It would be funny if it weren’t sad to see how both sides of the political spectrum are being manipulated by people that have a vested interest in seeing our national discourse turn into vehement hate.
In actuality, I’m very dumb and I have college transcripts on microfiche somewhere to prove it. It’s just that a lot of public data is available on the Google - yet folks commenting on an environmental blog seem to get their panties in a twist when comments go beyond, “cool story, bro.”
This is terrible for this man and other people like him, but the problem isn’t with Uber, it’s that a medallion is $700k. This artificial economy has always been problematic. There are also issues with ride sharing, but the answer lies somewhere in the middle, not protecting this outdated system.
Several parts to that equation:
1) There isn’t a central location where all the lava is coming from. If you look at the map above, the fissures extend for literally miles.
2) The amount of water required to solidify enough lava, quick enough, to form a barrier isn’t feasible. Even if you point your hoses at the edge of…
Well, I don’t know if my kid will be riding by 3, but I otherwise mostly agree with your sentiment. It’s lazy parenting is all it is. I don’t understand how this is a thing. Oh wait, yes I do, millennials!
Agreed. I honestly can’t even believe this is a thing. WTH.
My parents didn’t help me out what so ever. I firmly believe this is something the kid can do themselves. I don’t mean the parent should stay away, but if it comes to getting a private instructor vs. having them do it on their own, let them do it on their own.
It’s a great bonding experience with your kid, don’t just farm it out. You get to spend time with them and celebrate a victory with them. Plus it instills trust in you as a parent (something that critical as they get older).
Or...how about the better alternative. Why not let them figure it out themselves like so many kids have done including myself.
Parenting hack: find a gentle low grassy Hill such as in a park, or long incline, but thick grass. Send your kid down without having to worry about peddling, working just on balance. They feel much safer because their feet are available off the pedals to catch themselves, and it’s soft grass. After they get balance,…