Links for September 2021
Snap Out of It, America: Give Kids the Right to Vote
So I disagree with this but it's interesting and well argued. A better idea is my life expectancy weighted voting plan.
The ease of mail-in voting may increase turnout in California’s recall election.
NYT finally twigs.
A woman is suing S.F. for $50 million over a parking ticket, saying tire chalk is unconstitutional
In one of the cases, filed Sept. 4, plaintiff Maria Infante seeks $50 million and class-action status after a San Francisco parking enforcement officer wielding chalk on a residential street gave her a $95 ticket.
The second case, filed the same day against San Leandro, demands $5 million for class members whose tires were chalked to financially benefit the city.
Civilization continues to collapse. I had my tongue in my cheek for this proposed constitutional amendment but I'm not so sure any more...
How to Call Customer Service and Actually Get What You Want
Wired has this generic article on getting support with some insights that might have been cutting age a decade ago. I'm still waiting for CAPTGUAs.
- Tire Chalking Constitutional Amendment
- San Francisco November 2020 Ballot Measures
- California November 2020 Propositions
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