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Life, Love, and The Worst: [- Gentrification is good. 7 pointst 2 hours ago* Gentrification is wonderful. It brings old buildings back to life, makes a neighborhood far safer. Studies actually show a neighborhood which gentrifies causes no more displacement of those in poverty than a neighborhood which remains poor (because poor people move all the time regardless, whether to escape the violence, or forced out due to gentrification, the end result in the same, and many poorer people get to experience the safer neighborhood for years on the upswing). Gentrification is wonderful for city neighborhoods. The study is documented in a citylab article The worst thing we do in American cities is encourage the upper middle class to flee to the sprawling suburbs. It is terrible for the environment, is terrible for their lifestyles, causes little areas of highly funded education systems while everyone else misses out. It is impossible to build effective public transit in low density suburbs. Gentrification helps stop that flight to the suburbs. We should be building up our inner cities to be the most desirable areas of cities to live in. This ONLY happens with gentrification when the area was formerly poorer and undesirable. permalink embed save parent report give award reply [-1 Always love a good "studies show." because poor people move all the time regardless 8 points 2 hours ago Sucks to be poor. What's more thing to make someone's life hard, right? permalink embed save parent report give award reply Gentrification is good actually and there is no way to get rid of the suburbs
Life, Love, and The Worst: [-
 Gentrification is good.
 7 pointst 2 hours ago*
 Gentrification is wonderful. It brings old buildings back
 to life, makes a neighborhood far safer. Studies actually
 show a neighborhood which gentrifies causes no more
 displacement of those in poverty than a neighborhood
 which remains poor (because poor people move all the
 time regardless, whether to escape the violence, or
 forced out due to gentrification, the end result in the
 same, and many poorer people get to experience the
 safer neighborhood for years on the upswing).
 Gentrification is wonderful for city neighborhoods.
 The study is documented in a citylab article
 The worst thing we do in American cities is encourage
 the upper middle class to flee to the sprawling suburbs.
 It is terrible for the environment, is terrible for their
 lifestyles, causes little areas of highly funded education
 systems while everyone else misses out. It is impossible
 to build effective public transit in low density suburbs.
 Gentrification helps stop that flight to the suburbs. We
 should be building up our inner cities to be the most
 desirable areas of cities to live in. This ONLY happens
 with gentrification when the area was formerly poorer
 and undesirable.
 permalink embed save parent report give award reply
 [-1
 Always love a good "studies show."
 because poor people move all the time regardless
 8 points 2 hours ago
 Sucks to be poor. What's more thing to make
 someone's life hard, right?
 permalink embed save parent report give award reply
Gentrification is good actually and there is no way to get rid of the suburbs

Gentrification is good actually and there is no way to get rid of the suburbs

Old, Glass, and New: Glass ZOTAC Built new (Decade old build) containing the overkill specs which are GTX 580 1.5 GB Vram, i7 3770K, 8GB 2 x 4GB 1600Mhz
Old, Glass, and New: Glass
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Built new (Decade old build) containing the overkill specs which are GTX 580 1.5 GB Vram, i7 3770K, 8GB 2 x 4GB 1600Mhz

Built new (Decade old build) containing the overkill specs which are GTX 580 1.5 GB Vram, i7 3770K, 8GB 2 x 4GB 1600Mhz

China, Bridge, and Build: The Duge Bridge in China only took 5 years to build.
China, Bridge, and Build: The Duge Bridge in China only took 5 years to build.

The Duge Bridge in China only took 5 years to build.

Hungry, Minecraft, and Wolves: This isn't just any build... this is the tavern in a town on a realistic Minecraft server, the only place to hide from the hungry wolves that roam at night.
Hungry, Minecraft, and Wolves: This isn't just any build... this is the tavern in a town on a realistic Minecraft server, the only place to hide from the hungry wolves that roam at night.

This isn't just any build... this is the tavern in a town on a realistic Minecraft server, the only place to hide from the hungry wolves tha...

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Help, Case, and First: My first px build but im stuck and need help with masterbox mb530p case - what are these cables?
Help, Case, and First: My first px build but im stuck and need help with masterbox mb530p case - what are these cables?

My first px build but im stuck and need help with masterbox mb530p case - what are these cables?

Work, Japanese, and Old: XALOONL I have decided to build a Japanese Style Old West Town In Broland, Here Is My Work So Far.
Work, Japanese, and Old: XALOONL
I have decided to build a Japanese Style Old West Town In Broland, Here Is My Work So Far.

I have decided to build a Japanese Style Old West Town In Broland, Here Is My Work So Far.

Be Like, China, and Chinese: Chinese farmer with rocket launcher fights back against forced relocation SHARE THIS Jul 13, 2010 Property rights are a hot and complicated issue in China today, with both the left and right calling for (very different kinds of) reform. As property developers rush to build the "New China," they push farmers and residents off of their land, with little regard for compensation-and by using all the political connections and brute force they can muster. Forced relocation of this kind is fully legal under current Chinese law. Farmers don't own land outright, but rather lease it from local governments for terms of up to 30 years. These agreements are considered binding, until a property developer (state-owned, private or mixed) sets its sights on a particular tract of land, and the families with the land-use rights are relocated. Compensation is generally a pittance, and developers and officials rely on intimidation to move people out of their way. Recently, Chinese media has increasingly reported on instances of people protesting forced relocation and low compensation by taking rather drastic measures. This week, the China Daily (English version) ran a story about Yang Yongde, a farmer from outside the city of Wuhan in Hubei province. Mr. Yang successfully negotiated a compensation package of 761,00 RMB ($111,000 USD) for his 25 mu (1.75 hectare) of land, including houses and a fishpond. He only reached this agreement, however, after building a watchtower above his home and launching homemade rockets from a bamboo bazooka at developers as they approached his land. This fight went on for about five months, and near the end, his brother was attacked and severely injured while guarding Mr. Yang's land while he was off filing a petition. gatherers in 5.2 be like
Be Like, China, and Chinese: Chinese farmer with rocket launcher fights back
 against forced relocation
 SHARE THIS
 Jul 13, 2010
 Property rights are a hot and complicated issue in China today, with both the left and right calling for (very different kinds of) reform. As
 property developers rush to build the "New China," they push farmers and residents off of their land, with little regard for compensation-and
 by using all the political connections and brute force they can muster.
 Forced relocation of this kind is fully legal under current Chinese law. Farmers don't own land outright, but rather lease it from local
 governments for terms of up to 30 years. These agreements are considered binding, until a property developer (state-owned, private or
 mixed) sets its sights on a particular tract of land, and the families with the land-use rights are relocated. Compensation is generally a
 pittance, and developers and officials rely on intimidation to move people out of their way.
 Recently, Chinese media has increasingly reported on instances of people protesting forced relocation and low compensation by taking
 rather drastic measures. This week, the China Daily (English version) ran a story about Yang Yongde, a farmer
 from outside the city of Wuhan in Hubei province. Mr. Yang successfully negotiated a compensation package of
 761,00 RMB ($111,000 USD) for his 25 mu (1.75 hectare) of land, including houses and a fishpond. He only
 reached this agreement, however, after building a watchtower above his home and launching homemade
 rockets from a bamboo bazooka at developers as they approached his land. This fight went on for about five
 months, and near the end, his brother was attacked and severely injured while guarding Mr. Yang's land while
 he was off filing a petition.
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