I'm reading "unwritten rules for calling a ride" and #4 mentions something about "unreasonably short leave-passes". What does that mean?

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    Person is only available for a short amount of time. Could be work; but probably wife. – Dagon Oct 3 '15 at 8:25
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    Just remember "the rules" are amusing and while some of them are serious and useful, some of them are simply silly. – Criggie Oct 3 '15 at 20:24
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    "Leave pass" is a military term. It basically means permission to take time off. – Mike Baranczak Oct 4 '15 at 4:35

Your family or significant other will only give you a few hours leave(like Annual leave) from home to go out riding.

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  • Okay I get it now - it's a "permission slip" for leaving a short time to go riding. – JHN Oct 3 '15 at 19:43

Having such a limited amount of time for a group ride that in order to finish it on time you would need to push group speed up to a point where the ride is not enjoyable or even feasible

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