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Apr 12
4

All I meant is the authors of this blog are unapologetically leftist, the editorials are uniformly leftist, the majority of the commenters are leftist, etc and I just don’t see that mirrored on the right anywhere else in the car blog scene. That said I admit I might be missing some. I agree the comment sections of Read more

Apr 12
4

My state’s DMV has Saturday hours and also opens at 7:30 in the morning every day that they are open. Read more

Apr 12
8

So registering to vote at the DMV (motor-voter) is an easy process designed to encourage voter registration and voter turnout, but getting an ID at the very same DMV is an arduous process?

Apr 12
5

I can’t really speak to what it’s like in other states, but where I live you essentially need to have an ID to do anything in life, including to be hired at the job you are claiming they would have to take time off from. I’d imagine most other states are the same. In my state, it’s $2 per year to get an ID. I don’t Read more

Apr 12
9

Way to ignore the fact that being an adult in life requires having an ID regardless of race.

Apr 12
11

Having to take time off work to wait in line for hours at a DMV is a nonstarter for a lot of folks. As designed. Read more

Apr 12
21

Plenty of other countries require an ID to vote. It’s common sense really, nothing to do with racism at all. Making an ID law about race is grasping for straws honestly. Read more

Apr 12
2

Amtrac IS a boondoggle. It has continuously lost money for decades. The biggest problem is in most areas passenger rail shares the same lines with cargo rail. That’s more often than not why it takes 2 or 3 times longer by rail than by car. Rail makes sense in the northeast where you have lots of cities close together, Read more

Apr 12
43

Do you think people of color are too stupid to get an ID card? IMO, calling voter ID requirements racist is racist. You’re assuming people of color can’t achieve the same thing as everyone else.

Apr 12
37

You literally need an ID to do a million things other than vote. Are all those things racist too?

Apr 12
29

Voter ID laws aren’t racist though. There’s plenty of things that require you to have a form of ID that aren’t racist. Read more

Apr 9
4

no, absolutely not. I attempted to walk to the closest dispensary in my first trip to Vegas and quickly realized that I should not be hoofing it there and back.
Granted, I got lost on the way to/and from the monorail. It was much more comfortable and faster than walking. It was also significantly less disgusting than Read more

Apr 9
25

for about 8 months of the year, you are most definitely not better off walking in Las Vegas.

Apr 8
18

I’ve been on a similar size ship in storms in the North Atlantic. It’s fun trying to drive a forklift uphill and then downhill while trying to stack pallets of frozen fish in a giant freezer.