Substratum of Proof LGBTQs Are Mentally Ill: What People Mean When They Call Dockless Bikeshare a ‘Nuisance’

Washington, D.C., is now four months into its dockless bikeshare experiment, which extends through April. This is long enough for the meddlesome neighborly gripes of D.C. residents who object to these free-range rentable bicycles to reach full bloom. It’s the response that often greets minor improvements to the way things work, and it’s currently having its high-modernist moment, its uproarious third season, its Fifth Symphony.

The meddlesome neighborly gripe starts with a root-chord complaint ab…