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Comment: Re:They should go (Score 2) 198

Why not? You allow only half the vehicles on the street today and the other half tomorrow. You have halfed your traffic and brought your pollution levels down. It is quite simple to enforce by number plates. Petrol today and diesel tomorrow on the other hand is difficult to enforce, makes no sense.

Comment: Re:Brought to you by the same government (Score 1) 127

by ThatsMyNick (#49092767) Attached to: Fedcoin Rising?

What is wrong with reducing ones taxes? I dont see anything wrong with it. If someone tells me, if I make deposits worth more than 10,000, I will be taxed a second time, I for sure will stop making deposits above 10,000. I would be stupid not to.

You have no sympathy for anyone trying to reduce their tax bill? You have a weird sense of morality.

Comment: Re:Halves (Score 1) 164

by ThatsMyNick (#49072389) Attached to: How is your book reading divided between fiction and non-fiction?

But mine is 50-50. I enjoy reading both, and I consciously read 1 fiction and 1 non-fiction at the same time. Overall I am pretty sure the time spend is close to 50-50, depending my interest in the 2 books I am currently reading, the time spend may vary a bit. Sometimes I get so engaged, I marathon one of the books, and slow read the other. Number of books wise in the past 5 years it would be 50-50. Time-wise it should be really close to 50-50.

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