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Unicycle cops

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**written in the USA, by a NYS-er**

Bicycle cops are a frequent site in city's. Patrolling while rolling on fancy canondales. These expensive bikes are costly for taxpayers. I would like to see cops start using unicycles. This would allow simultaneous use of all police implements such as radio, club, and gun.

May even promote better health and strength in obese officers.

This is better than my other (un-posted) unicycle ideas, unicyle barber chairs and unicycle computer chairs.

evilpenguin, Jan 21 2013


       Plus half the wheels, equals half the weight which in turn equals double the speed; no one will out run them ever again!
Brian the Painter, Jan 21 2013

       Would single police men with one eye be called uni-cyclops?
xenzag, Jan 21 2013

       Wow 21, those look dangerous.
blissmiss, Jan 21 2013

blissmiss, Jan 21 2013

       21//You didn't bother searching before you posted this one, did you? // no, no I didn't. And thanks for the link. I now want to own one. Probably don't have the money, but some day, I will own one of those.
evilpenguin, Jan 21 2013

       21// actually those are not the unicycles described in this post. They have handlebars and a true unicycle leaves all of your hands free to shoot other pedestrians. Big difference.
Brian the Painter, Jan 22 2013

       Handlebar-mounted ordinance?
pocmloc, Jan 22 2013

       The more I think of the motorized scooter in the link, the more I think it's a powered face smasher. Imagine hitting a curb the wrong way with it... Ouch
evilpenguin, Jan 22 2013

       //Bicycle cops are a frequent site in city's.//   

       In city's what?   

       I've also heard that such sites can be full of tourists and that this can prevent the grammar police reaching them by unicycle.
TomP, Jan 22 2013

       //In city's what?//. I would fix it, but I think it's too funny now. I'd like to defend myself by stating that I posted the idea while trying to fall asleep Sunday night. I was extreamly tired and under the influence of Benadryl. So it stays.
evilpenguin, Jan 22 2013

       What's an extream?   

       Is it one that has permanently dried up, so the enjoyment of reading about it no longer flows?
UnaBubba, Jan 23 2013

       I used to correct spelling errors, but this is great.   

       My dad once spelled raisin bran with a Z on a grocery list and he wasn't joking. So I guess it's just in my DNA.
evilpenguin, Jan 23 2013

       That's quite funny, considering they're actually sultanas.
UnaBubba, Jan 23 2013


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