My main mode of transport are my two bikes. One's a road bike, and the other is what I call an "upright cruiser." (I just make up my own terms.)
They ride on the sidewalk
This is where most drivers want us, but that's stupid.
They obstruct vehicle traffic
By riding on the road where we're suppose to? For one who complains about people not following laws, in this instance, you conveniently withhold the complaint for following the law. Derp derp derp!
They run stop signs
If there's no one coming, then it's inefficient to stop for no one, and then go. If there's someone coming, but you're way closer to the stop sign then he is, then it makes sense to go. Otherwise, you'd have to stop, then he stops, then you go. That would be pointless.
They run stop lights
If there's no one coming, then it's inefficient to stop for no one, and then go.
If you can make it before the cars hit you, then go for it, but it's not nice to force the cars to slow down.
They weave in and out of traffic
Yeah, if the cars are going slow, I'll pass you up. Sorry if you're jealous.
They illegally pass stopped cars and jump to the front of the line
There's nothing wrong with allowing others to be more efficient. This underlined statement seems to suggest that since you can't enjoy X, then no one can enjoy X, even if doing X causes no harm but creates benefits for others. Just selfish raging in that sentence.
They are oblivious to the world around them
Some are, most aren't; otherwise, they'd get hit and significantly hurt. If you're surrounded in a frame of steel, how much do you fear being hit--compared to a bicyclist?
They ride the wrong way on one-way streets
This is the only legitimate complaint in the poll. Yeah, driving down one-ways is stupid.
They don't pay taxes to maintain the road
This statement is dumb if you think about it.
They aren't licensed
For a bike? Haha, okay.
Let's compare that to the awesome licensing for motorists. It's the easiest cheapest test to ever take, and the motorist gets to drive 70+ mph while his risks of causing harm are subsidized by insurance. There's about 35,000 vehicle-related deaths per year, and we wonder what may contribute to it...
They aren't insured
For a bike? lol, okay. If anything, being uninsured means you have to be more careful.
"OMG, you ran into me and dented my car!" Court says, "you owe $200" WHOA! "what if he doesn't pay?" That's a court issue, but I'm sure lobbying for insurance boondoggles will definitely solve this problem and be mutually beneficial! ...
(and this is assuming that the children failed to settle out of court).
The ride erratically, swerving into traffic without checking other vehicles around them
This is a another dumb sentence. You could say the same of some drivers, and duh not all bicyclists do this. (see response to "They are oblivious to the world around them").