Habahnow

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Habahnow,

You’re right but that’s not the problem attempting to be addressed with Denmark’s system.

Volaris website not working for others on linux?

For a while now, I’ve been unable to actually view the Volaris website while using Ubuntu 22.04 (In a previous version I believe as well). I’ve tried Brave, Firefox, and Chrome with the same results so I don’t believe its browser specific (as most people use one of those 3 web browsers), which leads me to believe its Linux...

Habahnow,

Will do.

Habahnow,

More or less what I have to do.

Habahnow,

Will look into that to see if that’s easier that what I currently do now. Thanks!

Habahnow,

So it seems this is mainly in reference to large commercial building rather than homes (excluding apartments).

Its interesting to read that german property owners don’t like to reduce property prices in comparison to other countries when I thought others were pretty against lowering prices as well.

Habahnow,

Homer was late 80s, early 90s fat. Now he’s early nuaghts fat lol.

Habahnow,

What industry? I’m more of less in the same boat as you. I’m in tech, and this articles assessment seems pretty spot on from my perspective.

Habahnow,

I’m not very familiar with how public companies work, but I’m surprised that a shareholder with only 3% of ownership can make such demands and can excel such control. I understand they’re the largest shareholder, but I could imagine a large portion of the remaining 97% would pay for now following the Paris accords since it may main less money for all investors on the future.

Habahnow,

I guess it feels surprising they care about long term problem vs ignoring that for short term profit

Habahnow,

What happened to the public option that candidate Biden talked about so much?

Pray tell, how would Biden get that passed with the current political setting?

Biden is a president, not a king, he can’t just deschedule marijuana unilaterally without causing problems, he needs Congress to help. Look at your answer to my first question to see how that gets done. Some info: hrw.org/…/over-80-groups-urge-biden-administratio…

Our infrastructure is 10-15 years behind China and falling further behind.

Again, look at your answer to my first question.

It feels like you want Biden to fix everything, while completely unaware of how our government works. Which brings us to why people compare Trump to Biden, because people will have to vote for one or the other in the election. Is you want better and more extensive changes, vote for the Democrats that can only take baby steps at the moment. When they get more control on Congress, they can make bigger steps.

Habahnow,

Yeah it did help some people? It still continues to help a bunch of people and was change so impactful that now, Even republican voters don’t want it repealed.

Half measures is the only thing Democrats can pass with the limited power that they have. That didn’t even have a full 2 years in control of the executive and legislative branch when the ACA was passed, with some Democrats being very conservative. the only way to get the law passed was by getting all members to agree, including the most conservative Members. The public option in particular was one of the things removed from the ACA because of conservative dissent.

Habahnow,

It’s the infrastructure bill, not the climate change bill. Which, btw, Biden passed the largest climate change bill in world history but you just keep trying to convince people that Biden bad.

Habahnow,

It’s actually quite crazy to see the amount of change Biden could get done even with out control of the legislative branch. Adding to that, the Republicans are in disarray too yet things still got done.

I’m surprised OP didn’t include the largest climate legislation in world history

I want to see another country or region beat us, as this would be welcome competition.

Habahnow,

If it’s not perfect we should do nothing you’re right. /S

You want to address big problems? We need more Democrats in control of the Congress and executive branch. Republicans will always push us back untill their platform changes.

Habahnow,

If you have more Democrats in power you can start to filter out the conservative and moderate Democrats. When we have the thinest majority possible, you can’t be picky with what gets passed as you need agreement from the full spectrum of Democrats. Manchin sucked as a Democrat. But he was vital in getting legislation passed that a Republican in his position wouldn’t pass.

Bringing this back to your original response, you’re complaining that any progress is bad if it doesn’t address the core issue, and I still disagree with that. Any progress is better than none and isn’t “lip service”, this is just how US government in reality works, you keep making larger more incremental steps. Our current steps aren’t sufficient, in that I believe you and I agree, but there will hopefully be better, stronger legislation to address root problems.

Habahnow,

One of The pointa of the ACA was to force insurance companies to allow people with preexisting conditions the ability to not get denied by insurances. insurances hate covering people you know will be sick, and love healthy people. they were not happy with this change.

I agree the problems you said need to be resolved still, but that’s for Congress to address now or whenever. Hopefully soon. The ACA wasn’t a bill to help lower rates across the board.

And whenever people try to call out conservative Democratic party members for screwing things up they get shouted down in comment threads just like these

I don’t like conservative Democrats, but I love them more than Republican politicians because they help more. I enjoy progressive Democrats more than both. Can’t speak for other people on Lemmy.

Habahnow,

When Biden was elected, Dems controlled both houses of congress. What stopped him from pushing his public option plan then?

This is completely false. They had control of the House, and a tie breaker for the Senate. But that didn’t matter much because they need 60 senators to pass legislation without Republicans impeding.

What is stopping him from pushing to deschedule cannabis completely? Even if congress gets in his way, people would give him massive credit for actually trying.

It would be the judiciary that gets in the way as well as Republicans. You’d have people saying Biden is an idiot and only doing this to make it seem he’s trying while not actually accomplishing anything. He’s making meaningful progress now. Congress is who can actually fix our marijuana laws in a federal sense.

You say we need to elect more Democrats to make bigger steps, but we did that in 2008 and 2020 and still we get baby steps. Why?

Your premise is wrong again. If you have few Democrats in control you get baby steps. If centrist and progressives had the house, and 60 senators and the executive branch, larger steps would be taken. That’s not happened in about 24 years or longer. Republicans have had that more times so you can see the progress they’ve made at bettering out country these last 24 years.

If the president is so powerless, then why are people worried about project 2025 and “dictator on day 1” Trump? Surely they must be confused, because the adults in the room like you know that the president is actually unable to pass meaningful legislation.

For the same reason it’s easier and faster to shoot someone in the face than it is to arrest them, put them on trial and imprison them, Trump isn’t going about playing by the rules, and he has many Republicans supporting him. If Biden breaks rules, both Republicans and Democrats would step in to fix that.in addition, Trump doesn’t care about what will last, short terms goals are fine with him. Biden wants legislation that will get passed and not struck down by a conservative court.

Habahnow,

So then why are you debating? You should accept your destiny that the world will end. The rest of us in reality understand that you need to work for change, be happy for our victories and continue to push for better.

You seem to think crying in Lemmy that both parties suck and shouldn’t be supported will actually do something.

Habahnow,

This may be one of the better options if epoxy or something else doesn’t work. I think a larger hardware store would have these.

Habahnow,

I feel it’s been common knowledge since after the first month of the war that Russia has miscalculated significantly. They sent in paratroopers, some of the most time consuming and most expensive soldiers to train, into Kyiv where they were summarily killed or captured with no support. Other units ran out of ammo and fuel, with soldiers indicating they weren’t expecting to invade.

Every day this war lasts is a spit in the face to Putin and his shitty planning.

Habahnow,

Is this a good comparison? Feels like we’re missing all of the US administration, insurance is just a part of it.

Habahnow,

Amazing first steps. This will hopefully help to reduce costs for marijuana businesses, and their prices which will hopefully negatively affect the black market.

Habahnow,

Its the next major step in the process of getting it rescheduled. Each step could potentially end that process, so each movement forward is great news.

Habahnow,

Took me a while to understand the notation, now I know you’re indicating that the B indicates a Bishop is moving from somewhere to D8. Ok, we’re on the same page. Thanks for the confirmation

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