I'll have to give it a watch. Of course i did go straight to Papaoutai to get my groove on w/ my morning cup of coffee. Great way to start the day
Took me a few nights to get through, but I have been watching this Stromae concert from Montreal, from 2015. Looks like it would've been a pretty good show to go to actually (particularly for French speakers):
I felt the need to do it myself after watching . *promote
You probably saw the other videos he had done on YouTube and Twiter manipulation, but in case you hadn't... YouTube manipulation https://videosift.com/video/Manipulating-the-YouTube-Algorithm-Smarter-Every-Day-213 Twitter manipulation https://videosift.com/video/Twitter-Platform-Manipulation-Part-2-3-Smarter-Every-Day
This problem isn't only an issue on facebook. It effects basically every social media site, including twitter, youtube, reddit, and linkedin.
Ahhh, now i get it. I misunderstood what you were saying. My bad.
I think we're agreeing here that the reason these don't sell is because of the size and inefficiency. My point was that this isn't an accident. The suggestion is American cars were designed to be large (and thereby inefficient) because it created a trade barrier to cars produced elsewhere. The reason they see a trade barrier due to size, is because they created it when it suited.
I think poorly made cars that get horrible gas mileage and are not the right size is more than enough reasons why they don't buy American cars. Also Japanese cars ARE fuel efficient, the most reliable cars made, and the right size. I think pay back for American protectionism seems far fetched when all the above reasons are so overwhelming, but just my opinion of course
My understanding was that this is an example of American automotive industry protectionism coming home to roost.
After watching this vid (https://youtu.be/6tesHVSZJOg) on sea level rise I had fun with the interactive sea level rise map mentioned in the video. https://riskfinder.climatecentral.org/
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