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Re: “WTF: Is Mike Myers Now a Vermonter?

I can confirm with 100% certainty that Mike Myers does have a house on Mallet's Bay in Colchester. How do I know this? Because my dad owns the house right next door to him and has seen him multiple times on the property but never to talk to yet, so there you go, rumor put to rest and no I will not divulge the address, there are a lot of houses on the bay so good luck finding it!

Posted by Michael Blood on 04/23/2016 at 3:47 PM

Re: “WTF: What Are Those Train Cars by the Moran Plant?

I've lived my whole life (thus far) in central and northern Vermont and I've never heard of the Omya mines near Rutland. I wish you'd had room in the article to at least summarize that situation! From some cursory online perusal, it sounds like a pretty ugly affair. Great article otherwise!

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Posted by beninvt on 04/19/2016 at 7:54 AM

Re: “WTF: What Are Those Train Cars by the Moran Plant?

yes, Please! Passenger service to Boston, New York, and beyond (Chicago and points west?)

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Posted by Linden Higgins on 04/18/2016 at 3:28 PM

Re: “WTF: Why Is Public Nudity Legal in Vermont But Public Disrobing Isn't?

The laws of man make no sense. The nude person can wear a back pack with clothing in it and other things. They can put a towel on the chair or put on a pair of pants. They can then take them off when they get up from the bench or chair. What is the problem? We live in a nude universe.

Posted by Jonathan Hughes on 04/10/2016 at 6:26 PM

Re: “WTF: What Do Cyclists' Hand Signals Mean?

@ Katelin Brewer-Colie I don't know why you mention the AARP. Older drivers are far more likely to know these signals than younger ones. Just in general, though, if a cyclist is having to interact with cars, he's risking his life. The laws say that bicycles have to use the street like cars, but if you ride a bike and you want to do it safely, BREAK THAT LAW.

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Posted by Wastrel on 04/01/2016 at 10:04 AM

Re: “WTF: What Do Cyclists' Hand Signals Mean?

Great article; just an addition that Burlington did adopt safe passing of 4 ft.

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Posted by Katelin Brewer-Colie on 03/31/2016 at 1:30 PM

Re: “WTF: What Do Cyclists' Hand Signals Mean?

These are in the Vermont Driver's Manual and have been there for decades, these signals should not be a "WTF" moment but common driver knowledge. The fact that this is a mystery to some is further evidence that we need to re-test drivers every few years for knowledge of laws (emphasis on recent law changes) and vision. Good luck getting that past the AARP.

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Posted by J.r. Bomber on 03/31/2016 at 1:01 PM

Re: “WTF: What Do Cyclists' Hand Signals Mean?

The described hand signals are the same hand signals that used to be part of the Motor Vehicle manual and required knowledge to pass the driver's test.
Perhaps bike rider certification should be required as well?

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Posted by ConcernedVter on 03/31/2016 at 12:00 PM

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