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ghostofsplinterslapfightspast
ghostofsplinterslapfightspast
Nov 4
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If they don’t own an EV, having access to a charging port would be the 11,437th thing they care about in deciding between two apartments. That’s my point; in order for chargers to get installed, there needs to be a critical mass of folks who drives EVs, which would make access to a charging port a huge incentive to Read more

Nov 4
2

Ah yes, lots of people won’t move into an apartment complex unless ::checks notes:: they have easy access to power for their block heaters. Very common occurrence.

Nov 4
2

Whatever extra money they would make wouldn’t be worth the hassle of dealing with the contractors, electricians, city permitting, etc. Presumably, the “money” would just pay the electric company for the cost of the electricity, which might even be tied directly to a tenant’s account. Read more

Nov 4
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The “Stick to Sports” argument was clearly pretext for management exercising editorial control over the content of articles to support management’s political views. The “non-sports” posts on Deadspin outperformed the “sports” posts, and anyways, the point of Deadspin was that they didn’t stick to sports. If we wanted Read more

Nov 4
2

Neutral: I live in a congested large city and have an EV (well, a Volt, but I try to drive in all EV mode whenever possible except road trips). The biggest barrier wasn’t necessarily price, and in the next 5 years, price won’t be the barrier it is now; hell, you can get a Bolt for like $28k, and as battery production Read more

Nov 4
1

Update, 9:40am ET: An earlier version of this story called Richard Spencer an “old friend” of Milo Yiannopoulos. But Yiannopoulos rejects that characterization and we’ve softened the language to make it clear that they’re not necessarily friends, despite video evidence of the two men at the same bar where Spencer was Read more

Nov 1
9

This was a fun site. The world is worse place without it. But goddamn it is better to blow it up then let it waste away. You should all feel extremely proud of the work you’ve done and the community you nurtured here.

Nov 1
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Corporations are a violation of the free market too; individuals are shielded from liability from the debts incurred by and judgments against their businesses, as if the two were separate entities. That’s a legal fictions created and enforced by strict government regulation and power. Absent that, we’d all be free to Read more