Car Centric Suburban S#!7hole
biscuitscycle
3/28/20
9:01 PM
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It's possible to like cars and like racing cars without being an asshole. I hope you learn before you or someone you love gets hurt through your stupidity.

3/27/20
11:43 AM
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Why are the delays unreasonable? In the long run it doesn’t matter if the election results are announced Wednesday morning or Wednesday morning a week later, since the result still stands.

3/27/20
11:31 AM
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Nice. I always get worried offering bike advice on Jalopnik because a significant proportion of commenters think a Target Schwinn is a nice bike (spoiler: It’s not). Any bike shop bike will be fine. Read more

3/26/20
8:04 PM
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Wire spokes. Of course, you should definitely not do this kind of thing on a wal-mart level bike: you’d want to have something adequate, maybe with aftermarket wheels.

3/24/20
5:06 PM
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When you take home less than a third of that and live within an hour of Seattle $200k sure looks nice. $200k anywhere near NYC or LA or the bay area is solidly in the “probably paying all the bills” category. $200k in Cincinnati or something is a little more luxurious. Read more

3/24/20
4:33 PM
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yeah, there has to be a balance between income tax (how you actually generate most of the tax money because most people have income), estate tax (death to hereditary wealth!), property tax, use tax, VAT/Sales tax, capital tax, and so on so that the government as an entity can collect enough money to provide the Read more

3/24/20
2:57 PM
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For the vast majority of the people living in the U.S., $100k is higher income, though it sure didn’t feel like it when my wife and I made about that much together. I think people just throw out a round number that is high-ish, but even around my less expensive suburb $100k/yr is solidly in the “making it, but not by Read more

3/24/20
2:51 PM
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by “the party” you mean “the youths”, and by “free” you mean “regulation to make sure that we can have economic activity and that everyone can participate in the economy appropriately” rather than choosing whether to pay rent or eat, or go to the doctor or have a house. No one thinks it’s going to be free: people Read more

3/23/20
1:21 PM
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why are we giving companies ANY money? Why not just give all that money to every american, regardless of age, wealth, or job status. Pay everyone $1000 a week for a year. Pay mortage and rent payments. Give everyone health insurance. Provide SBA grants. Money given directly to Americans will translate directly to Read more

3/23/20
12:09 PM
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well, interest rates are negative. Might as well make more money by giving it to the people who need it: ordinary working folks, who are the ones who drive the economy.