“Does it seem messed up to anyone else that they are deregulating these places instead of kicking the rich out to find expensive fancy places and letting a lower income person or family move in thereby reducing the amount of rent controlled apartments in total?”
no repub ever on May 1, 2014 at 13:22:28
“Yeah I caught that as well. In other words the low income working class doesn't matter. Only when its time to pay taxes of course.”
“I just complemented you and you are going to nitpick the way I write? This is a very common way of saying that "(I) came here to rant about the gender ambiguous names not being allowed." Common in internet land at least.”
Alison Cowan on Apr 27, 2014 at 00:31:12
“I had no idea it was a complement since I had no idea whether the unspoken subject was "I" or "you" since BOTH are commonly dropped from a sentence. And if it had been "you" the statement would have been accusatory, and mildly insulting, NOT complementary.
Ordinarily when the subject is dropped it can be inferred from the context, but there was no context. There often isn't, in online posts. Which is why the habit - while extremely common in face-to-face communication - is actually very _rare_ "in internet land."”
“You do realize women don't get paid as much as men, right? Also, you think she should be with someone cause its convenient for her? Isn't that exactly what men don't want women to in a relationship for? The money?”