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Also about red and blue+37Since most drivers see the crosswalk sign as just another crosswalk marker and not as a reminder to YIELD TO pedestrians and most drivers expect that the pedestrians better be OUT OF THE LANE once they get there 10 seconds later, the best solution for cities to do would be to design and install crosswalk signs with the same symbol, but Red, White and Blue that also say YIELD and with Red White and Blue lights that only flicker and for 20 seconds if a pedestrian pushes the button to cross. And both signs at both ends of 1 crosswalk should be connected, to warn traffic on both sides, amirite?
Also by bismith5000+56Our Earth is never in the same spot twice in the Universe. amirite?
Also about red and blue+6With technology, computer graphics, animation, giant screens, large domes & popular astronomy, it'd be a beautiful virtual reality to watch- giant but slowly moving comets big in the sky as the moon, the moon bigger in the sky, eclipses, beautiful comet showers scattering across the sky virtually but actually across an interior dome screen, planets, moons up close, stars twinkling much larger, what the Sun would look like from Mars/Pluto/etc, if the Sun had a companion star, red like a red dwarf or a red/white/blue giant, auroras, nebulae, pulsars, big galaxies & even exploding stars, amirite?
Also by bismith5000-30The Zodiac killer probably went and saw the David Fincher movie in theaters, seeing how he was believed to be a film buff. amirite?
Also about red, blue, and roses+68roses are red violin or blue I was born pretty what happened to you, amirite?
Also by bismith5000+56If we destroy the moon the earth is going to spin faster making the day less than 24h, amirite?
Also about red and blue+107It's weird that red means hot and blue means cold, while not only is a blue flame usually hotter than a red flame, but a blue laser will heat an object faster than a red one, assuming the object absorbs both colours equally. amirite?