Completely serious response: I see people take rolling stops at stop signs everyday, and so long as they check that it is safe to do so, I don't think anything of it. They run the risk of getting a ticket, but maybe they are really in a hurry. If they are especially dumb they run the risk of flattening another person, and I would react quite differently, but I've yet to see it happen. Unless their doing that puts me at serious risk, it's no skin off my back.How about stop signs? Do you stop at them? Or, can you decide when it is safe? Sorry, it's not a fair example, but it applies, right?
I also delivered pizzas in college and nearly killed multiple drivers who made full stops at intersections where traffic running perpendicular to them did not stop, and they pulled right out in front of me as I was going 40 or 50 mph as if they never even saw me. I had to slam on the breaks, destroying my pizzas in the process. To this day I am pretty sure one lady in particular never saw me, or even heard my breaks. She came to a stop, stared to her right, and flew out in front of me when that was clear, like I was driving on a one-way or something. I wonder if she's gotten herself killed yet.
You should make legal stops at stop signs. Not all illegal stops are created equally.
I'd love to see complete prohibition of alcohol and tocacco, personally. I am a teetotaler. I think everyone else should be, too. I think alcohol is perhaps the single most societally damaging substance in common use. But I also understand the drawbacks of prohibition and would never push these views on anyone else. I can both have my personal views, I can profess them to my children and anyone else who cares to listen, but I am not going to go full karen on some drunkard on the street. Hell, I go to organized sporting events where 75% of the other adults there have imbibed and they are none the wiser.And you mentioned earlier, there are no mandates regarding smoking? So, you may not be old enough to remember that people could smoke anywhere (inside any building and on airplanes, for crying out loud). But now, when it was decided that second hand smoke was bad for others, there are regulations in place and people can't smoke inside (besides at home and other specially designated places) almost anywhere.
I don't know why I took the time to respond to your second question directed at someone else, but work is slow today and this is the offtopic board, so here we are.
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