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Harvard hates trains? by ajkandy
November 10, 2008, 10:25 am
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Philip Greenspun argues over at his Harvard Law School blog that instead of bailing out GM, they should be allowed to go bankrupt. I left a comment to the effect that GM’s engineering teams and institutional memory should be put to work for President-elect Obama’s new energy economy — building light rail, high-speed rail, and electric city cars, generating plants, wind turbines etc — thinking different(ly) about mobility and energy. Twice, the comment was deleted.

Does Harvard hate trains? It seems so.

Your ball, Mr. Greenspun.


3 Comments

That is so bizarre. Even if they don’t agree with your idea, the author could simply reply to your comment and explain why he doesn’t think it’s a good idea…

Comment by alanah

Yeah, I didn’t think I was THAT off-topic, but maybe trains are somehow fundamentally socialist or something, for Americans🙂

Comment by AJ

GM makes (inferior quality) vehicles. Other companies will fill the demand for trains, trams, busses, etc, american other foreign.

Comment by A




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