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The fallacy in this debate comes when people assume that because one mode doesn't work for them, it won't work for others.

I think the more harmful fallacy is assuming that because one mode works for you (or for a small number of people), that it will work for anyone. Case in point, parking minimums don't force people to drive, but eliminating them can have the effect of forcing people not to drive.

by Scoot on Jan 10, 2013 3:33 pm • linkreport

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