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Test your awareness - Whodunnit?

(1:54) Who murdered Lord Smythe, who was brutally bludgeoned to death with a blunt instrument?

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Missing details that don't matter doesn't matter.

It's the equivalent of driving along and not noticing what colour scarf a pedestrian is wearing or the number plate of a bus passing by. It doesn't mean you're not paying attention, it just means you're only paying attention to what matters.

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Missing details that don't matter doesn't matter.

It's the equivalent of driving along and not noticing what colour scarf a pedestrian is wearing or the number plate of a bus passing by. It doesn't mean you're not paying attention, it just means you're only paying attention to what matters.

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Guest: London_Cyclist (753 days ago)

I think you miss the point. Most drivers only look for other cars so may miss a cyclist. This isn't an opinion, this is a fact. Most accidents involving a motorist with a cyclist tend to have the same excuse "Sorry I didn't see you."

So saying "Missing details that don't matter doesn't matter" just goes to show the ignorance that is out there.

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I think you miss the point. Most drivers only look for other cars so may miss a cyclist. This isn't an opinion, this is a fact. Most accidents involving a motorist with a cyclist tend to have the same excuse "Sorry I didn't see you."

So saying "Missing details that don't matter doesn't matter" just goes to show the ignorance that is out there.

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I think you miss the point. Cyclists are included in the things that matter. It's the equivalent of watching the video above and not knowing who the detective is. My claim is that the things we 'miss' in the above video are so far removed from what anyone is supposed to be looking for, it's hardly surprising we don't notice them. Road users, be they cars, cyclists, horses or kids playing football, are all part of what drivers are supposed to be looking out for.

Assuming that I meant that cyclists don't matter just shows the persecution complex that cyclists have.

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I think you miss the point. Cyclists are included in the things that matter. It's the equivalent of watching the video above and not knowing who the detective is. My claim is that the things we 'miss' in the above video are so far removed from what anyone is supposed to be looking for, it's hardly surprising we don't notice them. Road users, be they cars, cyclists, horses or kids playing football, are all part of what drivers are supposed to be looking out for.

Assuming that I meant that cyclists don't matter just shows the persecution complex that cyclists have.

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