- Those that want to win. That is those that don't have to by extremely expensive graphics cards or need ulta-mega-high resolutions with 24 monitors, etc.. These use single monitors so that have full range of view without moving their head and use lowest possible settings in order to accelerate game play and responsiveness. They often uses other pieces of antiquity like keyboard/mouse cords and ethernet cables. These people often save hundreds of dollars (sometimes more) by using "lesser" graphics capable systems.
- Those that want to lose in very pretty ways. These like to die while seeing and possibly even smelling every drop of blood spilled. These prefer obstacles like fog to obscure their vision and often assume they can hide in such things while playing against a more savvy opponent from #1 above. These also prefer the latencies of "cordless" items and performance lags of WiFi in order to reduce "clutter"... again, all while bleeding is very pretty ways.
I suppose there could be a 3rd type that spends over $1000 on their gaming setup and then realizes that they need to "simplify" everything so that they can "win"... perhaps "foolish" is the best way to describe these.
Road damage from vehicles is entirely dictated by tire pressure
Racing bicycles often use a tire pressure over 100psi. Since road damage is entirely dictated by tire pressure, they are clearly the worst
Finally some sanity. Let's tax bicycles to get extra revenue!!
Oh.. and can I have my city opt out?