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Yeah, so screw them right?? They should be thankful for electricity, paved roads, or any infrastructure. They choose to stay in the boonies so they deserve shitty everything!
Broadband companies have received subsidies specifically to build out rural access while also lobbying to keep the definition of "broadband" pitifully low.
Besides, roughly zero reasonable people are suggesting that people should not work. So kindly take your strawman and burn it.
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They need to work while sick and potentially infectious? Thus risking not only their own physical and mental well-being but continuing to risk the lives of immunocompromised people who already had enough to deal with before a worldwide pandemic?
Because you do realize that the funds are there, we just willingly choose (as a country/society) not to give enough of a shit to actually meaningfully change the course of the ship, instead just letting it scrape against the iceberg for years, hoping it will stay afloat on thoughts and prayers, because "muh profits!"
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At the risk of starting a religious discussion, I am surprised GM opted for the looks of unibody construction.
I am not speaking at all to the actual underpinnings or the merits of any particular engineering—only to the styling decisions given the, er, strong opinions of traditional truck buyers…