Is this the perfect street design? Or can you design one better?
Streetmix is a website where you can design a street cross section with various common elements seen on streets like drive lanes, parking lanes, bike lanes, transit lanes, trees, etc. https://streetmix.net/
I've never owned a boat. In the near future I might be moving to the American Northeast (either Pennsylvania or Maine) and considering getting one.
Would I want to get a slot at a marina or just build a boatshed on my property and truck it to a waterfront on a trailer? How big of a boat could one reasonably trailer around? Here is the midwest a lot of people own pontoon boats for lakes and keep them at home, but I was thinking of more of a sailboat/small yacht.
Would a boat suitable for the great lakes also be suitable for the ocean, maybe if I wanted to sail down to Gulf for a summer? If I wanted to be able to sail from America Europe (I think it would be a neat journey, I have a friend in Finland I could visit maybe) what kind of craft would I need to make that journey?
/n/ is full of rootless "white" suburban shills spreading blatant disinformation about mass suburbanizm and motorization, so it's time to reveal the truth. Protestant US elites were always hostile to Catholics and in 30-50s they were afraid that one day USA will become a catholic country. At that time Catholics lived in cities, in their own ethnic neighborhoods in northern cities so US government decided to drive them out of cities, which means that Catholics would have no political and cultural influence. And that's how it was done: 1. Blacks from southern states were resettled into government-funded commieblocks near ethnic neighborhoods. 2. That resettlement created tension in ethnic neighborhoods. 3. At the same time, government promotes suburbs as solution to that problem, weakening ethnic cohesion of diasporas. 4. Catholics don't live in cities anymore and they are ready to be americanized. Their neighborhoods were either sold for low price and redeveloped later or demolished to make a way for highways. 5. And now descendants of those people coping hard by spreading bullshit about "free market" or "people wanted suburbs" while being a rootless, isolated and atomized coomsooming mass.
I'm pretty sure that communist-tier zoning laws in US were created to prevent building of new ethnic neighborhoods.
tl;dr: suburbanization was a massive social engineering project, used as a weapon by US government in the war against Catholics.
With JP Morgan and BlackRock, among others, backing out of oil, what does it mean for the future of transportation in America?
Oil price has been steadily dropping because of reduced demand. Even Jim Cramer, a longtime supporter of oil and natural gas, has told his audiences to pull out because “it feels like an ice cube that’s melting”.
Do you think the oil companies will have less political clout with less financial backing or will they still be buying politicians?