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4 minutes ago, FanBack said:

Not true.   I've bolded your error. 

anytime the left wants public utilities or services, the right says "how will you pay for it". literally everything.

4 minutes ago, FanBack said:

Authoritarian = Government. 

Do you have a vote at your job? Corporations = mini dictatorships

4 minutes ago, FanBack said:

For the second bolded, prove your assertion.

You want me to list countries that have universal healthcare and high speed rail?

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2 minutes ago, f8ta1ity54 said:

anytime the left wants public utilities or services, the right says "how will you pay for it". literally everything.

Do you have a vote at your job? Corporations = mini dictatorships

You want me to list countries that have universal healthcare and high speed rail?

1)  It's a fair question. 

2)  I can vote with my feet 

3)  That's not necessarily success. 

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4 minutes ago, SpikedLemonade said:

 

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1LT
MSRP Starting From:
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Winter 2024

Reimagined balance between bold design, SUV capability and functionality, electrified.
  • GM-est. up to 400 km of range on a full charge† with FWD
  • 17.7-inch diagonal touch-screen display
  • Heated sport steering wheel and seats
  • Chevrolet Safety Assist†
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2LT
MSRP Starting From:
$56,598
Anticipated availability:

Summer 2023

Dialed-up features and functionality are paired with exceptional design in this capable, all-electric SUV.
  • GM-est. up to 470 km of range on a full charge† with FWD
  • FWD and available eAWD
  • Available Super Cruise™ Driver Assistance Technology†
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RS
MSRP Starting From:
$61,298
Anticipated availability:

Summer 2023

Head-turning, street-inspired design, packaged with the versatility of an all-electric SUV.
  • GM-est. up to 515 km of range on a full charge† with RWD
  • FWD and available RWD or eAWD
  • Black-painted grille panel and lower fascia with sporty flow-through rocker molding
  • Colour-customizable ambient accent lighting
  • Available Super Cruise™ Driver Assistance Technology†
2024-blazer-ev-1mg26-2ss-gnt-trimselector.jpg
SS
MSRP Starting From:
$80,998
Anticipated Availability:

Fall 2023

Amazingly fast and the ultimate expression of design, inside and out, that warrants the iconic SS badge.
  • GM-est. up to 465 km of range on a full charge† with Performance AWD
  • GM-est. 0- 96 kmph in under 4 seconds† enabled by Wide Open Watts performance mode
  • 22” wheels with Brembo brakes and technical Bronze-colored calipers
  • Available Super Cruise™ Driver Assistance Technology†

 

The RS is nearly twice as much as I paid for my Camaro.   465 km = 289 miles.   600 miles is the needed universal range - unless charging times are decreased or there is a swappable, parallel battery solution. 

The industry will get there; unless government mandates we buy them.   Then they'll never improve 

 

 

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15 minutes ago, FanBack said:

1)  It's a fair question. 

2)  I can vote with my feet 

3)  That's not necessarily success. 

taxes. tax the rich. not people with a million in retirement saved. I'm talking about the people who have enough money to blow on sending people to space for 5 minutes. 

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3 hours ago, FanBack said:

You're hopeless.   Glad you're reading your fascist pamphlets. 

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Fascism 1940 AD

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“Hopeless” or “hapless”, either/or is a good description of this poster 👍

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1 hour ago, FanBack said:

The RS is nearly twice as much as I paid for my Camaro.   465 km = 289 miles.   600 miles is the needed universal range - unless charging times are decreased or there is a swappable, parallel battery solution. 

The industry will get there; unless government mandates we buy them.   Then they'll never improve 

 

 

I will just give you a 👍 for a truthful post. Government intervention (I.e. regulation) RARELY, if ever adds efficiency to any start-finish procedure, “model of in-efficiency”. And it ALWAYS stifles R&D!

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6 minutes ago, Toofast80 said:

I will just give you a 👍 for a truthful post. Government intervention (I.e. regulation) RARELY, if ever adds efficiency to any start-finish procedure, “model of in-efficiency”. And it ALWAYS stifles R&D!

government intervention keeps poison out of consumer products and sets acceptable standards. government also limits child labor and worker exploitation.

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14 hours ago, f8ta1ity54 said:

We can debate whether or not the infrastructure for electric exists, but the fact still remains that the United States is well behind other first world countries in public transportation. Look at China and some of the European countries that have speed rail. They invested in public transportation and are reaping the benefits from it. In the US we just decide to add another lane to the highway. Fucking pathetic.

China also has cornered the market on bicycle ridership.

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On 7/26/2022 at 12:33 PM, f8ta1ity54 said:

government intervention keeps poison out of consumer products and sets acceptable standards. government also limits child labor and worker exploitation.

To these dumb fuckers -- government = bad.....business = good

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On 7/26/2022 at 11:27 AM, f8ta1ity54 said:

taxes. tax the rich. not people with a million in retirement saved. I'm talking about the people who have enough money to blow on sending people to space for 5 minutes. 

I have a better idea, we should ramp up taxes on everybody making $1 less than your yearly income, Somewhere a homeless person is saying, "im talking about the people who have enough money to blow on a house and a car". See how stupid that gets? Stop trying to penalize and demonize people who became wealthy from hard work and sacrifice. The last thing an inefficient wasteful government needs is more money from job creators and hard working Americans. Government needs to downsize and get more efficient.

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36 minutes ago, SpikedLemonade said:

Don't forget about Thursday's adventure Shiva.

You need to look like a professor when we visit your old university stomping grounds. 

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1 hour ago, Very Wide Right said:

I have a better idea, we should ramp up taxes on everybody making $1 less than your yearly income, Somewhere a homeless person is saying, "im talking about the people who have enough money to blow on a house and a car". See how stupid that gets? Stop trying to penalize and demonize people who became wealthy from hard work and sacrifice. The last thing an inefficient wasteful government needs is more money from job creators and hard working Americans. Government needs to downsize and get more efficient.

Lol wow that's a new and retarded argument.

It doesnt make sense because it doesn't make sense. 

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On 7/26/2022 at 11:06 AM, f8ta1ity54 said:

anytime the left wants public utilities or services, the right says "how will you pay for it". literally everything.

 

you lefties expect other people to pay for your entitled ass. 

"Waaaah , someone pay for my tuition that I knowingly and voluntarily took on. waaaah! "

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