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List of Ideas
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2. Return signs indicating drivers that certain crossings & places are in the opposite direction
1. Alternative to Shootouts to Break Draws in Football (American soccer) Matches
2- Title: Return signs indicating drivers that certain crossings & places are in the opposite direction
Subtitle: Place U-turn signs
on certain road after some important directions might have been missed..
Description: Have you ever
missed a road crossing it ever happened to you and keep driving in the wrong
way? (This might happen even when you are using your GPS, which normally tells
you so and the device gets temporarily ‘disoriented’.) This may be avoided by
placing U-turn signs indicating that, if you are looking for a town, a
touristic place, a highway or a certain restaurant or store. Drivers would know
that they have to go back. Sign commonly advise about what is ahead. This
recommendation might save a lot of time and gas.
Drivers of this idea: Managers of businesses that demand
visitors, traffic authorities, and, why not, gas stations.
1- Title: Alternative to Shootouts to Break Draws in Football (American
shootouts at the end of tournament matches for the counts of corner shoots
minus the count of faults during the game. Corner shoots are added to
one-hundred and faults are subtracted from that figure.
Description: When the
official time finishes with a draw, many of the crucial matches in football
tournaments (either the champion match or some of the games to define the teams
that move to the next round) get defined through penalty shootouts. This
recommendation is an alternative to the unfairness of the current approach:
Some 10 or a few more penalty shoots after quite many matches and hours. This
proposal recommends the use of two factors: (1) the number corner shoots of each team
(which somehow measures team dominance during the match), and (2) the number of
faults (which is a clear measure of dirty playing). Item 1 would be added to 100; item 2 would be
subtracted. The team with a higher figure is the winner. In the unlikely case
of a draw, yes, the match should go to shootouts.
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