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#1 That’s one way to make sure your guests arrive on time for thanksgiving.

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COMMENTS

  • guiltypooh
    1 points Nov 24,2019, 7:40pm

    Annoying

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  • guiltypooh
    1 points Nov 24,2019, 7:40pm

    Annoying

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#2 Found at West 4th

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COMMENTS

  • RangerMain
    162 points Nov 18,2019, 10:04am

    “Give the cops a fake name and address” this must have been written by a sovereign citizen

  • stxF150
    84 points Nov 18,2019, 10:30am

    Distracting the booth clerk does nothing, they don’t enforce fare evasion and have strict rules about coming out of the booth. Giving cops a fake name and DOB is how you get arrested rather than getting a summons.

  • Laminar_flo
    75 points Nov 18,2019, 12:04pm

    This has been studied before, and the TL;DR is that free-fares trigger a ton of negative consequences that can actually lower mass-transit ridership over the longer term as the bad transit experience drives away riders.

    Here is a copy/paste from the above (via wikipedia):

    Several large U.S. municipalities have attempted zero-fare systems, but many of these implementations have been judged unsuccessful by policy makers. A 2002 National Center for Transportation Research report suggests that, while transit ridership does tend to increase, there are also some disadvantages:

    • An increase in vandalism, resulting in increased costs for security and vehicle-maintenance
    • In large transit systems, significant revenue shortfalls unless additional funding was provided
    • An increase in driver complaints and staff turnover, although farebox-related arguments were eliminated
    • Slower service overall (not collecting fares has the effect of speeding boarding, but increased crowding tends to swamp out this effect unless additional vehicles are added)
    • Declines in schedule adherence

    This U.S. report suggests that, while ridership does increase overall, the goal of enticing drivers to take transit instead of driving is not necessarily met: because fare-free systems tend to attract a certain number of "problem riders", zero-fare systems may have the unintended effect of convincing some 'premium' riders to go back to driving their cars. It should be kept in mind that this was a study that only looked at U.S. cities, and the author's conclusions may be less applicable in other countries that have better social safety nets and less crime than the large U.S. cities studied.

  • koji00
    12 points Nov 18,2019, 12:08pm

    We really are reverting back to the Dinkins years, aren't we?

  • Capital_empire
    70 points Nov 18,2019, 10:19am

    I love how this says it should just be free with no mention of how it would be funded.

  • huebomont
    40 points Nov 18,2019, 10:36am

    There are compelling arguments that fare cost isn’t the main reason for fare evasion. But the MTA does need to stop fucking around with the fare evasion issue when there are so many more important things are burning down around them.

    Every system has an acceptable amount of fare evasion they’re willing to tolerate. Getting fare evasion to zero would cost more to enforce than the fares recouped. The fact that MTA has never bothered to articulate a goal rate of fare evasion and is instead already paying more money for the cops than they hope to recover in fares is ridiculous and yet another sign our transit system is doomed on its current trajectory.

    The best thing that could happen to the MTA right now is a recession that would give them an excuse to go bankrupt and get bailed out by the state.

  • MasterDave
    7 points Nov 18,2019, 12:45pm

    lol free unlimited for NY STATE residents, you gotta be high as balls to think that would ever in a million years happen.

    Best you should hope for is an employer-funded reimbursement plan that somehow sweeps any good place to work as a perk. I work for a pretty good place and the best we get is a pre-tax reimbursement plan which nets a few bucks off the cost.

  • WentBrokeDec2018
    99 points Nov 18,2019, 9:57am

    "Why in the fuck should I PAY for services I use?"

  • FrankBeamer_
    126 points Nov 18,2019, 9:44am

    The entitlement of some of you fucks lol. Pay the goddamn fee. It's not even that expensive compared to other large city subways.

  • Noah-R
    6 points Nov 18,2019, 1:23pm

    The same people who complain about overcrowding and the delays that it causes, want to eliminate the fare, as if it won't cause way more people to try to ride the same number of trains

  • VageCheese
    33 points Nov 18,2019, 10:52am

    While youre at it, if youre hungry, just steal a sandwich. Cuz fuck everyone else right?

  • epolonsky
    18 points Nov 18,2019, 11:00am

    Transit free at point of service is not an unreasonable ideal. In order to get there, here are some of the possible compromises we would need to make. Check some or all that would be acceptable.

    • Raising taxes. Basically non negotiable that there would be some tax increase. With no other changes, my calculations show that the City would need to roughly double the local tax take (some of that might get spread to State taxes, but expect a fight in Albany).
    • Retain some charges. This would only help a bit, but we could continue to charge non-residents (as noted in the OP) and/or for longer trips. This would only make the reduction in revenues a bit smaller so needs to be combined with other points.
    • Reduction in service. This could take a few different forms. Underused lines could be closed. Probably lots of busses discontinued. Longer waits between trains.
    • Overnight. Broken out from the point above because this is the big one. Basically no other major transit system runs 24/7. This is a big reason why NYC Transit costs so much to run. All cleaning and maintenance have to be done while the system is in operation, which is expensive and dangerous. We have to keep way more rolling stock on hand so we can rotate trains out. If you ever wondered why we pay MTA workers so much overtime, this is the big driver.
    • Reduce investment. Robbing Peter to pay Paul. Forget about Second Avenue subway extensions. Forget about automated signals. Expect service to get worse and crashes to become frequent again. On the plus side, this will reduce ridership this lowering the pressure on the MTA. Remember, when their funding comes primarily from taxes rather than riders, the MTA will tend to focus more on lobbying than on improving service.
    • New taxes/fees. We could add new or expanded fees on commuters from outside the City and tourists. We could expand the congestion zone to cover all five boroughs. A hotel fee for tourists. Maybe an annual levy on all cars in the city. Fees for delivery trucks. Higher parking fines. Note that the impact of this is likely to be an acceleration of the trend for companies that can move jobs to the suburbs to do so. Expect this to be a major boon for JC and Hoboken.
  • _bobsacamano
    4 points Nov 18,2019, 5:51pm

    LOL I love this. Daddy is paying $60,000 a year for little Aiden to play anarchist with my tax dollars.

  • b1argg
    3 points Nov 18,2019, 6:17pm

    Whoever posted this is pretty damn ignorant

  • whatthefuckisup55
    6 points Nov 18,2019, 11:27am

    So edgy. Almost like not payin for school lunch. This city more and more just feels like a bad day of high school.

  • WheatlyWoodson
    2 points Nov 18,2019, 12:01pm

    My only hope is that when they add that NFC capability to all the turnstiles, that they leave a couple are NFC only (no swiping) to effectively create a fastlane and a tourist lane.

    There's nothing worse than being behind a family of german tourists, all standing in the available turnstiles, while trying to pass a single card between them.

  • kent2441
    2 points Nov 18,2019, 5:24pm

    Fuck thieves. They’ll say they’re not actually taking anything, they wouldn’t have paid anyway, etc. Fuck em.

  • relddir_rm
    3 points Nov 18,2019, 11:27am

    Whoever made this obviously didn't think of the pain it would cause for the undocumented.

  • PuppyRyke97
    4 points Nov 18,2019, 11:22am

    Tax the ultra rich and make them pay for it.

    People would be able to get to work for free which would boost the economy and increase productivity, so long the MTA also fixes their trains and cleans the damn place after decades of dust and deterioration.

  • discourse_lover_
    1 points Nov 18,2019, 2:33pm

    You pay for all of this, why should you pay to use it is actually a great line.

  • HowdyFrankenstein
    1 points Nov 18,2019, 3:17pm

    This guy didn’t even attempt to swipe. This wasn’t a “I’m in a rush and it keeps saying Swipe Again”. He just hopped right over like it was his god given right.

  • hipsterdannyphantom
    1 points Nov 18,2019, 4:31pm

    Don’t give the cops a fake name and address. Your $100 ticket will turn into an arrest real quick.

  • assukkar
    1 points Nov 18,2019, 5:30pm

    Ufff, the unintended consequences are so damning. Let's start with how undocumented workers get affected.

  • MusicMagi
    1 points Nov 18,2019, 7:35pm

    NY is going to become another sanctuary city. Pathetic.

  • Queensite95
    1 points Nov 18,2019, 1:57pm

    I actually really like the locals ride free thing and I'd jack up the cost on the M&M store-goers. There should be a system of application to get a "I am from here Metrocard" Everybody else can pay at a kiosk or on their phones or whatever.

  • ChipAyten
    -9 points Nov 18,2019, 9:48am

    I think with 100% subsidized fares out-of-state visitors should be free at the point of sale too. We want to keep the city attractive to tourism and people visiting. Also, New Jersey & Connecticut commuters.

COMMENTS

  • RangerMain
    162 points Nov 18,2019, 10:04am

    “Give the cops a fake name and address” this must have been written by a sovereign citizen

  • stxF150
    84 points Nov 18,2019, 10:30am

    Distracting the booth clerk does nothing, they don’t enforce fare evasion and have strict rules about coming out of the booth. Giving cops a fake name and DOB is how you get arrested rather than getting a summons.

  • Laminar_flo
    75 points Nov 18,2019, 12:04pm

    This has been studied before, and the TL;DR is that free-fares trigger a ton of negative consequences that can actually lower mass-transit ridership over the longer term as the bad transit experience drives away riders.

    Here is a copy/paste from the above (via wikipedia):

    Several large U.S. municipalities have attempted zero-fare systems, but many of these implementations have been judged unsuccessful by policy makers. A 2002 National Center for Transportation Research report suggests that, while transit ridership does tend to increase, there are also some disadvantages:

    • An increase in vandalism, resulting in increased costs for security and vehicle-maintenance
    • In large transit systems, significant revenue shortfalls unless additional funding was provided
    • An increase in driver complaints and staff turnover, although farebox-related arguments were eliminated
    • Slower service overall (not collecting fares has the effect of speeding boarding, but increased crowding tends to swamp out this effect unless additional vehicles are added)
    • Declines in schedule adherence

    This U.S. report suggests that, while ridership does increase overall, the goal of enticing drivers to take transit instead of driving is not necessarily met: because fare-free systems tend to attract a certain number of "problem riders", zero-fare systems may have the unintended effect of convincing some 'premium' riders to go back to driving their cars. It should be kept in mind that this was a study that only looked at U.S. cities, and the author's conclusions may be less applicable in other countries that have better social safety nets and less crime than the large U.S. cities studied.

  • Tsquare43
    59 points Nov 18,2019, 9:52am

    If you find the $2.75 fare pricey - wait until you hear about London's....

  • koji00
    12 points Nov 18,2019, 12:08pm

    We really are reverting back to the Dinkins years, aren't we?

  • Capital_empire
    70 points Nov 18,2019, 10:19am

    I love how this says it should just be free with no mention of how it would be funded.

  • huebomont
    40 points Nov 18,2019, 10:36am

    There are compelling arguments that fare cost isn’t the main reason for fare evasion. But the MTA does need to stop fucking around with the fare evasion issue when there are so many more important things are burning down around them.

    Every system has an acceptable amount of fare evasion they’re willing to tolerate. Getting fare evasion to zero would cost more to enforce than the fares recouped. The fact that MTA has never bothered to articulate a goal rate of fare evasion and is instead already paying more money for the cops than they hope to recover in fares is ridiculous and yet another sign our transit system is doomed on its current trajectory.

    The best thing that could happen to the MTA right now is a recession that would give them an excuse to go bankrupt and get bailed out by the state.

  • MasterDave
    7 points Nov 18,2019, 12:45pm

    lol free unlimited for NY STATE residents, you gotta be high as balls to think that would ever in a million years happen.

    Best you should hope for is an employer-funded reimbursement plan that somehow sweeps any good place to work as a perk. I work for a pretty good place and the best we get is a pre-tax reimbursement plan which nets a few bucks off the cost.

  • WentBrokeDec2018
    99 points Nov 18,2019, 9:57am

    "Why in the fuck should I PAY for services I use?"

  • FrankBeamer_
    126 points Nov 18,2019, 9:44am

    The entitlement of some of you fucks lol. Pay the goddamn fee. It's not even that expensive compared to other large city subways.

  • Noah-R
    6 points Nov 18,2019, 1:23pm

    The same people who complain about overcrowding and the delays that it causes, want to eliminate the fare, as if it won't cause way more people to try to ride the same number of trains

  • VageCheese
    33 points Nov 18,2019, 10:52am

    While youre at it, if youre hungry, just steal a sandwich. Cuz fuck everyone else right?

  • epolonsky
    18 points Nov 18,2019, 11:00am

    Transit free at point of service is not an unreasonable ideal. In order to get there, here are some of the possible compromises we would need to make. Check some or all that would be acceptable.

    • Raising taxes. Basically non negotiable that there would be some tax increase. With no other changes, my calculations show that the City would need to roughly double the local tax take (some of that might get spread to State taxes, but expect a fight in Albany).
    • Retain some charges. This would only help a bit, but we could continue to charge non-residents (as noted in the OP) and/or for longer trips. This would only make the reduction in revenues a bit smaller so needs to be combined with other points.
    • Reduction in service. This could take a few different forms. Underused lines could be closed. Probably lots of busses discontinued. Longer waits between trains.
    • Overnight. Broken out from the point above because this is the big one. Basically no other major transit system runs 24/7. This is a big reason why NYC Transit costs so much to run. All cleaning and maintenance have to be done while the system is in operation, which is expensive and dangerous. We have to keep way more rolling stock on hand so we can rotate trains out. If you ever wondered why we pay MTA workers so much overtime, this is the big driver.
    • Reduce investment. Robbing Peter to pay Paul. Forget about Second Avenue subway extensions. Forget about automated signals. Expect service to get worse and crashes to become frequent again. On the plus side, this will reduce ridership this lowering the pressure on the MTA. Remember, when their funding comes primarily from taxes rather than riders, the MTA will tend to focus more on lobbying than on improving service.
    • New taxes/fees. We could add new or expanded fees on commuters from outside the City and tourists. We could expand the congestion zone to cover all five boroughs. A hotel fee for tourists. Maybe an annual levy on all cars in the city. Fees for delivery trucks. Higher parking fines. Note that the impact of this is likely to be an acceleration of the trend for companies that can move jobs to the suburbs to do so. Expect this to be a major boon for JC and Hoboken.
  • _bobsacamano
    4 points Nov 18,2019, 5:51pm

    LOL I love this. Daddy is paying $60,000 a year for little Aiden to play anarchist with my tax dollars.

  • b1argg
    3 points Nov 18,2019, 6:17pm

    Whoever posted this is pretty damn ignorant

  • whatthefuckisup55
    6 points Nov 18,2019, 11:27am

    So edgy. Almost like not payin for school lunch. This city more and more just feels like a bad day of high school.

  • WheatlyWoodson
    2 points Nov 18,2019, 12:01pm

    My only hope is that when they add that NFC capability to all the turnstiles, that they leave a couple are NFC only (no swiping) to effectively create a fastlane and a tourist lane.

    There's nothing worse than being behind a family of german tourists, all standing in the available turnstiles, while trying to pass a single card between them.

  • kent2441
    2 points Nov 18,2019, 5:24pm

    Fuck thieves. They’ll say they’re not actually taking anything, they wouldn’t have paid anyway, etc. Fuck em.

  • relddir_rm
    3 points Nov 18,2019, 11:27am

    Whoever made this obviously didn't think of the pain it would cause for the undocumented.

  • PuppyRyke97
    4 points Nov 18,2019, 11:22am

    Tax the ultra rich and make them pay for it.

    People would be able to get to work for free which would boost the economy and increase productivity, so long the MTA also fixes their trains and cleans the damn place after decades of dust and deterioration.

  • discourse_lover_
    1 points Nov 18,2019, 2:33pm

    You pay for all of this, why should you pay to use it is actually a great line.

  • HowdyFrankenstein
    1 points Nov 18,2019, 3:17pm

    This guy didn’t even attempt to swipe. This wasn’t a “I’m in a rush and it keeps saying Swipe Again”. He just hopped right over like it was his god given right.

  • hipsterdannyphantom
    1 points Nov 18,2019, 4:31pm

    Don’t give the cops a fake name and address. Your $100 ticket will turn into an arrest real quick.

  • assukkar
    1 points Nov 18,2019, 5:30pm

    Ufff, the unintended consequences are so damning. Let's start with how undocumented workers get affected.

  • MusicMagi
    1 points Nov 18,2019, 7:35pm

    NY is going to become another sanctuary city. Pathetic.

  • Queensite95
    1 points Nov 18,2019, 1:57pm

    I actually really like the locals ride free thing and I'd jack up the cost on the M&M store-goers. There should be a system of application to get a "I am from here Metrocard" Everybody else can pay at a kiosk or on their phones or whatever.

  • ChipAyten
    -9 points Nov 18,2019, 9:48am

    I think with 100% subsidized fares out-of-state visitors should be free at the point of sale too. We want to keep the city attractive to tourism and people visiting. Also, New Jersey & Connecticut commuters.

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#3 Subway warriors

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COMMENTS

  • FredDidnah
    33 points Nov 22,2019, 10:26pm

    I keep that mf thang on me

  • darrenphillipjones
    10 points Nov 23,2019, 9:56am

    Pedestrian is upset,

    uses Swipe Attack

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  • FredDidnah
    33 points Nov 22,2019, 10:26pm

    I keep that mf thang on me

  • darrenphillipjones
    10 points Nov 23,2019, 9:56am

    Pedestrian is upset,

    uses Swipe Attack

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#4 Signs the scaffolding is a little more than temporary.

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COMMENTS

  • faustkenny
    17 points Nov 22,2019, 12:28am

    I kind of like them with Christmas lights

  • murmurinc
    36 points Nov 21,2019, 11:13pm

    They actually took down some scaffolding in my neighborhood yesterday. I almost fainted!

  • textbasedpanda
    5 points Nov 22,2019, 11:08am

    Looks kinda nice actually

  • Usrname52
    1 points Nov 22,2019, 4:53pm

    "Temporary" doesn't mean <2 months. Construction takes a long time. And it's getting colder out and the holidays are coming up, which means the workers are more likely to want to take vacation to spend time with their families.

    Christmas lights a month before Christmas doesn't meant long term.

    The scaffolding will probably be there for years, because that's NYC, but the Christmas light mean nothing.

  • Devillecturbon
    -8 points Nov 22,2019, 7:10am

    My building has a fire hydrant out front that has become a favored piss stop by digital sweatshop slaves idling their leased death machines because they can hang out there for a few minutes relieving themselves in a Poland Spring bottle and maybe inhaling some fast food. As a result I've come to love scaffolding because it deflects and muffles the sounds to a great extent. I hope it stays there forever. At least until we can get around to banning these machines from the city.

COMMENTS

  • faustkenny
    17 points Nov 22,2019, 12:28am

    I kind of like them with Christmas lights

  • murmurinc
    36 points Nov 21,2019, 11:13pm

    They actually took down some scaffolding in my neighborhood yesterday. I almost fainted!

  • textbasedpanda
    5 points Nov 22,2019, 11:08am

    Looks kinda nice actually

  • patientbearr
    3 points Nov 22,2019, 12:25pm

    When an area has had scaffolding for months or years, it feels naked and wrong when they finally take it down.

  • Usrname52
    1 points Nov 22,2019, 4:53pm

    "Temporary" doesn't mean <2 months. Construction takes a long time. And it's getting colder out and the holidays are coming up, which means the workers are more likely to want to take vacation to spend time with their families.

    Christmas lights a month before Christmas doesn't meant long term.

    The scaffolding will probably be there for years, because that's NYC, but the Christmas light mean nothing.

  • Devillecturbon
    -8 points Nov 22,2019, 7:10am

    My building has a fire hydrant out front that has become a favored piss stop by digital sweatshop slaves idling their leased death machines because they can hang out there for a few minutes relieving themselves in a Poland Spring bottle and maybe inhaling some fast food. As a result I've come to love scaffolding because it deflects and muffles the sounds to a great extent. I hope it stays there forever. At least until we can get around to banning these machines from the city.

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#5 This page should only include a subway map 🚊

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COMMENTS

  • tumalditamadre
    39 points Nov 23,2019, 8:41am

    It should just say "go to Times Square and tell everyone you see that you like hip hop"

  • SeanFromQueens
    25 points Nov 23,2019, 9:47am

    Walk.

    Thank you for reading this pamphlet you knuckledraggers.

  • biggreencat
    5 points Nov 23,2019, 10:14am

    You can tell his other arm is holding the camera

  • dspeyer
    4 points Nov 23,2019, 2:25pm

    And the phrase "move away from the door and into the center of the car" in a very large font.

  • zaxswyre
    2 points Nov 23,2019, 5:19pm

    walk rapidly as possible to ensure it will be over asap.

  • m13131313
    1 points Nov 23,2019, 1:58pm

    Through midtown? A subway map? just fucking walk geez

  • TheFluffiestOfCows
    1 points Nov 23,2019, 8:02am

    And the bike 🚲 map!

COMMENTS

  • tumalditamadre
    39 points Nov 23,2019, 8:41am

    It should just say "go to Times Square and tell everyone you see that you like hip hop"

  • SeanFromQueens
    25 points Nov 23,2019, 9:47am

    Walk.

    Thank you for reading this pamphlet you knuckledraggers.

  • biggreencat
    5 points Nov 23,2019, 10:14am

    You can tell his other arm is holding the camera

  • thetrader321
    4 points Nov 23,2019, 10:28am

    Quickly without making eye contact.

  • dspeyer
    4 points Nov 23,2019, 2:25pm

    And the phrase "move away from the door and into the center of the car" in a very large font.

  • zaxswyre
    2 points Nov 23,2019, 5:19pm

    walk rapidly as possible to ensure it will be over asap.

  • m13131313
    1 points Nov 23,2019, 1:58pm

    Through midtown? A subway map? just fucking walk geez

  • TheFluffiestOfCows
    1 points Nov 23,2019, 8:02am

    And the bike 🚲 map!

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#6 Sisters science teacher at Leon M. Goldstein antisemitic posts - what to do?

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COMMENTS

  • CRHrookie
    39 points Nov 22,2019, 1:37pm

    At least she’s not an English teacher

  • WEN_QONHIUNG
    31 points Nov 22,2019, 1:46pm

    Teaches at Goldstein? Doesn't seem like the best fit.

  • TheCheshireCody
    35 points Nov 22,2019, 2:11pm

    Proceed directly to Principal. Do not pass 'go'. If they don't help, go up the ladder to the school board. You have to make sure you can concretely link that alias directly to her and only her, though.

  • popeyeschicken
    20 points Nov 22,2019, 1:51pm

    damn. no wonder our schools are failing. simple grammar errors and too stupid to realize this can end her career.

  • fiatars
    15 points Nov 22,2019, 2:16pm

    End her career.

  • iammaxhailme
    6 points Nov 22,2019, 4:06pm

    I'm not saying I don't believe it could happen, but how do you know this account is the person's that you think it is? I'd be a bit careful about making an accusation unless you can prove it's theirs

  • GVas22
    11 points Nov 22,2019, 2:46pm

    It blows my mind how people can be this stupid.

  • drpvn
    6 points Nov 22,2019, 2:34pm

    The comments under that post are solid, too.

  • kayfabeonapole
    8 points Nov 22,2019, 2:32pm

    Please do something about this

  • ARSteggy
    4 points Nov 22,2019, 3:12pm

    Wow. I graduated from Goldstein in 2010. Something needs to be done about this.

  • Spacehead06
    1 points Nov 22,2019, 7:34pm

    I’m curious as to how she found the teachers page/knows that they’re on Facebook

  • AdditionalMovie2
    -4 points Nov 22,2019, 3:22pm

    Most teachers using N word to describe population/accurate

  • Bubbly-Location
    -9 points Nov 22,2019, 2:05pm

    There is a poem by Al Sharpton that actually uses the N word. Send her that. It will curl your dreadlox.

COMMENTS

  • CRHrookie
    39 points Nov 22,2019, 1:37pm

    At least she’s not an English teacher

  • WEN_QONHIUNG
    31 points Nov 22,2019, 1:46pm

    Teaches at Goldstein? Doesn't seem like the best fit.

  • TheCheshireCody
    35 points Nov 22,2019, 2:11pm

    Proceed directly to Principal. Do not pass 'go'. If they don't help, go up the ladder to the school board. You have to make sure you can concretely link that alias directly to her and only her, though.

  • yaygerbomb
    13 points Nov 22,2019, 1:52pm

    "the nicest"

  • popeyeschicken
    20 points Nov 22,2019, 1:51pm

    damn. no wonder our schools are failing. simple grammar errors and too stupid to realize this can end her career.

  • fiatars
    15 points Nov 22,2019, 2:16pm

    End her career.

  • iammaxhailme
    6 points Nov 22,2019, 4:06pm

    I'm not saying I don't believe it could happen, but how do you know this account is the person's that you think it is? I'd be a bit careful about making an accusation unless you can prove it's theirs

  • GVas22
    11 points Nov 22,2019, 2:46pm

    It blows my mind how people can be this stupid.

  • drpvn
    6 points Nov 22,2019, 2:34pm

    The comments under that post are solid, too.

  • kayfabeonapole
    8 points Nov 22,2019, 2:32pm

    Please do something about this

  • ARSteggy
    4 points Nov 22,2019, 3:12pm

    Wow. I graduated from Goldstein in 2010. Something needs to be done about this.

  • Spacehead06
    1 points Nov 22,2019, 7:34pm

    I’m curious as to how she found the teachers page/knows that they’re on Facebook

  • AdditionalMovie2
    -4 points Nov 22,2019, 3:22pm

    Most teachers using N word to describe population/accurate

  • Bubbly-Location
    -9 points Nov 22,2019, 2:05pm

    There is a poem by Al Sharpton that actually uses the N word. Send her that. It will curl your dreadlox.

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#7 As of 18:00 today, Juno is shutting down :(

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COMMENTS

  • eckzhall
    9 points Nov 18,2019, 3:25pm

    Used Juno all the time, it was consistently the best price even if there wasn't always a car near me. I will pour one out for this homie

  • FrankBeamer_
    7 points Nov 18,2019, 3:04pm

    F

  • terryjohnson16
    -1 points Nov 18,2019, 2:40pm

    I never used Juno.

COMMENTS

  • eckzhall
    9 points Nov 18,2019, 3:25pm

    Used Juno all the time, it was consistently the best price even if there wasn't always a car near me. I will pour one out for this homie

  • FrankBeamer_
    7 points Nov 18,2019, 3:04pm

    F

  • terryjohnson16
    -1 points Nov 18,2019, 2:40pm

    I never used Juno.

  • TuxedoBatman
    0 points Nov 18,2019, 6:13pm

    I tried creating an account years ago. Somehow it got glitched, and the three times I tried to get it fixed over 2+ years always ended in failure and frustration.

    So I'm surprised

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#8 Does anyone know the owner of this dog in the West Village? It's in Rebel Coffee.

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COMMENTS

  • Banrays
    1 points Nov 23,2019, 6:17pm

    Poor dog looks tense

  • primetime_2018
    1 points Nov 23,2019, 6:37pm

    Did you find the owner?

  • ghahaha1982
    1 points Nov 23,2019, 7:27pm

    I’ll take him 😎

COMMENTS

  • Banrays
    1 points Nov 23,2019, 6:17pm

    Poor dog looks tense

  • primetime_2018
    1 points Nov 23,2019, 6:37pm

    Did you find the owner?

  • ghahaha1982
    1 points Nov 23,2019, 7:27pm

    I’ll take him 😎

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#9 Makes sense

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COMMENTS

  • WoollyInappropriate
    8 points Nov 19,2019, 6:07pm

    Not making an argument for or against this particular decision, but Law enforcement isn't based on profitability.

  • GUHtFeeling
    5 points Nov 19,2019, 6:16pm

    Read the article. The cost for police is over a number of years

  • indoordinosaur
    6 points Nov 19,2019, 6:27pm

    We need more cops. This city is a nightmare and the subway is full of sociopaths.

COMMENTS

  • WoollyInappropriate
    8 points Nov 19,2019, 6:07pm

    Not making an argument for or against this particular decision, but Law enforcement isn't based on profitability.

  • GUHtFeeling
    5 points Nov 19,2019, 6:16pm

    Read the article. The cost for police is over a number of years

  • indoordinosaur
    6 points Nov 19,2019, 6:27pm

    We need more cops. This city is a nightmare and the subway is full of sociopaths.

  • Capital_empire
    4 points Nov 19,2019, 6:39pm

    So 294 million every 4 years and 200-300 million in fare stealing every year.

    I’m fine with that. Also law enforcement isn’t supposed to be profitable.