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Rolling Coal

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On September 6, 2016

I love that conservative white men’s masculinity is so fragile that the sheer existence of a Prius sets them into a spasm of hatred. Thus, rolling coal. But to diesel owners like Corey Blue of R

Express Lanes

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On April 12, 2015

No matter how many lanes of traffic governments build, they will never solve traffic problems because they incentivize more driving and more traffic, effectively subsidizing the problem they are meant

The Decline of Driving

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On June 30, 2013
Really fascinating analysis of the decline of car culture. I tend to believe it to be true, particularly among young people. And I don’t think it’s an ideological rejection of cars per se nor is it a response to climate change I don’t think. Rather, it’s just changing values, different kinds of consumer goods providing […]
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Stand By Your Limousine

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On February 9, 2013
In what is the greatest deal in the world, you can buy Tammy Wynette’s custom 1977 Lincoln limo for $7950. And check out that interior! I wonder what kind of mileage that thing gets? 2 mpg? Here’s some Tammy and George for your Saturday night. If I only had her gallons of hairspray, I could […]

Surviving Without a Car

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On May 20, 2009

Upon my return from Seattle, I found this from Dana Goldstein: Rybczynski claims that only six American cities have downtowns dense enough for a mass transit-dependent lifestyle: New York (midtown and

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