- May 21, 2008
- In Dillman's Grove
The climate change analysis was written by a former fossil fuel executive and backed by the former chief of Australia's military.
Asos recently announced that they're going to keep track of their customers returns history. I assume it's related to thatOn a monday, because of how people buy clothes now he takes more returns than he delivers as people are now buying 5 things in three sizes, having a home fitting session and sending the rest back.
What, like some kind of postal service?For people living away from urban centres and not served by public transport I suspect it's probably more efficient to get stuff delivered than to be driving to your nearest town to spend your money. Might even be more efficient in towns if people are driving - one person going in a loop between various places instead of lots of people going in and back
I was in Harrogate yesterday, the town people in the rest of Yorkshire gasp at with regard to property prices, and same thing, looks reasonable compared to Dublin. And that's at levels 2 to 3 times higher than Leeds.You know when you know things are bad here? When you're in London and you look in the window of a real estate agent in West Kensington and the rents look reasonable compared to Dublin.
And we're not building sustanable homes, there is still no proper planning...
Harrowgate is a mad place. It's the only place where I've seen these signs instead of the children crossing signs:I was in Harrogate yesterday, the town people in the rest of Yorkshire gasp at with regard to property prices, and same thing, looks reasonable compared to Dublin. And that's at levels 2 to 3 times higher than Leeds.
VW, headquartered in germany employs 250,000 people (not sure if direct or indirect) and is bound to the state of lower saxony in some kind of legacy/historical semi communist west german protectionist scheme*. They spend 6 billion a year on advertising. Hiring a bunch of scientists to undermine something wouldn't even be noticed in a budget like that, So i'd share the cynicism about the above because it is from Germany and no country in europe is more neck deep in the motor industry.
I do think electric cars are a non-solution, its still using something 15 times heavier than a person to move a person.
Hmm. When their stated principles are 'Free markets' and 'Constrained Government' I can't help but wonder if there is a bias at play here.
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