............... -Steve A
My oldest daughter believes. Making no judgment here. For your consideration. YOU decide...
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Erin: "I think i saw a 'Cyclaris Vehicularis.' "
Steve: "Was it following a Yeti?"
Erin: "LOL - No, it was going down the center of his lane on Paige Street, and when it was on Squire Lane, it was still in the middle."
Steve: "Did you get a picture?"
Erin: "I tried, but he was going too fast and the street was too busy."
(Note how this starts to follow "the pattern for such phenomena" - watch most shows about UFOs for "the pattern")
Steve: "Where's "Paige" Street? Don't feel bad, they say the same about UFOs."
Erin: LOL - it is in The Colony - a busy three lane road
(further details omitted in the interest of brevity)
Steve: "Was he squished by the cars like a bug?"
Erin: "LOL - No but he did disappear like a bug."
(more omitted - notice the supernatural disappearance aspect)
Erin: "LOL - Well, I saw what I saw."
Steve: "See, that's what they say about aliens, too! We still love you."
Erin: "Sigh - Fine."
I (the poster) note that I attempted to obtain useful details such as photographic evidence, as well as about whether DNA evidence might be obtained from the crash site, all without luck. As indicated, it was much like a Yeti or UFO sighting. This is further amplified by noting that I briefly THOUGHT I was viewing a "vehicularis" in Lubbock yesterday, only to then realize it was a "Wrong-Way Guy" ("Salmon," to use a ChipSeal vernacular term) who happened to be in the middle of the lane, heading straight toward Frankenbike and me.
SATURDAY UPDATE: It turns out that things are not so one-sided if the search term is "salmon" instead of "vehicular cyclist." See the Google Trend below for proof.