Letter writer angry about sharing road

I can’t help but think that letter writer Curt Stroh has no children, has never wanted to have children and doesn’t like children (“Bikers a danger in Snohomish,” Aug. 13 letters). But it’s obvious that those “dangerous” bicyclists have certainly gotten him worried over his own safety. I’m going to stay on the road and keep pedaling where he can’t see me. When he goes out on the road he should be sure to take all his family with him so he doesn’t accidentally run them over as they have fun in spite of his sad attitude about those dangerous bikers.

Isn’t life strange? You never know where danger may lurk. Watch out. Don’t let one of those bikers get stuck to your grill. He just may have a better lawyer than you have an enjoyment for life.


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