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#134 - ludislavonac
Reply +32
(04/19/2012) [-]
Actually, colorblind people (or well dogs for that matter) can get a drivers licence and drive normally because it's the position of the lights that matters, as simple as that. Red is always on top. That's no excuse for your client
#154 to #134 - memepool
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(04/19/2012) [-]
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#151 to #134 - sgadfgaga **User deleted account**
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#139 to #134 - michaelsam
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#136 to #134 - anon
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(04/19/2012) [-]
but if it is at night you cant tell the difference between the top and bottom. For people who are red green colorblind they have blue light mixed in the green and orange mixed in the red

#138 to #136 - ludislavonac
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(04/19/2012) [-]
Even colorblind people can see it at night, as the light which is turned is rather bright, so you can tell the difference
#161 to #138 - anon
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(04/19/2012) [-]
Well, good thing it took place during the day. His client couldn't see the faint light, let alone what color it was! Preposterous.