These people obviously hate our freedom:

"This is one of the busiest junctions in Utrecht, a city with a population of 300,000," writes markenlei on YouTube. "No less than 18,000 bicycles and 2,500 buses pass here every day." Look at that marvelous flat city. But despite local hills, Seattle could really use segregated bike lanes like this—i.e., not sharrows that appear for a block, disappear for a few blocks, and then reappear directly into someone's car door. (Via AmericaBlog.)