1) If I were a dictator and was privately thinking of retiring, I'd stage one of my usual sham elections and have the numbers work out so that my chosen successor beats me by a few points. Then international observers will all be like "hey, maybe all those elections where he got 100% of the vote were real, too!"
2) Cars and trucks with bad blind spots should have signs on the back that say "bad blind spot, watch it".
3) City bike lanes should be on the sidewalks instead of the roads. An accident involving a car and a bike is usually a lot worse than one involving a pedestrian. Although it should be pointed out that pedestrians don't have the benefit of side view mirrors.
4) Pedestrians should have side view mirrors. You'd not only be able to spot bicyclists coming behind you, but you'd be able to catch bike gropers more quickly, and toss a stick in their spokes so they can't escape to do more groping.
5) Speaking of bike gropers, I love how people say the alleged groper was "not who you'd expect" because his Facebook page makes it look like he's a normal guy. Is a perpetrator ever "who you'd expect"? Like they catch some hunchbacked, googly-eyed monster-ape-person, and then the papers can say "perpetrator pretty much who you'd expect".
6) Why is it that the political correctness that pushed us to say "chairperson" and "layperson" has not changed the word "gunman" to "gunperson"? You gotta take the good with the bad, persons!
7) They say "the worst day fishing beats the best day at the office." This is completely stupid. The worst day fishing involves getting eaten by sharks. The best day at the office is when your office is a brewery and you spend the whole day testing new batches and need to take a cab home. Maybe it's just me, but I'd choose that over being eaten by sharks.