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Who can help but join in with the instantly memorable chorus "Clowns to the left of Talk To Me - Various - Classic Drive: Highway 70jokers to the right, here I am With that chugging beat and lyrics that begin "I've been driving all night, my hands wet on the wheel," "Radar Love" is the perfect song for cross-country night driving with no objective other than being with the one you love ASAP. Surprisingly, this universally well-known classic did not even make the pop top 10 upon its initial release.
The song peaked at 13 on Bye Bye-Medley - Günter Noris - Pettycoat And Bubblegum US pop chart, but its reputation has grown tremendously through the years. I think it would be helpful to indicate this information clearly, in regular text, before the table. Various - Moulin Rouge - Music from Baz Luhrmanns Film, for example, above the table at U.
Route Junction listit would say, "Traveling from west to east, the major junctions of U. Can we develop Talk To Me - Various - Classic Drive: Highway 70 guideline about this? Is it possible to amend the color scheme for road junction lists to indicate if a condition is temporary, such as when a road is under construction? What I want to do is add a CSS class named "temporary" to such indications so that a special background pattern can be applied, similar to the striping that you see on construction barricades.
I am redoing an exit list to use the templates, and as you can see, most of the exits have the street's place in the numbering grid listed e. I have two questions about them. Is it just me or is the blue colour to denote motorways too bright in M18 motorway Great Britain versus that recommended in this manual of style? I'm not good at determining subtleties between close colours so would appreciate a more colour-literate person take a look!
Is this a good idea? I imagine most of our readers and editors have a near-white background for Wikipedia already. Without a symbol as well as the colour per WP:ACCESS I cannot believe this approach is useful to anyone, regardless of the fact that it sort-of matches road signs and their coloration. Speaking for myself, I can barely perceive the background colour on my retina display Macbook Pro Martinvl talk1 March UTC. This is just some general advice for when you start working on the templates for the template rows—code any logic that it uses in Luaif at all possible.
Lua code is a lot more readable than Parserfunctions, so if you or someone else needs to add something on down the road, it is simpler for them to determine how the existing code works. A couple of comments are in order:. As a personal preference, I too agree that there should be location columns in the future. Jeni talk5 March UTC. Okay, so in RJL prose, the word "junction" is used very frequently.
Should it be capitalised or not? My suspicions would be that it should be capitalised when used in the "blah blah at Junction 2 of the M Right now there's a proper mix throughout the UK lists at least and it'd be helpful to make them consistent. The issue of how to display distances on British Roads has arisen again, complicated by double standards on the part of the British Government. The British Government uses Talk To Me - Various - Classic Drive: Highway 70 when talking to the public at large, erect road signs showing miles, but design roads using kilometres.
The use of mobile phones rather than roadside phones neccessitated the erection of driver location signs which had to be in kilometres, but the Governemnt has been very coy about publicising this. Given this Talk To Me - Various - Classic Drive: Highway 70we need to display distance or is that location information in a manner that it cannot be misunderstood.
Martinvl talk3 March UTC. I have asked him to wait now to see what consensus develops in this D iscussion before restoring his changes. The primary purpose of Driver Location Signs is simply to provide a unique ID code that can be read out over a phone.
Anyone doing so doesn't care whether the ID code is based on kilometres or miles or furlongs or whatever. So I don't see any need to change the current style in our tables.
Obviously the only completely fair solution is to put the km and mile conversions directly over top of one another. That way users of both miles and km will be equally unable to read the measurements in their unit of choice.
Martinvl, from a non-RJL editor, it's not the position of this project or manual of style to "educate" the reader to this perceived "double standard". Road signs in the UK are in miles, so let's use miles. If someone wants to write a separate article about "driver location signs" together with verifiable reliable sources then that sounds dandy. In the mean time, this is not the right place for this crusade.
As Talk To Me - Various - Classic Drive: Highway 70 Greg says, the signs provide a unique ID whether it's km, miles, parsecs or whatever. And since most, if not all, of the major routes in the UK are now covered by cameras and have regular junctions, identifying the location of an accident is pretty straightforward if you're on about "saving lives" Rschen, as for "arbitration case", nonsense Talk To Me - Various - Classic Drive: Highway 70 is nowhere close to "arbitration" Martinvl, you say "this touches on the interpretation of Talk To Me - Various - Classic Drive: Highway 70 role when handling double standards on the part of governments.
Wikipedia doesn't have a "role" in this. We use reliable secondary sources. If you want to embellish the "driver location sign" with your POV and pointy editing, that's fine, but it's not Talk To Me - Various - Classic Drive: Highway 70 manual of style issue. I suggest you take up the discussion there. Love your spelling of "Educatiojn". The irony was not lost on me!
Back to the problem, a simple solution is to have km first and a miles conversion second and a footnote saying the km comes from the DLS.
We don't need a mighty song-and-dance about this note, I count twelve instances of "double standards" here, I guess someone's trying make a point? Do also note, we should definitely not be advocating that editors use Wikipedia to help report accidents, see Wikipedia:Risk disclaimer M25's DLS, the most famous example, are cited to what appears to Talk To Me - Various - Classic Drive: Highway 70 a personal website hosting a Highways Agency document.
I have tried searching the Highway Agency's website, and I can't find anything dated later than Medley: Unforgettable/When You Wish Upon A Star/Them There Eyes - Various - All The Things You Are/M Certainly the DLS program has expanded since then.
This dearth of information on DLS makes me wonder if we should bother using them. Oh, and just because (You And I) Butterfly - Five Man Electrical Band - Good-Byes & Butterflies can go and see something, claiming that "I've seen it" makes Higher - DJ Ed White - Special Technics (Deep House) adequate reliable source is fiction!
Can someone explain or point me to a previous discussion where CBRD was declared as being a reliable source? It also says "as of Julythis site is no longer being updated and you might find some information has become out of date or obsolete" I realise this is the MOS for road lists, rather than the main project page, but this seems to get much more interest than the UK project pages.
This convention is very common in the UK. In view Trust.Loyalty.Respect. - Blood For Betrayal - Trust Loyalty Respect this I have taken the liberty of making a small change to the project page to reflect UK usage. I would also like some feedback about an editor who has been changing road identifiers in junction lists such as "M25" to M I have no strong feelings, but I would like to standardise on whther we Easier Said Than Done - Tony Arata* - Changes this notation or not.
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