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Google exists. If you decided to ask on Facebook instead of Google for what might be wrong with your car, you deserve what comes to you.
the original question was asking where to take it, not what was wrong with it. Online reviews are great, but personal experiences from your friends are even better.
I asked google... it seems like i have cancer.
Probably should just kill yourself now, then. Get it over with, you know?
Sry... asked google, he said i shouldnt do it. Also he gave me some weird number i should call, although another link told me its not worth it and that the number charges money per min.
Seems like google wants me to do absolutely nothing
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- More educated people =/= higher ratio of educated to non-educated
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I'll tell you right now what it is, boyo.
It's because when people are grouped up in huge amounts they want attention and attention leads to people believing in things or doing things they never would otherwise. Put some liberal transgenderqueerfluid in the middle of nowhere and I fucking
they wont act like the gender they claim they actually are. Because why would they? Why would some trans dude wear a dress and makeup and do his fake hair when no one's going to be there to tell him he's brave for doing it or commend him for being progressive? It's too much effort if it's just themselves.
Liberalism is a game of attention, it's all it is. "I'm this race so I need attention," "I'm this gender I need attention," "I'm this sex I need attention." It's all the same. That's why liberals fight so much and tear at each other. They don't know what the fuck it is they want, they just want people to do as they say and agree with what they say. Take away the people, take away their "political viewpoints."
Lots of reasons, but the big ones, I think, are larger concentrations of minorities and a much greater and more visible disparity in wealth between the wealthiest residents and the poorest.
"What is it about living in American cities that makes people vote blue?"
Most cities happen to have more people with an education. Level of education is often tied to political party. The more uneducated a person is the more likely they vote republican.
even if this were a fair argument. you still ignore the fact that "an education" or a degree, doesn't necessarily mean intelligent, or practical, or logical, or has common sense. I finished my undergrad degree with plenty of people who i wouldn't trust 2 minutes alone with a fork and an electrical socket.
There is a link between living in a dense city and mental illness.
More educated people =/= higher ratio of educated to non-educated
>99% of blacks live in cities
>cityfolk are educated
i have one guess. probably wrong, because who am i but a random guy on the internet.
People in cities tend to be more social, interactive. They want interdependence.socialistic.Property is expensive, so most people don't own it. Car ownership is difficult or too expensive, so most dont have them. A mass of people who dont own anything. An entire system built on "my job should provide, my landlord should provide, the city should provide, the state should provide, the government should provide." tho this is kind of a negative view, i guess it not necessarily a bad thing altogether to have a society that depends on the whole, and has safety nets/ minimum standards etc.
People in the country are less so, they think everyone should pull their own weight, earn their own living, or find a way to make money that doesn't come directly from the government, own their own property and house, and own their own car. These things create a sense of independence from others. A sense of ownership and pride in what you actually own and have worked for, not a sense of entitlement. And most of all i get the feeling country people just want to be left alone. Less government is how a lot of these small towns that fill the majority of US space operate. Small businesses that are privately owned, and create connections in the community and to the actual people, and not just some some giant corporate company or some mysterious government hand that distributes things.
but wtf do i know. im a moron XD
That is very spot on but I would add to it.
Due to the "socialised" nature of cities and the people in them there is far less individual responsibility and far more "collective" responsibility. In practice with city people of whom nothing is required "collective" responsibility is actually " someone else will take care of it", most people will think exactly that way.
Where individualism and personal responsibility are valued then people largely take care of their own needs, the need for "collective" responsibility is almost nonexistent because each individual has taken care of their needs already.
See natural disasters. Rural people handle them far far better than those in cities.
Rural people are often much friendlier and helpful aocially as well, despite being individualistic.
The reality is that in practice in human society "collective" responsibility encourages laziness and apathy in everyone from the lazy and apathetic to the suckers who are left picking up the slack. Problems are taken care of by someone else, most do little or nothing because they place faith in the mass of other lazy people to have someone to take care of the issue.
I have been to 48 states and lived in Texas and NY. Been to California. Been through and in every major city on the east coast, NYC multiple times of course. Been to all but Sanfransicko in California. Been to most of the southern cities and much of the midwest.
Cities are cesspools once you strip away the thin veneer of class the people think they have. The people are largely completely apathetic with a side of rudeness. The streets are filthy, crime rampant, homeless all over that the erudite bleeding hearts pretend dont exist as they step over them. Everything is tightly controlled or not allowed in the first place Government and people in all are Democrat of course, the one thing they all truly share.
The rural areas.....are exactly what you expect. Lots of space with little in it but friendly people and clean living. If youre a transkin from California you will see a truck or guy wearing camo and see nothing but klansmen and cousin fuckers everywhere but that is an issue with your own ignorance.
When I was young and ignorant I thought Government was intelligent and well meaning and I thought cities were much better than rural areas. Experience has taught me I was very wrong about both.
It all depends on what you value though. A lot in cities value ease of access to stores as paramount Ive noticed, a main complaint of people who leave their hive to visit the inbred hordes outside city limits.
haha yes! excellent additions. thank you. couldn't agree more.
Its sad that "theres not enough places to shop" is a major critique. how just... materialistic and fake and sad. Hopefully with sites like amazon etc. taking the place of many big retailers, there will be a move of people from cities back out to the country.
The only real draw Ive ever seen to city living is, well... thats where the jobs are. to be more exact. thats where the big money jobs are. I just never thought it was worht the sacrifice.
You make more... so that you can commute easily 30 or more minutes to work every day and either spending money on gas while you sit in traffic. or have to take a subway or bus thats probably disgusting because public transit is a joke, you can guarantee to pay more for food at restaurants, rent, houses, utilities, literally anything. and you'll spend more time waiting in traffic in general getting anywhere, waiting in line for a coffee, waiting longer at resturants because of crowds... endless waiting, while minutes of your life disappear for a few extra dollars.
or you can live in the country or near a smaller city, maybe the pay isn't phenomenal, but your work commute can be minimal, especially if you live in town, and even if you do have to drive... you get nice scenery instead of just multi lane highway with 500 sets of tailights blinding you or some homeless joe jerkin himself in the bus seat next to you. Country life youre already near nature if thats your thing. ya know the actual seeing the world part of living in the world, which is funny to me how city people usually cant wait to "get out of the city" for a trip or a weekend or whatever.Like you do know you can just live here right? and its pretty nice to live in a place where you actually know the people. Parking isnt an issue. Buying your own home can be affordable, and what you get for 100k in a rural area might be decent size house and some acreage depending on how rural. compare that to what you get in the city for 100k, its a laughable difference. plus food, rent etc. is all cheaper.
that's actually exactly right.
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