colinoldncranky wrote:A more meaningful assessment may be to work out the number of hours of work required to fund the purchase and running of a second car. And them work out if the worker would be better of using more time getting to work by any other means. Cycling or public transport or adjusting his hours to share a ride. I expect that in the overwhelming number of cases a person would save more time by NOT running that car. And that DOES enter into the assessment. And MAY serve as a rational basis for making a choice.
colinoldncranky wrote:Yeah, and I spend more time on the dunny each year than I do reconciling my chequebook. Knowing that will not affect the amount of time I spend on either.
victor wrote:Do you normally expend this much effort rebutting a 'quiet news day' article? As far as I'm concerned, what was perceived as a negative in the news article is for me a positive, because I enjoy my mode of commute (which is also my twice-daily exercise session and my recreation).
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