Such a premise—that supporting people experiencing homelessness will just attract more of them—is a common one.
You might be tempted to call this price gouging (probably because that’s what it is), but it’s not illegal price gouging.
The main reason inflation isn’t a conspiracy to roll back minimum wage gains is that there’s actually an inflation adjustment built into the law.
Why a French saint and not, say, a beaver with a salmon in its mouth, riding a bear?
What if you go full cowboy and don’t pull permits at all—what’s the worst that can happen?
You don’t have to be Rudy Giuliani to see the opportunity for morally bankrupt opportunism presented by a caveat in the 13th Amendment.
You’d think it wouldn’t be controversial to suggest one solution to a housing shortage is more housing, but I bet I’ll get letters.
If you really want to quantify the weather’s precise degree of moisture-based shittiness, you can use a statistic called “dew point.”
I don’t know anyone who can afford to buy a million-dollar home, and it sounds like you don’t either.
Wouldn’t speed bumps be safer and more effective?
The only thing good about it is Sesame Donuts. Hello, how about a roundabout?
How much do you have?
Poorhouse residents (many facilities unabashedly called them “inmates”) were subject to harsh rules, meager rations and few freedoms. And that’s if you could get in!
Yes, Virginia, they really did look like stamps.
Those coiled-up cables aren’t power lines at all—they’re fiber optic service loops.