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- Sat, 11 Jul 2020 13:07:33 EST 9pnVG34a No.5024443
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USA needs more bike lanes and light rail.
Urban sprawl is really shit.
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Betsy Brombleperk - Sat, 11 Jul 2020 13:10:01 EST Chr3HTu6 No.5024447 Reply
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OP you don't get it bro it's actually revealed preference bro trust me this is what the consumer wants bro they want to spend 5-10 grand yearly on the privilege of driving for an hour on clogged interstates in order to get fifteen miles across town it's so much better than waiting for a bus bro
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Ivan Menjivar - Sat, 11 Jul 2020 13:15:20 EST S72JzHzk No.5024452 Reply
>>5024445
Demolish the overpasses and let people build housing in walkable, convenient areas.

Studies show that adding lanes to highways doesn’t actually improve traffic anyway.
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Pike Queen Cornelius - Sat, 11 Jul 2020 13:34:16 EST +wy2qBPO No.5024473 Reply
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Nice to see you, Bernd.
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Anton Dongway - Sat, 11 Jul 2020 18:01:56 EST eOP+kd50 No.5024634 Reply
But couldn't the traffic could just turn a corner?

>>5024452
scientifically people need at least a football field in every direction from each other. Or they can mummify their remains over the top.
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Lois Lane - Sat, 11 Jul 2020 22:06:17 EST 3oHqak2o No.5024788 Reply
>>5024443
What if there were a shuttle just for bicycle assholes? A whole barge of them. Attract them with mirrors and noise pop
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Tank Abbot - Sat, 11 Jul 2020 22:30:17 EST 43iapNf1 No.5024798 Reply
>>5024788
It never ceases to amaze me how oddly triggered Americans get by the concept of a bicycle
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Rebecca Brovingtut - Sat, 11 Jul 2020 22:36:56 EST jFMQXDRB No.5024805 Reply
>>5024800
It never ceases to amaze me how oddly triggered Americans get by the concept of a human-powered or motor-powered, pedal-driven, single-track vehicle, having two wheels attached to a frame, one behind the other.
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HannahCrimmlestone.pm5 - Sat, 11 Jul 2020 22:39:52 EST ROpq0DAd No.5024808 Reply
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>>5024800
You need to chill out dude, you're not being oppressed by bicycles.
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Lois Lane - Sat, 11 Jul 2020 22:42:39 EST 3oHqak2o No.5024809 Reply
>>5024805
No you're still using that stale word, have you had your medication today? I thought pop pop was watching you.
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Lois Lane - Sat, 11 Jul 2020 22:44:42 EST 3oHqak2o No.5024812 Reply
>>5024808
No you're just belligerent because you think cars are out to get you.
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Rebecca Brovingtut - Sat, 11 Jul 2020 22:47:54 EST jFMQXDRB No.5024813 Reply
>>5024809
It never ceases to fill me such awesome confusion how strangely or uncommonly triggered citizens of the United States of America become by the concept of a human-powered or motor-powered, pedal-driven, single-track vehicle, having two wheels attached to a frame, one behind the other.

???????????????
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Rebecca Brovingtut - Sat, 11 Jul 2020 22:58:41 EST jFMQXDRB No.5024821 Reply
>>5024815
Sorry dude I'm just trying to calm you down. I wouldn't want to use any scary words you don't like.
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Lois Lane - Sat, 11 Jul 2020 23:06:45 EST 3oHqak2o No.5024830 Reply
>>5024829
If I inflate his tires will he forgive me? God I hope that's not a biker euphemism
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Rebecca Brovingtut - Sat, 11 Jul 2020 23:10:38 EST jFMQXDRB No.5024834 Reply
>>5024830
I don't own a bike and the spandex isn't bike related. I can take it off if you want ;)
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Roy Nelson - Sat, 11 Jul 2020 23:17:20 EST eOP+kd50 No.5024836 Reply
I was imagining a trike electric scooter but the width and the trouble even bicycles are having.
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Lois Lane - Sat, 11 Jul 2020 23:31:22 EST 3oHqak2o No.5024840 Reply
>>5024836
I just want a self driving bicycle with four wheels that is indiscriminate towards fucking up all bystanders
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Rebecca Brovingtut - Sat, 11 Jul 2020 23:38:11 EST jFMQXDRB No.5024843 Reply
>>5024835
Well you can grab my horn until you ring my bell if you know what I'm saying
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Roy Nelson - Sat, 11 Jul 2020 23:53:57 EST eOP+kd50 No.5024860 Reply
>>5024840
I like thinking about mechanics and thought of a chariot 3 wheeler scooter, smaller wheels than a segway, it rests on 3 wheels, front handlebar rotational so you can pull it around like a store. More than 45km distance range, 20-degree slope incline, etc..
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Albert - Sun, 12 Jul 2020 00:55:25 EST HKNlG3Ai No.5024886 Reply
>>5024869
ah yes the olden days of dunebuggies. everybody had a dunebuggy back then. you could put one together in an afternoon for less than a hundred simoleons. gandpa and me used to shoot wamp rats out on the dunes when we was dunebuggying. put the sick nitro mod in that bitch and you could outrun the dune rangers doing moonbiscuit runs to toshi station and back all night. course you had to watch out for sand people, it got to where you couldn't even kill em anymore because of the godamn liberals on the council but then vader came thru and took care of that. ah those were the days, the ol dunebuggy days of yore.
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Rebecca Brovingtut - Sun, 12 Jul 2020 01:06:07 EST jFMQXDRB No.5024888 Reply
>>5024886
How fast could you make the Kessel run? Don't you dare say 12 parsecs
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Roy Nelson - Sun, 12 Jul 2020 01:50:30 EST eOP+kd50 No.5024901 Reply
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>>5024869
Sounds like fun, I need to make it as light as possible, maybe less than 17kg, and with the anti-gravity add on's then we can be the mule and pull it around in the shops.
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Shiney McShine - Sun, 12 Jul 2020 02:19:13 EST CEM9+gdL No.5024904 Reply
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>>5024443
Not just them means of travel kind miss or sir, but footpaths and the solemn communion with nature or some such experience that's quite a bit quieter and significantly less stressful.
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Tyler Florence - Sun, 12 Jul 2020 04:09:16 EST /WpbvBEK No.5024923 Reply
>>5024443
was this shit designed during the 50s by some guy high on "diet pills"? because it surely looks like it.
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Rebecca Brovingtut - Sun, 12 Jul 2020 12:28:50 EST jFMQXDRB No.5025037 Reply
>>5024923
You're thinking of New Jersey. You can't even make a damned left turn without making 3 rights. God damned jug handles fucking government
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Oliver Crobbleshit - Sun, 12 Jul 2020 13:26:37 EST ImKuX0U0 No.5025053 Reply
I like bikes. I own one even
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Hamilton Shakelock - Sun, 12 Jul 2020 13:27:25 EST Chr3HTu6 No.5025054 Reply
>>5024812
>cars are out to get you

i've seen motorists on the internet brag about not taking any precautions whatsoever around bicyclists in an attempt to discourage bicycling in their cities.

personally, i think bicyclists should be given priority, and that cars should be systematically discouraged through higher taxes on gasoline and tax stamps on vehicles larger than a subcompact, increasing progressively based on tonnage and dimensions. no more four door lifted cvck trvcks. you're gonna get exposed to the elements like a fucking man, bitch boy.
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Lois Lane - Sun, 12 Jul 2020 14:50:53 EST 3oHqak2o No.5025091 Reply
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>>5025054
You need special treatment and I'm the bitch? Ignoring annoying cyclists isnt the same as being some moustache twirling villain, you twerp.
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Hamilton Shakelock - Sun, 12 Jul 2020 14:56:12 EST Chr3HTu6 No.5025095 Reply
>>5025091
sorry, but motorists receive an excess of four hundred or so billion in federal and state spending to support their nasty habit in the form of infrastructure and tax credits for motorists, and that's not even counting the social costs generated by private automobile use that motorists never have to pay for (such as the cost of pollution and the displacement of people for highway construction). motorists are literally spoiled rotten, and then have the gall to drive dangerously around people who brave the elements and use their own autonomous power to get from point A to point B. absolutely pathetic bunch.
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Lois Lane - Sun, 12 Jul 2020 15:01:00 EST 3oHqak2o No.5025096 Reply
>>5025095
Yeah okay let's all transport goods via bicycle. I'm sure you can handle moving a futon on your big wheel like a brave big boy.
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Hamilton Shakelock - Sun, 12 Jul 2020 15:08:53 EST Chr3HTu6 No.5025102 Reply
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>>5025096
putting aside the fact that cargo bikes and bike trailers exist and that it's routine for people in countries with adequate bicycling infrastructure to use them, do you really think people advocating against private automobiles are also advocating against moving trucks?
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Leon Belmont - Sun, 12 Jul 2020 15:56:02 EST 200WE7es No.5025117 Reply
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>>5024443

If your car has wheel spikes I will destroy your side mirrors.
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Lois Lane - Sun, 12 Jul 2020 16:00:41 EST 3oHqak2o No.5025118 Reply
>>5025117
That being ridiculous aside, are you really getting that close to a moving vehicle?
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Rebecca Brovingtut - Sun, 12 Jul 2020 16:06:11 EST jFMQXDRB No.5025121 Reply
>>5025117
Holy shit thats some ancient Egyptian stuff. We're really going full circle on this one. Let my people go
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Leon Belmont - Sun, 12 Jul 2020 16:19:47 EST 200WE7es No.5025128 Reply
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>>5025118
yea, vehicles never go faster than bikes in my city. I could take a mirror off and bike off while the car is stuck in traffic. Same goes if they're parked in bike lane.
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Lois Lane - Sun, 12 Jul 2020 16:53:16 EST 3oHqak2o No.5025158 Reply
>>5025150
Why would the swiss army knife be open or even attached to the pack for that matter, its basically useless now, there must be something more than spatial awareness lacking in cyclists.
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Heihachi Mishima - Sun, 12 Jul 2020 17:24:00 EST oxyVyArR No.5025174 Reply
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>>5024798 yeah I'm trying to bike around my yuppie subdivision and twice I've people in cars throw drinks at me. Which I find weird because they're not empty or ice only drinks, so this person gets so mad at me being in the bike lane that they're willing to sacrifice like one to give dollars of consumables in the vain hope that it stains my clothes??? Aren't you going miss your coffee when you get home? So many questions.
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Lois Lane - Sun, 12 Jul 2020 17:40:03 EST 3oHqak2o No.5025176 Reply
>>5025174
Maybe they just think you're a nerd, I've never experienced any of this when I rode a bike around.
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Lois Lane - Sun, 12 Jul 2020 19:07:39 EST 3oHqak2o No.5025218 Reply
>>5025216
A nerds a nerd regardless of color, nationality, creed, age, gender, sexual orientation, height, weight, what scifi franchise is bestest
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Nigglet Dimpleton - Sun, 12 Jul 2020 19:09:57 EST Ij0CgsDP No.5025219 Reply
>>5025176
Riding your tricycle up and down your drive-way doesn't count.
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Hedda Cullerlane - Mon, 13 Jul 2020 19:28:39 EST JAabUWi9 No.5025692 Reply
>>5025223
you've been a dumb cunt this whole thread. smoke more and chill out. nb
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Leskit - Mon, 13 Jul 2020 19:34:51 EST 3oHqak2o No.5025700 Reply
>>5025692
Shut up and power my rickshaw, pussy. I'm transporting more beans today.
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Philippe Édouard Cauderlier - Mon, 13 Jul 2020 19:42:16 EST jFMQXDRB No.5025708 Reply
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>>5025702
Are you guys having a shit fit with out me? Really?!!??!!?!?!? We need more Vespas that is the problem with America. It is a bike that burns fossil fuels and is kinda obscure so hipsters will like it plus still pushes forwards America's engineered dependence on fossil fuels. They're European or some shit so you can feel classy while you pollute the environment at a lower rate and satisfy your desire to be unique at the same time. Its a win win for everybody. Anyone who drives a car or rides a bike is a BIG PUSSY and is insecure with their masculinity
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Friedrich Bessel - Mon, 13 Jul 2020 19:55:40 EST eOP+kd50 No.5025721 Reply
>>5025708
I had a small bike years ago, the issue is the engine and pistons and parts wear out so fast, it might be ergonomic to run but not for distance, or time. They may as well make a quality electric engine, less wear. If they can even get a vehicle to the last 20 years let alone a lifetime, with the raw cost.
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Captain Solok - Mon, 13 Jul 2020 20:05:28 EST jFMQXDRB No.5025725 Reply
>>5025713
Respek. That is a bold position but I support it. I don't think Bernie could pull it off though

>>5025721
I hear you well composed argument and raise you 1 YOURE A FUCKING BITCH!!!!!
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Baby Eater - Mon, 13 Jul 2020 20:25:21 EST eOP+kd50 No.5025732 Reply
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>>5025725
ok then you win, Vespas it is. I was eyeing them up back then. But found a Honda with enough room under the seat to put 'my helmet in for convenience sake.
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CharlotteGrimgold.sh - Mon, 13 Jul 2020 20:45:38 EST cxpilczL No.5025737 Reply
there's a lot of angry folks in this here thread. i have absolutely nothing to contribute.
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Witch of Izalith - Tue, 14 Jul 2020 10:11:49 EST 0PUEIEft No.5025931 Reply
This country really needs a high-speed rail network.
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Witch of Izalith - Tue, 14 Jul 2020 10:20:20 EST 0PUEIEft No.5025933 Reply
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Btw I’m interested in ebikes
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Baby Eater - Tue, 14 Jul 2020 10:42:15 EST eOP+kd50 No.5025940 Reply
the ebikes are lined up outside the restaurants during these plague times.
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Frankie Edgar - Tue, 14 Jul 2020 10:46:07 EST xIvA5Qzu No.5025943 Reply
>>5025933
senior citizens on electric bikes are a menace that we as a society ar not prepared for
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Captain Solok - Tue, 14 Jul 2020 12:09:21 EST jFMQXDRB No.5025959 Reply
>>5025931
Yo have you heard about the Tesla guy Elong Musc? He has the best idea ever! It is super realistic and gonna take over the nation in no time. He wants to bore holes in the earth and put a mag lev train in a vacuum. It is a super new idea and I've never seen anyone talk about it before. Pretty sure he came up with it
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Witch of Izalith - Tue, 14 Jul 2020 12:15:17 EST 0PUEIEft No.5025961 Reply
>>5025943
I’m all for it. It’s better than seeing them driving cars and making traffic worse. And it’s good for their health.
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Witch of Izalith - Tue, 14 Jul 2020 12:17:19 EST 0PUEIEft No.5025962 Reply
>>5025959
Elon has some derpy ideas, especially that boring company.
You could render all of his business ideas moot with just bike lanes, light rail, subway and high-speed rail. And it would cost less money.
But I guess EVs are better than internal combustion cars.
Can’t wait for delivery vans to be all electric cause they’re quieter.
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Bird Keeper Nathaniel - Tue, 14 Jul 2020 12:18:03 EST z9TImn5C No.5025964 Reply
>>5024614
More like socialism/corrupt state capitalism actually. Most rail in this country was built by corporations, paid for primarily with private funds and is still largely run by said companies (though now merged into far fewer), whereas freeways were government projects from day one, and continue to cost ludicrous amounts of taxpayer dollars today.
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Bird Keeper Nathaniel - Tue, 14 Jul 2020 12:22:09 EST z9TImn5C No.5025966 Reply
>>5025959
In general, one should never trust anything a car company CEO has to say about public transport.
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Captain Solok - Tue, 14 Jul 2020 12:47:06 EST jFMQXDRB No.5025972 Reply
>>5025966
I guess its a good thing he isn't a general lol. Dude its gonna blow up I'm telling you they already made multiple tests tracks 5 years ago and proved the concept!!!!! I just hope they let me take my bike on there
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Bird Keeper Nathaniel - Tue, 14 Jul 2020 12:57:26 EST z9TImn5C No.5025975 Reply
>>5025972
Still has yet to beat the speed record of regular maglev or even conventional rail though, not to mention the cost, lack of capacity, incompatibility with existing infrastructure, etc. America needs a public transit solution which is practical now, not some meme pushed by Musk so he can sell more cars until it's actually ready to build.
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Shakaar Edon - Tue, 14 Jul 2020 13:08:50 EST 3oHqak2o No.5025977 Reply
>>5025940
I much prefer electronic bikes to the scooters, you'd think people would be better at riding those but really it just lowers the bar of incompetence.
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Shakaar Edon - Tue, 14 Jul 2020 13:10:50 EST 3oHqak2o No.5025978 Reply
>>5025977
My grammar might be fucked because I'm not drunk yet, but you know what I mean
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Captain Solok - Tue, 14 Jul 2020 13:36:44 EST jFMQXDRB No.5025987 Reply
>>5025986
Fucking casual. Flying cars are the future especially if we can integrate it with public transit ala autonomous vehicles. Along Mask knows
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Jamie Keyes - Tue, 14 Jul 2020 13:39:44 EST 4X7bwPoC No.5025988 Reply
>>5025987
...so, autonomous helicopters?

I'll call the prefect of São Paulo.
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Captain Solok - Tue, 14 Jul 2020 13:46:38 EST jFMQXDRB No.5025993 Reply
>>5025992
Guys it's a flying car. I'm serious. But what if it was also amphibious? That so
Would be a motorized duck
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Captain Solok - Tue, 14 Jul 2020 14:38:57 EST jFMQXDRB No.5026010 Reply
>>5025998
THAT DOESN'T DRIVE!!!

I think for a motorized duck it would need to fly, swim, and drive(preferably waddle)
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Witch of Izalith - Tue, 14 Jul 2020 14:59:50 EST 0PUEIEft No.5026027 Reply
>>5025964
Bingo. even public rail would be cheaper than highways.
Rail charges a fare whereas highways are “free” and just a continual moneysink. And they’re expensive.
>>5025964
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Bird Keeper Nathaniel - Tue, 14 Jul 2020 15:38:58 EST z9TImn5C No.5026056 Reply
>>5025979
>meme tech pushed by car company CEO which has yet to be used in any transit system
>tech which has existed for almost 200 years and is in most major cities on the planet to some extent
>equally practical
Yeah no, you are beyond retarded.
>>5025984
A truly awful idea, cars are dangerous enough without adding another dimension of movement. At that point even staying indoors 24/7 wouldn't be safe, drunken idiots would be doing 9/11s every day.
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Jorge Santiago - Tue, 14 Jul 2020 15:44:55 EST 64EjuGM0 No.5026058 Reply
Agreed. The country was designed for people in the mid 1900s with shit like "american dream" "the automobile" and "everyone getting a piece of that fresh american pie"

Well that's all gone to shit now. The way to the future is to make your city look like India.
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CharlotteGrimgold.sh - Tue, 14 Jul 2020 16:33:50 EST cxpilczL No.5026073 Reply
>>5025995

didnt one of those sink and kill everyone on board in seattle a few years ago or something?
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Sayaka Obihiro - Tue, 14 Jul 2020 16:49:19 EST HKNlG3Ai No.5026090 Reply
>>5026073
I think it was missouri for some reason, but you might be right. anyway, the problem is they're top-heavy. that canopy was added on post-production when they turned these old ww2 landing craft into amphibious tourist buses. so it gets windy, they blow over.
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Captain Solok - Tue, 14 Jul 2020 17:20:45 EST jFMQXDRB No.5026102 Reply
>>5026056
>another dimension of movement
So what do you only play side scrollers or something hipster?
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Bird Keeper Nathaniel - Tue, 14 Jul 2020 18:26:09 EST z9TImn5C No.5026122 Reply
>>5026102
I'm talking about the real world, (hypothetical) real flying cars and real idiots crashing them into buildings though. Cars are already one of the leading causes of death in this country, giving the average driver a whole new axis of movement would increase the danger tenfold. Instead of just worrying about idiots merging from the sides, brake checking or accelerating into you, now you have to worry about vertical collisions as well, crashes will no longer be neatly contained by roads and thus could take place anywhere people live, and above a certain height basically any crash at all is guaranteed to be lethal. The drunk driver who would previously just plough into your fence harmlessly would now be crash landing on your roof instead, or into an apartment block or office building. Overall, that sounds like a nightmarish scenario which should be avoided
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Captain Solok - Tue, 14 Jul 2020 18:48:34 EST jFMQXDRB No.5026127 Reply
>>5026122
>increase the danger tenfold
How many dimensions are we adding 1 or 9? lol

Look at the amount of flight crashes there are out there. The odds of planes crashing are staggeringly low. Why would flying cars be any different? A strict operator licences could be applied. Plus this wouldn't be for your average Joe the Plumber type. It would be a luxury reserved for those who could afford it, rightfully so.

Probably sounds nightmarish to you because you're too stupid to make enough to afford it.
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Bird Keeper Nathaniel - Tue, 14 Jul 2020 19:01:16 EST z9TImn5C No.5026132 Reply
>>5026127
Because there are relatively few planes compared to cars, they're operated primarily by trained professionals or enthusiastic hobbyists, the flight paths are coordinated by air traffic control, and (in most cases) they can't land or take off anywhere outside an airport. In order for flying cars to be safe, they'd have to follow all those same restrictions, at which point you may as well just get a helicopter.
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Captain Solok - Tue, 14 Jul 2020 19:06:28 EST jFMQXDRB No.5026136 Reply
>>5026132
I don't like that H word. Please stop using it. Your argument is idiotic. If the accident rate is the same just because the number of flights increase, increasing the number of accidents, it would not make flying cars any less credible then airplanes. You sound regressive as fuck, possibly a neo-luddite.
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Daniel Radcliffe - Tue, 14 Jul 2020 19:29:17 EST kY8QKDp1 No.5026142 Reply
>>5026127
Cars don't fly stupid. We'll call them something else, aviphibious vehicles or some shit
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Bird Keeper Nathaniel - Tue, 14 Jul 2020 19:47:02 EST z9TImn5C No.5026154 Reply
>>5026136
I'm saying that if you made flying even half as convenient as driving, that wouldn't just increase the number of flights, it would also mean increasing the number of potential destinations, the complexity of flight control, and the skill range of pilots, all of which would make flying far more dangerous. You sound like the kind of fucktard who'd buy powdered alcohol or a Waterseer.
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Baby Eater - Tue, 14 Jul 2020 19:53:39 EST eOP+kd50 No.5026159 Reply
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Maybe in the Fifth Element if the car has a malfunction it has explosive emergency rocket boosters to glide it to the ground.
Maybe with Bladerunner cars they had a small backup system that could provide just enough lift for an emergency landing.
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Sayaka Obihiro - Tue, 14 Jul 2020 19:57:50 EST HKNlG3Ai No.5026162 Reply
>>5026159
just start a company that makes different models of futurecars based off sci fi

probably have to give up at some point and get stuck doing repairs but hey shoot for the stars land in the neo-favela dystopia
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Captain Solok - Tue, 14 Jul 2020 19:57:50 EST jFMQXDRB No.5026163 Reply
>>5026154
All I hear are baseless assumptions. Why would the skill range of pilots change? Why would increasing the amount of destinations be more dangerous? You're acting like a flying a car is impossible to and requires a masters degree or something.

You're just jumping to conclusions because you don't like the idea of flying cars not because you have a solid argument.
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I.G. Tarah - Tue, 14 Jul 2020 20:03:11 EST HKNlG3Ai No.5026169 Reply
i bet the only way we'll get flying cars if there's ww3 and fighter craft become the new footsoldier as a counter to autonomous drones so there's this massive industry shift to personal aircraft alongside advances in power generation or batteries
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Jesus Farthingstock - Thu, 16 Jul 2020 09:43:26 EST 0PUEIEft No.5026585 Reply
I’m really hoping Biden starts building a national high-speed rail network. They used to call him Amtrak Joe because he uses trains so much.
Twice the Obama administration proposed a HSR network but republicans cut it out of the budget.
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Master Splinter - Thu, 16 Jul 2020 10:12:08 EST kY8QKDp1 No.5026593 Reply
When Kanye west is president we'll all be pushing mayonnaise colored benzes
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Jadzia Dax - Thu, 16 Jul 2020 11:54:17 EST JCyKKxIR No.5026623 Reply
>>5026585
>I’m really hoping Biden starts building a national high-speed rail network.
Biden is gonna give tax breaks to oil and car companies, before rambling about how totally beat Malcolm X in an arm-wresting match back in the 60s or some shit.

And you will be told to be grateful for it.
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Link Shitrider - Thu, 16 Jul 2020 12:48:24 EST Chr3HTu6 No.5026636 Reply
>>5026623
Biden is gonna die and President Kamala Harris is gonna sell off what remains of Amtrak to BP and we're gonna be told we're racist if we don't like it.
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Frédy Girardet - Thu, 16 Jul 2020 13:16:00 EST ZLi0zWLw No.5026647 Reply
I live in one of America's more bike-able cities, but it's of limited importance since our winters are comparable to Moscow's. When the weather is nice there is serious bike traffic on the best paths.

In Sim City private car traffic 'demand' grows to meet roadway 'supply', which is hypothesized to occur in actual cities too. I believe bikes have a fairly similar issue. Each bike still needs about as much space as a car (while in motion). If you've ever been in serious bike traffic -like in a fun ride- you know how dangerous, chaotic and slow bike traffic can become.

This is now a train thread?
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Smash - Thu, 16 Jul 2020 13:50:47 EST ROpq0DAd No.5026658 Reply
>>5026647
>Each bike still needs about as much space as a car (while in motion).
wat
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RebeccaBillingbury.mod - Thu, 16 Jul 2020 16:27:17 EST WJXCbysQ No.5026727 Reply
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>>5026658
I mean if you have lone bike that is surrounded by cars, sure, but once you reduce the number of cars, each bike becomes more compressible.
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Raziel - Sun, 19 Jul 2020 13:35:40 EST oOvDjt7q No.5027918 Reply
In the USA, the oil and car lobbies bought out the Republican Party.
That’s why republicans pretend climate change isn’t real and that’s why Republicans fight against bike and rail infrastructure.

Check out opensecrets.org to see who the oil companies are buying.
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Raziel - Sun, 19 Jul 2020 13:39:53 EST oOvDjt7q No.5027920 Reply
>>5026585
Biden has mentioned building rail a few times during the debates. He’s always been a pro-transit guy which is why I liked him more than Bernie.
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Claude Offenbauker - Sun, 19 Jul 2020 14:26:52 EST Chr3HTu6 No.5027937 Reply
>>5027920
He's from Amtrak world so it makes sense, but does he have plans to actually expand Amtrak lines? We need a fucking amtrak line tracking I-20. Sick of the only way to get around here being by car.
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Raziel - Sun, 19 Jul 2020 14:30:30 EST oOvDjt7q No.5027943 Reply
>>5027937
Yeah it's on his campaign site. He wants a national high-speed rail network coast to coast.
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Aqua Admin Fuck - Sun, 19 Jul 2020 18:41:18 EST ImKuX0U0 No.5028040 Reply
>>5027943
Its weird to hear someone actually talk about plans for a change
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Legate Damar - Sun, 19 Jul 2020 19:52:52 EST HKNlG3Ai No.5028060 Reply
>>5028059
yin yang was a bretty gul guy, he universal basic income and doesnt afrad of antyhing
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Chief Eliza - Sun, 19 Jul 2020 19:58:16 EST cxpilczL No.5028061 Reply
>>5028060

he was the only candidate who was willing to even attempt to address the issues and come up with solutions, even if they were bad he at least would say "i think doing X will fix Y" instead of just screaming about how the other side is bad
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Dixie Carter - Sun, 19 Jul 2020 20:07:53 EST 4W2DOP/L No.5028063 Reply
>>5028059

I liked Yang but I feel like things would have gone alot better in the primary if Yang had dropped out earlier and backed Bernie and negotiated a cabinet spot, maybe Commerce Secretary or Interior Secretary. Both him and Bernie would have ended up in stronger positions than they are now and we wouldn't have a walking corpse as the nominee.
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Ian Porrymock - Mon, 27 Jul 2020 17:42:17 EST uvCDfc1S No.5031514 Reply
>>5024443
so i was really curious how a murkas sprawl sounds like when on the road. must be hella noisy and looked up vids of the lanes and i didnt find any, but got hooked up on cool driving vids around some cities. now check out tokyo its sooo coool! like its super cozy and old fashioned lots of bikes, clean, green, small houses, but then boom straight towards tokyo tree and skyliners, this is so exciting! https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=d115_8Wjpbg
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Torg - Mon, 27 Jul 2020 18:57:33 EST e/cj6T2T No.5031548 Reply
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>>5028063
as someone who worked for the DNC 2006-10, I wonder what you think Bernie's chances were in 2020 compared to 2016?
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Ian Tillingbury - Sun, 02 Aug 2020 08:44:06 EST oOvDjt7q No.5033786 Reply
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America needs more “missing middle” housing
It would make housing here a lot more affordable

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