Where did the line 'don't stop get it get it' originate from?
"where i heard it from was Feel Good INC. by Gorillaz"
Luke's song originated in 1991, while Gorillaz's song was in 2005. So Gorillaz copied Luke 14 years later, obviously.
Also, in the song "Still Not A Playa" Big Pun says it. That song was released in 1998.
At the white line or the nearest line of the crosswalk. If there is no line, then at an imaginary stop-line extending out from the stop sign. You may ALSO need to stop at a point further ahead, where you can safely determine if it is safe to proceed. You obviously have to stop behind anyone ELSE who has stopped for the stop sign, then stop again when you reach the stop-line yourself.
My friends and I are doing a line dance for school and we need to know many things about it, like where it originated. From some other sites we found that line dancing didn't originate in Texas, and we don't have any other information. Better answer: line dancing originated in France. I learned this from one of my teachers.
You must stop before your car reaches the line marked on the road. If your front bumper is above the line when you stop then you technically did not stop and can be ticketed. On the other hand if you stop more then about a half a car length before the line, you are not considered to be at the traffic control sign yet.
No. The Harcourt line is the Green Line. It is the Red Line, that runs to Tallaght from the city centre that goes to Heuston station. It is a 10 to 15 minute walk from the St. Stephen's Green stop at the end of the Green Line to the Red line, with the nearest stop being Abbey Street. No. The Harcourt line is the Green Line. It is the Red Line, that runs to Tallaght…
The rules for a stop sign are that you must come to a full stop before entering the intersection, give right-of-way to any other traffic, and then proceed only when the way is clear. If there is a stop line, you must stop before that line. If you cannot see oncoming traffic from that stop line, then you must also stop prior to entering the intersection.
In NY the code is : When approaching an intersection controlled by a stop sign. The driver shall stop at a clearly marked stop line; or if none at the near line of a clearly marked crosswalk; or if none at the point nearest the intersection where the driver can see You do not need to stop even with the stop sign and then move up to where you can see if there is traffic…
Distance to stop behind a stop sign What is the maximum distance from a stop sign that a car can stop and meet its legal stop requirement in California?
When a stop is required at an intersection and no markings appear to indicate a stop line or crosswalk where should you stop?
If you are the first vehicle approaching an intersection with a red light or stop sign, stop behind the stop line if it is marked on the pavement. If there is no stop line, stop at the crosswalk, marked or not. If there is no crosswalk, stop at the edge of the sidewalk. If there is no sidewalk, stop at the edge of the intersection.