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So change your focus. You're not against this guy in particular; you're against aggressive unsafe bicycling in general.

I'm not against this guy (the blind student), at all. And reckless bicycle riding on campus is an old topic best addressed by improving the layout.

The ethical question, here, is whether the impact I might have "shaming" students by pointing to a particularly mean incident outweighs concerns that my comments might backfire on the victim. My assessment is my positive impact would be minimal.
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