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[-] [email protected] 19 points 19 hours ago

Gotta give him some space, man.

[-] [email protected] 24 points 21 hours ago

Wouldn't even recommend leaving hot dog or up dog in a hot car.

[-] [email protected] 54 points 23 hours ago

It felt so familiar yet so disgusting.

[-] [email protected] 17 points 1 day ago

Mmm, the Man Milk Conspiracy

[-] [email protected] 1 points 1 day ago

As someone who ventured into being a chocolatier, i can feel that. The desire to make something is really strong, but then my laziness and fatigue has been helping me control that desire.

[-] [email protected] 10 points 2 days ago

What if they replace everything even the tape?

[-] [email protected] 6 points 2 days ago

I really like the design of Assaultron from Fallout 4, they didn't have such issue because their eye is placed just above the glowy part, and the glowy part is the head laser that will one shot you.

[-] [email protected] 21 points 3 days ago

Hello, i'm the admin from, and here we also faced the same problem, with the connection going from Singapore to other side of the planet is sorta hard for us to keep up as well. traffic is just significantly higher than the second most active lemmy instance, hopefully the future update will solve this issue.

[-] [email protected] 19 points 3 days ago

Because it didn't get hit by a train. Driver steer the car away from the passing train and hit a stop light.

[-] [email protected] 1 points 3 days ago

People can't travel 30 miles from their home to the office entirely using public transit.

Does ALL Americans travel 30 miles for work?

Walkable cities and light rail are Last-mile. Heck - throw in high-speed for the majority of the transit and you still have a huge first-mile problem, which is by far the hardest to solve.

Foldable bicycle? Kick scooter? Skateboard? Frequent scheduled tram? Frequent scheduled buses? Walkable suburb?

The reasons modern cities are designed around cars is because cars are flexible.

So does all those micromobile.

Add a street for a new row of houses and every single one of those points is connected to every end point in a single step. No new scheduling, routing, or transit lines required

That's what called lazy design, and that's why american and all the people from car dependent city are so miserable about their daily commuting.

Problem solved with a little asphalt.

Our definition of "little" might be a bit different.

It's an easy solution

And a costly one. Maintaining road for car is far more expensive than for public transport because of the amount of people each mode of transport carry.

backing out of it is very, very difficult

It's difficult because it's written into stupid law by stupid politician. That's what i called lacking political will.

because it must be replaced with a complicated, expensive solution that's less-convenient for most users.

It's not even about replacing one for another, it's about providing a good, viable option, and not a half done one then call it a day, to people who want to use such infrastructure.

I'm not anti-transit at all, but people around here seem to believe that a city can be fixed with the power of wishes and fairy dust just because another city that covers 1/10th the area and was developed hundreds of years before auto-centric decelopment ago managed to do it.

Nobody think that, that's just strawman argument. You know why people around here don't take you seriously? Because you never pay attention to what their stand are. There's a reason carbrain is a popular term with urbanist/pro-strong town because car people just can't seems to wrap their head around on the concept of giving people the option for viable alternative transport. Literally every car brain i met seems to believe everyone is living on some edge case hence car should be the only transport, they never seems to think edge case is just that, edge case.

I'll just leave this video here.

[-] [email protected] 2 points 3 days ago

It just moves the traffic to the transit stations

The first step and the mindset is already wrong, focusing on moving traffic instead of removing traffic. So yeah, of course it wouldn't work. Houston failed at it doesn't mean other city would fail too.

[-] [email protected] 2 points 3 days ago

If that isn't your intention, then i'm sorry, but i'm not the only one getting the same vibe, and i genuinely not sure why you bring out extreme condition where other mode of transport doesn't work either.

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