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Re: Car Culture Culture
« Reply #60 on: February 11, 2023, 09:31:44 pm »
Its a resort.  It sounds nice.  We should ban all cars everywhere and never leave the resort.



Grand Beach was one of the Top 10 beaches in the World, and #1 in Canada.  It is a few kn from Victoria Beach. It also has many vehicles.
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« Reply #61 on: February 12, 2023, 06:25:40 am »
I sold my cottage there a few years ago. Kind of regret it now.

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« Reply #62 on: February 12, 2023, 12:51:52 pm »
Ban cars from beaches.
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« Reply #63 on: February 12, 2023, 02:11:51 pm »
Its all a conspiracy against bikes and walking!!

Literally yes.

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Nobody said it is.

But you keep whining about is as though itís the worst thing that could happen.

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There's lots of areas friendly to bikes and walking and public transit.  Its called anywhere more urban than the suburbs.  The poorest and the richest people live there.  15min city already exists.  I know lots of people who don't own cars.  What's the issue?  Well we know you want to control everyone so they're forced to live in your personal utopia.  Good luck with that lol.

So much of this is wrong or bullshit Iíve already addressed (for example the fact that the cost of living in major cities is astronomical) so at this point itís obvious youíre not interested in listening or entertaining any point of view other than your own.
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« Reply #64 on: February 12, 2023, 02:13:11 pm »
I never said they were banning cars (strawman).  Just purposefully and needlessly making it more difficult to get anywhere (defacto qausi-ban).

No thereís a reason theyíre doing it, you just donít agree with it or anything else that might inconvenience drivers.

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« Reply #65 on: February 12, 2023, 03:40:38 pm »
Literally yes.

LOL.

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But you keep whining about is as though itís the worst thing that could happen.

It is for people who want the freedom to go somewhere further than a 15m walk from their house.  You and your urban yuppie commie ilk do want to imprison folks, like literally.  And make them live they way you want them to.  Stalinists can't mind their own business, they have to control everyone with force to make their utopia because their ideas are so stupid nobody would do it willingly.

This is why Stalinists need to build walls to keep people in instead of liberal democracies who need to build walls to keep people out, who even risk death just to live here because they're running from people like you.  If you want to hide in your basement with your cats you're free to do that, i'm not banning basements so you get more Vitamin D.

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So much of this is wrong or bullshit Iíve already addressed (for example the fact that the cost of living in major cities is astronomical)

So why do so many poor people live there dum-dum?  Most poor people in cities don't own cars, same with urban veggie-eating yuppies.  The cost of living in the burbs isn't exactly peachy.  You have to usually buy a house, for one.  I've already explained this to you.  Maybe rural folks can ride horsies again.

Anyways, nobody in Canada outside hippie-dopesmoking Vancouver area is going to be doing what you want.  Enjoy the Alberta highways!
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« Reply #66 on: February 12, 2023, 03:50:51 pm »
No thereís a reason theyíre doing it, you just donít agree with it or anything else that might inconvenience drivers.

The reason is to control people and make them live how they want to live.  Like I said, the 15m city already exists in every city.  It's called "urban".

Thankfully we live in a liberal democracy and these elective prisons will be ghost towns besides the urban veggie-eaters.  Every urban area of the Pacific coast is turning into A Clockwork Orange because of you retards.

EVs will be critical mass by the time these plans are even done.  This is such a dumb plan.
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« Reply #67 on: February 12, 2023, 04:47:59 pm »
They're making communities where you don't need to travel out on a daily basis. They aren't making them where you can't travel out. Your whole argument is based on a fundamental misunderstanding.
As Gilda Radner would say, "Never mind."
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« Reply #68 on: February 12, 2023, 04:52:16 pm »
LOL.

You have very strong opinions for someone who doesn't know a thing about the subject.


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It is for people who want the freedom to go somewhere further than a 15m walk from their house.  You and your urban yuppie commie ilk do want to imprison folks, like literally.  And make them live they way you want them to.  Stalinists can't mind their own business, they have to control everyone with force to make their utopia because their ideas are so stupid nobody would do it willingly.

Cry harder carcuck.

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This is why Stalinists need to build walls to keep people in instead of liberal democracies who need to build walls to keep people out, who even risk death just to live here because they're running from people like you.  If you want to hide in your basement with your cats you're free to do that, i'm not banning basements so you get more Vitamin D.

LOl dude the hysterical retard role is already taken by Shady, find a different beat.

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So why do so many poor people live there dum-dum?  Most poor people in cities don't own cars, same with urban veggie-eating yuppies.  The cost of living in the burbs isn't exactly peachy.  You have to usually buy a house, for one.  I've already explained this to you.  Maybe rural folks can ride horsies again.

LOl are you seriously pretending that the cost of living in the urban core of cities like Toronto and Vancouver isn't sky high? Just completely detached from reality.

The reason is to control people and make them live how they want to live. Like I said, the 15m city already exists in every city.  It's called "urban".

I've asked this before and didn't get an answer i don't expect one now because you don't have one, but why shouldn't people who don't live in dense and expensive urban centres get to have good transit and walkable neighbourhoods?
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« Reply #69 on: February 12, 2023, 06:26:46 pm »
Cry harder carcuck.

Great answer.  No cars means you can't leave the city on your own.  Only on designated bus or train routes at the times and routes and destinations they allow.  PRISON.

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LOl are you seriously pretending that the cost of living in the urban core of cities like Toronto and Vancouver isn't sky high? Just completely detached from reality.

Land costs more the closer you go toward the downtown core.  ZOMG.  And yet poor people still choose to live there.

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I've asked this before and didn't get an answer i don't expect one now because you don't have one, but why shouldn't people who don't live in dense and expensive urban centres get to have good transit and walkable neighbourhoods?
If people in the burbs wanted to walk, they'd walk.  They'd want little grocery stores near their house and companies would comply.  Most people don't want to bus an hour from work to the grocery store every day after work, and then carry 6 bags of groceries home by foot.  You don't even want to leave your basement.  Most couples don't both work within a 15m walk of their house.

Its also not efficient at all.  Many more grocery stores means big trucks driving into neighbourhoods spewing their deisel fumes everywhere dropping food off to dozens of little grocery stores.  People now just drop in for groceries on their way home from work, or drop in on the weekend on their way back from Aunt Helen's house (she lives on the other side of town...cuz she had to move closer to work).  We don't live in 1725 anymore.  How the heck do you get walkable cities but no density?  This is the most retarded thing i've ever heard.  The wonders of Maoist central planning.
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Re: Car Culture Culture
« Reply #70 on: February 12, 2023, 06:56:34 pm »
Ever since the automobile was invented, there have been parking restrictions and traffic management solutions to deal with congestion. Only since the Internet have man-babies cried fascism about it though.

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« Reply #71 on: February 12, 2023, 11:26:16 pm »
Why was my post deleted?
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« Reply #72 on: February 13, 2023, 08:09:09 am »
Why was my post deleted?

Just to be clear, it wasn't me.
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« Reply #73 on: February 13, 2023, 09:30:23 am »
Great answer. No cars means you can't leave the city on your own. Only on designated bus or train routes at the times and routes and destinations they allow.  PRISON.

Who said anything about no cars?

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Land costs more the closer you go toward the downtown core.  ZOMG.  And yet poor people still choose to live there.

What does the existence of poor people in urban cores prove, exactly?

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If people in the burbs wanted to walk, they'd walk. 

No, if people in the burbs wanted to walk they can't because the burbs are not designed for walking and there's no where to walk to.

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They'd want little grocery stores near their house and companies would comply.  Most people don't want to bus an hour from work to the grocery store every day after work, and then carry 6 bags of groceries home by foot.  You don't even want to leave your basement.  Most couples don't both work within a 15m walk of their house.

WTF are you talking about?

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Its also not efficient at all.  Many more grocery stores means big trucks driving into neighbourhoods spewing their deisel fumes everywhere dropping food off to dozens of little grocery stores.  People now just drop in for groceries on their way home from work, or drop in on the weekend on their way back from Aunt Helen's house (she lives on the other side of town...cuz she had to move closer to work).  We don't live in 1725 anymore.  How the heck do you get walkable cities but no density?  This is the most retarded thing i've ever heard.  The wonders of Maoist central planning.

Who said anything about no density? You're just totally full of stupid strawmen.

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Re: Car Culture Culture
« Reply #74 on: February 13, 2023, 09:31:17 am »
Why was my post deleted?

I did by mistake, I was on my phone trying to mark your other post with the appropriate tag and hit remove.
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