In Switzerland, the Law on Road Traffic sets pedestrians priority on vehicles
This applies only when pedestrians are expected to be on the road, eg. road crossings or roads having speed limit less than 30 km/h.
In other locations, if a pedestrian being on the road for no reason gets hurt by a vehicle, the pedestrian is faulty (also the vehicle has a part of responsibility too if it could have been able to avoid the pedestrian or stop on time).
Most of these governments are democracies
You mean, like the Democratic People's Republic of Korea?
I take a lot of blind shots with my camera phone now so people don't know I'm taking them, you get really good at it after awhile.
Upskirt or stalker?
The only thing that's left of it is class diagrams
You must not work on complex projects then. The other diagrams (sequence, state, component,
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