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If I Ran the World

If I Ran the World. Found this on boing boing. WHAT MAKE IT GREAT FUR EVEERYONE? Sensable design. i wait urban hurry for wanna. no we weanling hum . number. , a

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#10 - firegrunt (07/28/2011) [-]
If I ran the world...
#29 to #10 - CatHatMan ONLINE (07/28/2011) [-]
as i was saying. when i rule the world
User avatar #30 to #29 - CatHatMan ONLINE (07/28/2011) [-]
there will be cake and then you will be baked
User avatar #15 to #10 - MasterWig (07/28/2011) [-]
You rock!
#8 - anon (07/27/2011) [-]
what about the color blind? lololol
User avatar #18 to #8 - Jayce (07/28/2011) [-]
I'm ******
#22 - Wernette (07/28/2011) [-]
User avatar #28 - phatfarm (07/28/2011) [-]
Except for color blind people like myself... The lights position is important so i can identify it...
#34 to #28 - anon (07/28/2011) [-]
In all seriousness, it is a good design otherwise. Do you have an idea on how to modify it for the color-blind. What if this were an addition to a regular light rather than a replacement?
#27 - tribetime (07/28/2011) [-]
fixed. Grammar Nazi to the rescue!
#35 - anon (07/28/2011) [-]
Well, it's kind of counterproductive as technology is shifting more and more towards sensors/weights to determine when to change the lights rather than having it on a set timer.
#36 - anon (07/28/2011) [-]
This would be a disaster. You would find many assholes waiting to jump the gun and drive off like dragsters. Many people would die!
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User avatar #9 - sugarlessdear (07/28/2011) [-]
am i the only one that thinks this will help street racers
User avatar #7 - PARTYHARD (07/27/2011) [-]
They have these in china. But in china traffic signals are only guidelines. Dam asian drivers
#12 - archwraith (07/28/2011) [-]
And just let all the colorblind people crash into everyone else...it is a cool idea, but overall the current design is much better
#13 to #12 - anon (07/28/2011) [-]
You sir, Are ******* retarded.
#17 to #13 - archwraith (07/28/2011) [-]
Please tell me why you think this, because I do not see your reasoning. Also, seeing as though you are replying as an anon plus the fact that you did not put any reasoning in your reply tells me that you are, in fact, the retard in this conversation.
User avatar #19 to #12 - chisquared (07/28/2011) [-]
It would spice things up a little bit having to dodge the colorblind.
User avatar #42 - JimHalpert (07/28/2011) [-]
what if you're colorblind
#43 to #42 - cutnspray (07/28/2011) [-]
then you see wheater the upper or the lower chamber is filled with sand...
sorry for ****** english
User avatar #45 to #43 - JimHalpert (07/28/2011) [-]
but if the red and green have the same animation but different colors, how would they know whether to go or slow down?
#46 to #45 - cutnspray (07/28/2011) [-]
god damn 1 day of holiday and my brain is ****** :D the system fails you're right!
User avatar #47 to #46 - JimHalpert (07/28/2011) [-]
#3 - alexlawless (07/27/2011) [-]
so i heard you lie repost .....
User avatar #5 to #3 - bat (07/27/2011) [-]
so i heard you liKe forgetting K's
#6 to #5 - alexlawless (07/27/2011) [-]
well played good sir
User avatar #1 - notfunnypolice (07/27/2011) [-]
Don't forget the millions that would have to be wasted on designing, manufacturing and installing those.
#2 to #1 - megamad (07/27/2011) [-]
dont worry, we have machines for that.
User avatar #4 to #1 - Mandible (07/27/2011) [-]
cool story bro
#14 - mankbeast ONLINE (07/28/2011) [-]
The beauty of the driving rules in the world is that anyone can understand them. This would be too complicated for some drivers. One example would be dyslexic people who believe it or not, drive as well. Also, the benefits of this new device would not outweigh the cons of removing old but in good condition equipment. The labor put into the removal, the manufacturing of the new devices and the extra education to be implemented to every driver.

So long story short, don't try to change something that works well.
User avatar #16 to #14 - Mandible (07/28/2011) [-]
hahaha beautiful driving rules
#40 to #14 - anon (07/28/2011) [-]
Dyslexic people mix up words, and number and read them incorrectly. They are not ******* retarded. If it says 3 what do you think they are going to read it as? Not to mention unless they are dyslexic AND color blind, they are going to tell by the colors. All systems have flaws, the current one has a flaw of green not always being in the same place. Where i live it's in the third spot, but in other places around my state it's in the first spot.
#44 to #40 - mankbeast ONLINE (07/28/2011) [-]
I don't want to insult you about your ignorance about this but dyslexic people are not only restricted to words. Some can not even tell left from right, that is not sarcasm. Also, I am not the type of person to just speak drivel, I say what I know. I am a Pre-Med student so I believe that I have some grasp on human conditions.
User avatar #39 - foggywhiter (07/28/2011) [-]
Spend another 10 billions on changing designs ? Seems legit
User avatar #38 - MegaAwesomeSauce (07/28/2011) [-]
Or you could just leave it as it is without problems or faults. Don't fix what aint broke
#31 - anon (07/28/2011) [-]
@colorblindpeople ck you the world isnt made for you kill yourself
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