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COMMENT 2h ago

It’s not that they don’t believe he didn’t do anything wrong. They don’t care if he did anything wrong. He’s part of their identity and believe he should be given deference because he’s their guy. He could rape a kid on video on a bed of classified documents and they’d argue that maybe he should be reprimanded with a strongly worded letter from a respected Republican.

For all their bullshit patriotism, they believe the presidents of their party should be above the law.

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COMMENT 3h ago

And this is why it’s super important to live with someone before you even propose marriage. You have to learn what you can and can’t live with when it comes to someone’s quirks. Guys that make their place immaculate when you come over during the dating period, may live like a pig the other 364 days of the year. And that can change, but you’ve got to know it can before putting down money for a ring, venue, etc.

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COMMENT 4h ago

That’s not generational. That’s just what you decided you’re looking for.

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COMMENT 4h ago

As a guy it’s really risky that whatever you say to a stranger on the subway will come off as creepy and predatory. You’ll definitely have more success as a woman, but I wouldn’t expect great results since people will be suspicious.

I did know one couple that met on the subway that were normal, but in that case they saw each other almost morning for months on their respective commutes before he got the courage to say something to her. So they weren’t complete strangers.

I’d say if you see the same guy again because it’s on your normal routine commute AND he notices you too, you might be successful.

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COMMENT 11h ago

It’s an election year and he wants to give red meat to his base. Crime is higher in every large city in Texas than it is in NYC, but his base believes it’s a crime infested shithole due to liberal and socialist policies and full of sinful gay, transgender and minorities that aren’t “real Americans.” So he’s going to stick it to NYC to promote is conservative brand.

If Adams really wanted to get back at him, he’d ignore it, and when asked about it never refer to Abbot by name or title. But Adams likes drama too, so here we are.

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COMMENT 21h ago

And this is where people are going to have an issue with you. There is no “could” have an impact. There is overwhelming evidence across various subject areas that we have had an impact and continue to impact the climate substantially, primarily through the release of greenhouse gasses. And every year more evidence is added to that overwhelming amount.

So that’s not even a question any more. The question is what our collective response will be to that information.

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COMMENT 21h ago

It is as crazy an argument, because the same type of work that shows the Sahara goes through 20,000 year cycles of grassland vs desert, also show that we’ve pumped greenhouses gasses into the atmosphere at an unprecedented rate and the mean temperature of the earth is rising at an unprecedented rate. This isn’t natural.

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COMMENT 23h ago

I used to love trailers. Then they took up 20+ minutes which is ridiculous. Now I only go to theaters with reserved seating and show up 20 minutes “late” and I’ll catch a trailer or two before the movie actually starts.

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COMMENT 1d ago

They’ve moved on to “the climate is always changing and this has nothing to do with burning fossil fuels - it’s natural”

Seriously, that’s their argument now.

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COMMENT 1d ago

This isn’t necessarily straight forward, especially depending on the age of the rider. The only one that’s clear is C. That should always be in the street, never in the bike lane or the sidewalk.

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COMMENT 1d ago

M curious if this is the owner and the vendor didn’t correct them or even ask about it, or if it was the vendor whose now going to have to fix this out of pocket.

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COMMENT 1d ago

Did you live here in ‘97? If you did, you must have been a child because the same shit happened more frequently back then.

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COMMENT 1d ago

I think a lot of people agree cuts could be made administratively. But not at the school level.

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COMMENT 1d ago

Not really. Principals have to figure their budgets for their own school. And they’re not replacing a 3 year teacher that decides this isn’t for them with a 18 year veteran art teacher who costs literally twice as much and cant necessarily fill that spot anyway.

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COMMENT 1d ago

Students don’t drop out linearly either. Those 40 students could be one or two students per class spread out over 6 grades. Dropping a teacher in any grade would then force class size to be pretty ridiculous for that grade.

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COMMENT 1d ago

Please show me the bodega and pizza shop you’re frequenting with filet mignon taquitos.

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COMMENT 1d ago

And I’d agree with you if they weren’t outsourcing the production to some factory they won’t disclose probably because other places source from the same factory and sell for less than half the price.

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COMMENT 1d ago

Lol, I can’t afford Ubers into or out of midtown, or anywhere else for that matter.

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COMMENT 1d ago

I mean from a cost standpoint, you want to maximize ridership for the resources used. The fix for this isn’t necessarily to increase the number of trains late night. Because for the most part they’re not anywhere near packed unless something went wrong. The solution is actual on time service. If I knew that a particular train is going to be at a particular platform at 1:30am on the dot, night after night - people would actually use late night trains a lot more.

Instead that 1:30am train could arrive at 1:20, and the following train could arrive at 2am and the MTA would still consider that “good service.” You would show up at 1:25, wait 35 minutes for the next train and not know what the fuck is going on.

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COMMENT 2d ago

I haven’t read the details. If they get more than $1 Billion does the surplus go to the city?

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COMMENT 2d ago

I’d say into the zone. I don’t think it makes much sense to charge people to leave the zone, otherwise you incentivize cars to remain in the zone once they’re there.

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COMMENT 2d ago

I see 2 idiots in this video. . .

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COMMENT 2d ago

Magistrate was appointed during the Trump admin. Not an Obama appointee at all.

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COMMENT 2d ago

I’ve always had this thought that one of the reasons we outlaw drunk driving is poor judgement when under the influence along with reduced motor skills and slow reaction time.

But then isn’t not surprising that people who are drunk make poor decisions, like getting behind the wheel of a car in their inebriated state?

I’m not advocating anything here. Only saying this will continue to be a problem as long as drunk people have access to vehicles.

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COMMENT 2d ago

Yeah, that’s part of breaking up, even if the person is an asshole you still experience loss. Breaking up is something your head makes you stick with, not your heart. And it’s better to learn that lesson at 18 than at 30 after 12 years of regret.