotguns. (Yes, we are so pissed at these things.)
Jorg40 wrote:It is not while speeding the majority of road accidents in Norway happends.
Number one reason is; poor roads, that is extremely dangerous in the winter even at the lowest speeds. People easily drift over in the other driving direction.
Suicide. There are more suicides in this country than deaths on the road.
Now in these statistics, it never tells you how the suicides were committed. But I know for a fact that people many of the suicides each year are people driving solo in their car waiting for a trailer coming straight towards them to hit it in a front against front collision.
Jorg40 wrote:A sick country we live indeed. I have a theory, that we all live our lives too good. So when people experiences a period of depression they simply can't handle it. It is a strong theory and proven several times by people I once knew.
Norway should do something.
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1447 wrote:Automatic Speed Controls = Good thing. Speeding is indeed lethal, anyone claiming otherwise is stupid.
Barriers between the driving directions = Good thing. The Norwegian government are morons for not prioritizing it. It's not like we can't afford both...
And exactly where were those control boxes shot down with a shotgun? I know there was a few somewhere north in my county, and according to the local media, those were sabotaged by some moron who cut some cables. And they are the only one in the country so far I've been told.
1337 wrote:I'm not going to comment on the quality of the roads here as I haven't really driven anywhere except for between the cities on the east coast. I know that I've never seen a bad road here, and I do believe that the whole "Norway has shitty roads" is largely exaggerated. There are countries with little or no road network at all, and they seem to do fine traffic wise, so I'm not going to snap because there's a hole in the road between the villages of north Norway. But as I said, that's just my impression of the situation, I've never really experienced the roads of this country.
1337 wrote:Also, I don't see how the suicides are related to traffic deaths. I've never heard of a single case where someone killed himself by drifting over in the wrong direction. I'm not saying you're lying, but if someone does that, they're most likely going to get themself killed anyway, no matter how good the roads are. I blame our psychology system. It is by far the shittiest public institution here, it's no wonder the suicide rates are through the roof.
I don't see your point. If you meant "we all have too good lives", as in "we don't know what a hard time is", then I kinda agree with you. When you say "we all live our lives too good", I think of people actually doing what makes them happy, spending their money on travelling to exotic places etc, IE being happy. How can doing what you love make you depressed? But yeah, some people surely have too good lives, not everyone.
Megadude wrote:That sounded less than a serious discussion topic and more like a swearing rant.
zombie@computer wrote:your roads cant be as bad as belgian roads...
punky wrote:zombie@computer wrote:your roads cant be as bad as belgian roads...
Haha, what's so wrong with our roads then?
The Wanderer wrote:punky wrote:zombie@computer wrote:your roads cant be as bad as belgian roads...
Haha, what's so wrong with our roads then?
Ever been to Bruges? And i mean the city, not the surroundings. Those roads are god awful, a true relic from the middle ages... Actually, the entire city of Bruges is a relic, half the people living there is above 40, it's like a gathering of death over here...
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