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Posted 05/02/2015 02:30:24 EDT
People who have homes smaller than 4000 square feet are dumber, lazier, and less educated than those with giant homes? Really?I had no idea I sucked so much.
Posted 04/17/2015 09:07:10 EDT
I dunno. Do you think the Berkshires benefit just a hair from Boston being a regional economic power, or not?
Posted 04/15/2015 07:24:40 EDT
Oh, no! Not the slippery slope of ending regressive taxes!
Posted 04/07/2015 08:11:41 EDT
Prove that abuse. Further, prove that that abuse is worse than in other organizations (public or private). If it is actually worse, take steps to reduce it. Boom?
Posted 04/07/2015 08:08:30 EDT
"You do realize that people in the private sector do not earn more then government employees and do not get annual salary increases and the wide array of benefits as well? " Maybe people in the privat more »
Posted 04/07/2015 08:04:49 EDT
Ha. They updated the story after I posted this. Still not satisfactory--give me percentages of total trips, give me in-depth comparisons to other systems, give me comparisons to other industries. Shee more »
Posted 04/06/2015 08:02:43 EDT
Why are there no hard numbers listed here? What's "high?" What's the percentage of trips canceled due to absenteeism? Would those "high" costs be unacceptably higher if more personnel were added to bu more »
Posted 02/22/2015 12:33:43 EST
"Okay, higher costs, yes, so how much higher than the national average"I don't know, but I don't think that yelping about things being 'higher than average' is useful. So what? more »
Posted 02/22/2015 10:40:38 EST
That's a Reason Foundation report, so it's not exactly coming from an unbiased source. Nevertheless, we have 1) harsh winters, 2) lots of traffic, 3) higher-than-nat'l-average wages, and 4) an old roa more »
Posted 04/11/2014 07:12:05 EDT
It seems like the goal here is more to form a two-tier transit system so that upper-middle class tech workers don't need to deal with the unwashed masses. I'm as blue as they come, but I don't really more »
Posted 04/01/2014 07:14:56 EDT
Insurance? Why engage in a gun battle over a car?
Posted 03/22/2014 07:21:03 EDT
Posted 03/20/2014 04:02:40 EDT
Why would the game drag on forever if the number of challenges is still limited?
Posted 03/13/2014 05:22:35 EDT
It's been 12 years!
Posted 03/13/2014 07:40:02 EDT
What do you expect? Boston to have the transportation infrastructure of a world-class city? We can't have that--it's politically impossible for some reason.
Posted 02/01/2014 10:38:17 EST
What is wrong with you?
Posted 10/08/2013 10:51:10 EDT
Bus drivers' complaints are about health insurance, payroll, and unilateral changes to business practices (this could include the GPS tracking, though). I don't know, being able to afford doctor's vis more »
Posted 09/27/2013 08:13:31 EDT
You're much more likely to be killed in a car accident than in a bank robbery or a convenience store hold-up--even if you're a bank teller or a clerk.
Posted 09/13/2013 11:30:34 EDT
Renewing an outdated chipfab is a huge, expensive undertaking. Taxes had nothing to do with this.
Posted 09/12/2013 08:04:19 EDT
Posted 09/12/2013 07:44:56 EDT
Constitutions can't be changed? Hmph. You learn something new every day.
Posted 09/12/2013 07:30:06 EDT
NH wouldn't know what to do with itself if it didn't have Mass. to piggyback off of.
Posted 09/09/2013 09:12:39 EDT
The war on "excessive" salaries in STEM continues.
Posted 09/05/2013 11:30:37 EDT
>Cracked walls? That sounds like an aesthetic but not safety consideration.
Maybe a structural engineer should be the judge of that.
Posted 09/04/2013 05:40:02 EDT
Well, it *is* New Hampshire.
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