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  1. Out of curiosity: how come she's a “cyclist” but he's a “freakzoid”? He was on a cycle too, you know.

  2. Out of curiosity: how come she's a “cyclist” but he's a “freakzoid”? He was on a cycle too, you know.

  3. The Freakzoid (sic) class inherits from base class cyclist, not the other way around, and adds some very non-useful member functions, despite still including the member functions cyclist::balance and cyclist::pedal

  4. The Freakzoid (sic) class inherits from base class cyclist, not the other way around, and adds some very non-useful member functions, despite still including the member functions cyclist::balance and cyclist::pedal

  5. Pardon my typo. Clever explanation, but not clever enough, because it implies that every freakazoid is a cyclist, which I hardly think is what you (or Cyclelicious) meant. Yet more evidence that inheritance causes unexpected errors…as in humans, so in C++.

  6. Pardon my typo. Clever explanation, but not clever enough, because it implies that every freakazoid is a cyclist, which I hardly think is what you (or Cyclelicious) meant. Yet more evidence that inheritance causes unexpected errors…as in humans, so in C++.

  7. Child abuse because the child was with her perhaps? That cannot be a good thing for a child to have to see. And if she had an accident because of this incident it could have endangered the child.

  8. Child abuse because the child was with her perhaps? That cannot be a good thing for a child to have to see. And if she had an accident because of this incident it could have endangered the child.

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