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u/alpaca_obsessor · 6 pointsr/WhitePeopleTwitter

I don’t know where the other poster pulled 3600 from, but I still agree with his main argument that parking shouldn’t be subsidized as it’s ridiculously expensive to construct and takes up too much space in our urban areas. If your interested in the topic, there’s plenty of literature on it.

The Hidden Cost of Bundled Parking - Access Magazine

“Unbundling” Parking Costs is a Top Way to Promote Transportation Options - Mobility Lab

Unbundling Parking Isn’t Easy but It’s Worth It - The Greater Margin

The High Cost of Free Parking

u/DoctorMort · 3 pointsr/WhitePeopleTwitter

> Is your current assessment seriously that “people always vote for the most reasonable and prepared candidate but the parties just won’t put them out?”

Nope, I pretty much agree 100% with what you said. I would agree with the notion that the parties won't put out their "best" candidates, but it's not like I would expect the populace to vote for a candidate based on his/her merit anyway.

You might like the book the Myth of the Rational Voter.

u/CattitudeLatitude · 0 pointsr/WhitePeopleTwitter

Why, you're more than welcome to point me in the "right" direction, since you're arguably feeling quite certain of yourself. Do be careful to provide reliable sources, though! :)

Incidentally, have you read "Days of Rage" by Bryan Burrough? It certainly doesn't reveal a particularly plesant modern history of the american left, to be sure.

u/bloodraven_darkholme · 1 pointr/WhitePeopleTwitter

For any one who likes West World and dense philosophy texts -- Jaynes wrote an interesting theory on how humans "evolved" the inner monologue: His book is great, but not for the faint of heart.

u/ThatsWhatXiSaid · 2 pointsr/WhitePeopleTwitter

> All of that said, you can get small prep bowls and tiny dishes relatively cheap

I picked up four glass bowls similar to what they use for the smaller items for a buck at I think Dollar Tree awhile back. Not just relatively cheap but cheap cheap.

edit: They look pretty much identical to these. Incidentally they work great for board game night to organize little pieces, especially if you need to grab them frequently.

u/Sand_isOverrated · 2 pointsr/WhitePeopleTwitter

If this kind of stuff really interests you, you should read On Food And Cooking by Harold McGee. Amazing book about the history and scientific principals that drive modern cooking.

u/jackwa11 · 285 pointsr/WhitePeopleTwitter

Save Vietnam’s Wildlife

And to support the 4 species of African Pangolin:

You can “adopt” a Pangolin with the WWF

Pangolin conservation center in Vietnam
(Or you can buy the children’s book, the Roly Poly Pangolin , that donates it’s proceeds here)

For conservation information, and a good place to donate for education and conservation

Wildlife Conservation Society’s pangolin page

Wildlife trafficking monitoring network

As always, everyone should check out everything they donate to on charity watch

u/the9trances · 1 pointr/WhitePeopleTwitter

If you're interested in learning more historical information about the Bible, Lee Strobel's The Case for Christ is very enjoyable to read and packed with well-sourced information. It engages very directly with skeptical questions

u/jonrock · 2 pointsr/WhitePeopleTwitter

Reading recommendation: "The Great Switcheroo" by Roald Dahl, from the collection Switch Bitch.

u/Mobilematt1 · 1 pointr/WhitePeopleTwitter

You buy yourself one of these.

Panlong Bluetooth OBD2 OBDII Car Diagnostic Scanner Check Engine Light for Android - Compatible with Torque Pro

It’s $11 you can find what the code actually means and research in the internet to see if it’s worth fixing. You can even clear most codes with this.

u/GAF78 · 1 pointr/WhitePeopleTwitter

I smoked for 20+ years. Tried everything. Quit and started back countless times. This actually changed my thinking and helped me get free.

u/HDThoreauaway · 4 pointsr/WhitePeopleTwitter

You should take a skim through Donald Shoup's The High Cost of Free Parking, and give a Google to "induced demand." It becomes clearer what the operating theory is.

u/knuckles312 · 5 pointsr/WhitePeopleTwitter

Mini 3.5 Inch Glass Bowls for Kitchen Prep, Dessert, Dips, and Candy Dishes or Nut Bowls, Set of 12

u/spyd3rweb · 1 pointr/WhitePeopleTwitter

You can buy a $10 ODBII/bluetooth adapter and connect to it with your phone, and read and/or reset the codes.

u/nottings · 3 pointsr/WhitePeopleTwitter

There is a book by Tom Vanderbilt, “Traffic”, that actually debunks this fallacy. You don’t even have to buy the book to read the section apropos to this topic. see excerpt here

u/SpockShotFirst · 26 pointsr/WhitePeopleTwitter

Unfortunately, you are unintentionally correct.

Failing Law Schools

> The average law school graduate’s debt is around $100,000—the highest it has ever been—while the legal job market is the worst in decades, with the scarce jobs offering starting salaries well below what is needed to handle such a debt load.