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Barra called the company&rsuggs short 70Y9gtquo;s failure to act in 2005 “unacceptable,” and promised that the company, with her at the helm, had ditched the cost-cutting ways of the past and was now dedicated to providing its customers with safer cars.“Today, if there is a safety issue, we take action,” said Barra. “If we know there is a defect, we do not look at the cost associated with it, we look at the speed at which we can fix the issue.”[Reuters]Plenty of people say that they hate their job, but few put that sentiment into writing, let alone on the official record. According to the New York Post, one Manhattan court reporter did just that, typing “I hate my job, I hate my job” as uggs short 70Y9gtwell as random characters over and over again rather than court dialogue.The stenographer, named by the Post as Daniel Kochanski, was reportedly fired but not before allegedly compromising the integrity of more than 30 court transcripts. An unnamed source told the Post the botched transcripts could lead to overturned criminal convictions. No fewer than 10 of the stenographer’s cases are reportedly being appealed, including that of one man convicted of hiring a hit man to murder a witness against him in a different trial.Kochanski told the Post he had not damaged the integrity of his transcripts: “I never typed gibberish. I always did my job 100 percent. I was let go because of suuggs short 70Y9gtbstance abuse,” he said.No word yet on how the reporter was able to flub so many court transcripts without being caught and reprimanded after the first one.[New York Post]On Tuesday the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, an 11-member outfit that runs the city, sat through a marathon, eight-hour hearing in a high-ceilinged room at City Hall. The central issue of that hearing—an appeal for an environmental review of a transportation pilot program—was soporific on the surface. But the pilot program at issue was the city’s regulation of private shuttles, known colloquially as “Google buses,” and discussions of air quality quickly gave way to heated arguments uggs short 70Y9gtabout class warfare.Citizens have long been complaining about private shuttles that use public bus stops without paying or being ticketed, particularly the imposing, double-decker coaches that pick up tech workers in San Francisco and ferry them to jobs at big tech firms in Silicon Valley. For angry citizens whose public buses might be blocked or delayed by these vehicles, the private shuttles have become symbols of a two-tiered system in San Francisco—one in which the wealthy are given breaks and the poor are displaced. “I have a problem with the arrogance of tech companies who have captured our bus stops,” said a union worker who spoke during the hours of public comments uggs short 70Y9gton Tuesday. “You’re going to make cuts to programs for the poorest families in this city, and these Google people stroll in and out like they’re royalty. And I’m sick of it.”Among the dozens who took turns in front of the microphone—some leveling disrespectful epithets at the supervisors, others giving sarcastic speeches, and many trying to find a middle ground—were some “Google people” and other tech workers who are often lumped into a stereotyped “them” by residents angry about changes Silicon Valley wealth is spurring in the city. “I don’t know how this has become an engineering or tech issue,” said an enguggs short 70Y9gtineer, noting that many of his colleagues have lived in the city for decades. “Let’s talk about affordability, transportation. I would love to talk about all those things, but how about [people critical of tech workers] first admit that we are part of the local community as well. Until then, they can take their Tea Party tactics and go bully another minority … We pay atrocious rents just like you do.”In an attempt to appease the public, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority recently presented a plan to start regulating the private shuttles, charging them per stop to recoup their costs. (A state law limits them from charging more than their outlays fuggs short 70Y9gtor this type of program.) The pilot program, set to start this summer, was exempted from being givenith reporting by Zeke J Miller, Mark Thompson and David StoutGeneral Motors reportedly refused to replace a faulty ignition switch that would have cost the company less than one dollar per car, Reuters reports.The defective switch is believed to have been responsible for at least 13 deaths in the past nine years. Reuters based its report on a series of emails from 2005 it obtained, claiming “the change would have cost an extra 90 cents per unit and additional tooling costs of 0,000.”On Tuesday, lawmakers grilled General Motors CEO Mary Barra over the company’s failure to recall 2.6 million vehicles after GM discovered the switch was defective. Barra called the company&rsuggs short 70Y9gtquo;s failure to act in 2005 “unacceptable,” and promised that the company, with her at the helm, had ditched the cost-cutting ways of the past and was now dedicated to providing its customers with safer cars.“Today, if there is a safety issue, we take action,” said Barra. “If we know there is a defect, we do not look at the cost associated with it, we look at the speed at which we can fix the issue.”[Reuters]Plenty of people say that they hate their job, but few put that sentiment into writing, let alone on the official record. According to the New York Post, one Manhattan court reporter did just that, typing “I hate my job, I hate my job” as uggs short 70Y9gtwell as random characters over and over again rather than court dialogue.The stenographer, named by the Post as Daniel Kochanski, was reportedly fired but not before allegedly compromising the integrity of more than 30 court transcripts. An unnamed source told the Post the botched transcripts could lead to overturned criminal convictions. No fewer than 10 of the stenographer’s cases are reportedly being appealed, including that of one man convicted of hiring a hit man to murder a witness against him in a different trial.Kochanski told the Post he had not damaged the integrity of his transcripts: “I never typed gibberish. I always did my job 100 percent. I was let go because of suuggs short 70Y9gtbstance abuse,” he said.No word yet on how the reporter was able to flub so many court transcripts without being caught and reprimanded after the first one.[New York Post]On Tuesday the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, an 11-member outfit that runs the city, sat through a marathon, eight-hour hearing in a high-ceilinged room at City Hall. The central issue of that hearing—an appeal for an environmental review of a transportation pilot program—was soporific on the surface. But the pilot program at issue was the city’s regulation of private shuttles, known colloquially as “Google buses,” and discussions of air quality quickly gave way to heated arguments uggs short 70Y9gtabout class warfare.Citizens have long been complaining about private shuttles that use public bus stops without paying or being ticketed, particularly the imposing, double-decker coaches that pick up tech workers in San Francisco and ferry them to jobs at big tech firms in Silicon Valley. For angry citizens whose public buses might be blocked or delayed by these vehicles, the private shuttles have become symbols of a two-tiered system in San Francisco—one in which the wealthy are given breaks and the poor are displaced. “I have a problem with the arrogance of tech companies who have captured our bus stops,” said a union worker who spoke during the hours of public comments uggs short 70Y9gton Tuesday. “You’re going to make cuts to programs for the poorest families in this city, and these Google people stroll in and out like they’re royalty. And I’m sick of it.”Among the dozens who took turns in front of the microphone—some leveling disrespectful epithets at the supervisors, others giving sarcastic speeches, and many trying to find a middle ground—were some “Google people” and other tech workers who are often lumped into a stereotyped “them” by residents angry about changes Silicon Valley wealth is spurring in the city. “I don’t know how this has become an engineering or tech issue,” said an enguggs short 70Y9gtineer, noting that many of his colleagues have lived in the city for decades. “Let’s talk about affordability, transportation. I would love to talk about all those things, but how about [people critical of tech workers] first admit that we are part of the local community as well. Until then, they can take their Tea Party tactics and go bully another minority … We pay atrocious rents just like you do.”In an attempt to appease the public, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority recently presented a plan to start regulating the private shuttles, charging them per stop to recoup their costs. (A state law limits them from charging more than their outlays fuggs short 70Y9gtor this type of program.) The pilot program, set to start this summer, was exempted from being givenith reporting by Zeke J Miller, Mark Thompson and David StoutGeneral Motors reportedly refused to replace a faulty ignition switch that would have cost the company less than one dollar per car, Reuters reports.The defective switch is believed to have been responsible for at least 13 deaths in the past nine years. Reuters based its report on a series of emails from 2005 it obtained, claiming “the change would have cost an extra 90 cents per unit and additional tooling costs of 0,000.”On Tuesday, lawmakers grilled General Motors CEO Mary Barra over the company’s failure to recall 2.6 million vehicles after GM discovered the switch was defective. Barra called the company&rsuggs short 70Y9gtquo;s failure to act in 2005 “unacceptable,” and promised that the company, with her at the helm, had ditched the cost-cutting ways of the past and was now dedicated to providing its customers with safer cars.“Today, if there is a safety issue, we take action,” said Barra. “If we know there is a defect, we do not look at the cost associated with it, we look at the speed at which we can fix the issue.”[Reuters]Plenty of people say that they hate their job, but few put that sentiment into writing, let alone on the official record. According to the New York Post, one Manhattan court reporter did just that, typing “I hate my job, I hate my job” as uggs short 70Y9gtwell as random characters over and over again rather than court dialogue.The stenographer, named by the Post as Daniel Kochanski, was reportedly fired but not before allegedly compromising the integrity of more than 30 court transcripts. An unnamed source told the Post the botched transcripts could lead to overturned criminal convictions. No fewer than 10 of the stenographer’s cases are reportedly being appealed, including that of one man convicted of hiring a hit man to murder a witness against him in a different trial.Kochanski told the Post he had not damaged the integrity of his transcripts: “I never typed gibberish. I always did my job 100 percent. I was let go because of suuggs short 70Y9gtbstance abuse,” he said.No word yet on how the reporter was able to flub so many court transcripts without being caught and reprimanded after the first one.[New York Post]On Tuesday the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, an 11-member outfit that runs the city, sat through a marathon, eight-hour hearing in a high-ceilinged room at City Hall. The central issue of that hearing—an appeal for an environmental review of a transportation pilot program—was soporific on the surface. But the pilot program at issue was the city’s regulation of private shuttles, known colloquially as “Google buses,” and discussions of air quality quickly gave way to heated arguments uggs short 70Y9gtabout class warfare.Citizens have long been complaining about private shuttles that use public bus stops without paying or being ticketed, particularly the imposing, double-decker coaches that pick up tech workers in San Francisco and ferry them to jobs at big tech firms in Silicon Valley. For angry citizens whose public buses might be blocked or delayed by these vehicles, the private shuttles have become symbols of a two-tiered system in San Francisco—one in which the wealthy are given breaks and the poor are displaced. “I have a problem with the arrogance of tech companies who have captured our bus stops,” said a union worker who spoke during the hours of public comments uggs short 70Y9gton Tuesday. “You’re going to make cuts to programs for the poorest families in this city, and these Google people stroll in and out like they’re royalty. And I’m sick of it.”Among the dozens who took turns in front of the microphone—some leveling disrespectful epithets at the supervisors, others giving sarcastic speeches, and many trying to find a middle ground—were some “Google people” and other tech workers who are often lumped into a stereotyped “them” by residents angry about changes Silicon Valley wealth is spurring in the city. “I don’t know how this has become an engineering or tech issue,” said an enguggs short 70Y9gtineer, noting that many of his colleagues have lived in the city for decades. “Let’s talk about affordability, transportation. I would love to talk about all those things, but how about [people critical of tech workers] first admit that we are part of the local community as well. Until then, they can take their Tea Party tactics and go bully another minority … We pay atrocious rents just like you do.”In an attempt to appease the public, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority recently presented a plan to start regulating the private shuttles, charging them per stop to recoup their costs. (A state law limits them from charging more than their outlays fuggs short 70Y9gtor this type of program.) The pilot program, set to start this summer, was exempted from being given,yeezy 350 turtle dove ukith reporting by Zeke J Miller, Mark Thompson and David StoutGeneral Motors reportedly refused to replace a faulty ignition switch that would have cost the company less than one dollar per car, Reuters reports.The defective switch is believed to have been responsible for at least 13 deaths in the past nine years. Reuters based its report on a series of emails from 2005 it obtained, claiming “the change would have cost an extra 90 cents per unit and additional tooling costs of 0,000.”On Tuesday, lawmakers grilled General Motors CEO Mary Barra over the company’s failure to recall 2.6 million vehicles after GM discovered the switch was defective. Barra called the company&rsuggs short 70Y9gtquo;s failure to act in 2005 “unacceptable,” and promised that the company, with her at the helm, had ditched the cost-cutting ways of the past and was now dedicated to providing its customers with safer cars.“Today, if there is a safety issue, we take action,” said Barra. “If we know there is a defect, we do not look at the cost associated with it, we look at the speed at which we can fix the issue.”[Reuters]Plenty of people say that they hate their job, but few put that sentiment into writing, let alone on the official record. According to the New York Post, one Manhattan court reporter did just that, typing “I hate my job, I hate my job” as uggs short 70Y9gtwell as random characters over and over again rather than court dialogue.The stenographer, named by the Post as Daniel Kochanski, was reportedly fired but not before allegedly compromising the integrity of more than 30 court transcripts. An unnamed source told the Post the botched transcripts could lead to overturned criminal convictions. No fewer than 10 of the stenographer’s cases are reportedly being appealed, including that of one man convicted of hiring a hit man to murder a witness against him in a different trial.Kochanski told the Post he had not damaged the integrity of his transcripts: “I never typed gibberish. I always did my job 100 percent. I was let go because of suuggs short 70Y9gtbstance abuse,” he said.No word yet on how the reporter was able to flub so many court transcripts without being caught and reprimanded after the first one.[New York Post]On Tuesday the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, an 11-member outfit that runs the city, sat through a marathon, eight-hour hearing in a high-ceilinged room at City Hall. The central issue of that hearing—an appeal for an environmental review of a transportation pilot program—was soporific on the surface. But the pilot program at issue was the city’s regulation of private shuttles, known colloquially as “Google buses,” and discussions of air quality quickly gave way to heated arguments uggs short 70Y9gtabout class warfare.Citizens have long been complaining about private shuttles that use public bus stops without paying or being ticketed, particularly the imposing, double-decker coaches that pick up tech workers in San Francisco and ferry them to jobs at big tech firms in Silicon Valley. For angry citizens whose public buses might be blocked or delayed by these vehicles, the private shuttles have become symbols of a two-tiered system in San Francisco—one in which the wealthy are given breaks and the poor are displaced. “I have a problem with the arrogance of tech companies who have captured our bus stops,” said a union worker who spoke during the hours of public comments uggs short 70Y9gton Tuesday. “You’re going to make cuts to programs for the poorest families in this city, and these Google people stroll in and out like they’re royalty. And I’m sick of it.”Among the dozens who took turns in front of the microphone—some leveling disrespectful epithets at the supervisors, others giving sarcastic speeches, and many trying to find a middle ground—were some “Google people” and other tech workers who are often lumped into a stereotyped “them” by residents angry about changes Silicon Valley wealth is spurring in the city. “I don’t know how this has become an engineering or tech issue,” said an enguggs short 70Y9gtineer, noting that many of his colleagues have lived in the city for decades. “Let’s talk about affordability, transportation. I would love to talk about all those things, but how about [people critical of tech workers] first admit that we are part of the local community as well. Until then, they can take their Tea Party tactics and go bully another minority … We pay atrocious rents just like you do.”In an attempt to appease the public, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority recently presented a plan to start regulating the private shuttles, charging them per stop to recoup their costs. (A state law limits them from charging more than their outlays fuggs short 70Y9gtor this type of program.) The pilot program, set to start this summer, was exempted from being givenith reporting by Zeke J Miller, Mark Thompson and David StoutGeneral Motors reportedly refused to replace a faulty ignition switch that would have cost the company less than one dollar per car, Reuters reports.The defective switch is believed to have been responsible for at least 13 deaths in the past nine years. Reuters based its report on a series of emails from 2005 it obtained, claiming “the change would have cost an extra 90 cents per unit and additional tooling costs of 0,000.”On Tuesday, lawmakers grilled General Motors CEO Mary Barra over the company’s failure to recall 2.6 million vehicles after GM discovered the switch was defective. Barra called the company&rsuggs short 70Y9gtquo;s failure to act in 2005 “unacceptable,” and promised that the company, with her at the helm, had ditched the cost-cutting ways of the past and was now dedicated to providing its customers with safer cars.“Today, if there is a safety issue, we take action,” said Barra. “If we know there is a defect, we do not look at the cost associated with it, we look at the speed at which we can fix the issue.”[Reuters]Plenty of people say that they hate their job, but few put that sentiment into writing, let alone on the official record. According to the New York Post, one Manhattan court reporter did just that, typing “I hate my job, I hate my job” as uggs short 70Y9gtwell as random characters over and over again rather than court dialogue.The stenographer, named by the Post as Daniel Kochanski, was reportedly fired but not before allegedly compromising the integrity of more than 30 court transcripts. An unnamed source told the Post the botched transcripts could lead to overturned criminal convictions. No fewer than 10 of the stenographer’s cases are reportedly being appealed, including that of one man convicted of hiring a hit man to murder a witness against him in a different trial.Kochanski told the Post he had not damaged the integrity of his transcripts: “I never typed gibberish. I always did my job 100 percent. I was let go because of suuggs short 70Y9gtbstance abuse,” he said.No word yet on how the reporter was able to flub so many court transcripts without being caught and reprimanded after the first one.[New York Post]On Tuesday the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, an 11-member outfit that runs the city, sat through a marathon, eight-hour hearing in a high-ceilinged room at City Hall. The central issue of that hearing—an appeal for an environmental review of a transportation pilot program—was soporific on the surface. But the pilot program at issue was the city’s regulation of private shuttles, known colloquially as “Google buses,” and discussions of air quality quickly gave way to heated arguments uggs short 70Y9gtabout class warfare.Citizens have long been complaining about private shuttles that use public bus stops without paying or being ticketed, particularly the imposing, double-decker coaches that pick up tech workers in San Francisco and ferry them to jobs at big tech firms in Silicon Valley. For angry citizens whose public buses might be blocked or delayed by these vehicles, the private shuttles have become symbols of a two-tiered system in San Francisco—one in which the wealthy are given breaks and the poor are displaced. “I have a problem with the arrogance of tech companies who have captured our bus stops,” said a union worker who spoke during the hours of public comments uggs short 70Y9gton Tuesday. “You’re going to make cuts to programs for the poorest families in this city, and these Google people stroll in and out like they’re royalty. And I’m sick of it.”Among the dozens who took turns in front of the microphone—some leveling disrespectful epithets at the supervisors, others giving sarcastic speeches, and many trying to find a middle ground—were some “Google people” and other tech workers who are often lumped into a stereotyped “them” by residents angry about changes Silicon Valley wealth is spurring in the city. “I don’t know how this has become an engineering or tech issue,” said an enguggs short 70Y9gtineer, noting that many of his colleagues have lived in the city for decades. “Let’s talk about affordability, transportation. I would love to talk about all those things, but how about [people critical of tech workers] first admit that we are part of the local community as well. Until then, they can take their Tea Party tactics and go bully another minority … We pay atrocious rents just like you do.”In an attempt to appease the public, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority recently presented a plan to start regulating the private shuttles, charging them per stop to recoup their costs. (A state law limits them from charging more than their outlays fuggs short 70Y9gtor this type of program.) The pilot program, set to start this summer, was exempted from being givenith reporting by Zeke J Miller, Mark Thompson and David StoutGeneral Motors reportedly refused to replace a faulty ignition switch that would have cost the company less than one dollar per car, Reuters reports.The defective switch is believed to have been responsible for at least 13 deaths in the past nine years. Reuters based its report on a series of emails from 2005 it obtained, claiming “the change would have cost an extra 90 cents per unit and additional tooling costs of 0,000.”On Tuesday, lawmakers grilled General Motors CEO Mary Barra over the company’s failure to recall 2.6 million vehicles after GM discovered the switch was defective. Barra called the company&rsuggs short 70Y9gtquo;s failure to act in 2005 “unacceptable,” and promised that the company, with her at the helm, had ditched the cost-cutting ways of the past and was now dedicated to providing its customers with safer cars.“Today, if there is a safety issue, we take action,” said Barra. “If we know there is a defect, we do not look at the cost associated with it, we look at the speed at which we can fix the issue.”[Reuters]Plenty of people say that they hate their job, but few put that sentiment into writing, let alone on the official record. According to the New York Post, one Manhattan court reporter did just that, typing “I hate my job, I hate my job” as uggs short 70Y9gtwell as random characters over and over again rather than court dialogue.The stenographer, named by the Post as Daniel Kochanski, was reportedly fired but not before allegedly compromising the integrity of more than 30 court transcripts. An unnamed source told the Post the botched transcripts could lead to overturned criminal convictions. No fewer than 10 of the stenographer’s cases are reportedly being appealed, including that of one man convicted of hiring a hit man to murder a witness against him in a different trial.Kochanski told the Post he had not damaged the integrity of his transcripts: “I never typed gibberish. I always did my job 100 percent. I was let go because of suuggs short 70Y9gtbstance abuse,” he said.No word yet on how the reporter was able to flub so many court transcripts without being caught and reprimanded after the first one.[New York Post]On Tuesday the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, an 11-member outfit that runs the city, sat through a marathon, eight-hour hearing in a high-ceilinged room at City Hall. The central issue of that hearing—an appeal for an environmental review of a transportation pilot program—was soporific on the surface. But the pilot program at issue was the city’s regulation of private shuttles, known colloquially as “Google buses,” and discussions of air quality quickly gave way to heated arguments uggs short 70Y9gtabout class warfare.Citizens have long been complaining about private shuttles that use public bus stops without paying or being ticketed, particularly the imposing, double-decker coaches that pick up tech workers in San Francisco and ferry them to jobs at big tech firms in Silicon Valley. For angry citizens whose public buses might be blocked or delayed by these vehicles, the private shuttles have become symbols of a two-tiered system in San Francisco—one in which the wealthy are given breaks and the poor are displaced. “I have a problem with the arrogance of tech companies who have captured our bus stops,” said a union worker who spoke during the hours of public comments uggs short 70Y9gton Tuesday. “You’re going to make cuts to programs for the poorest families in this city, and these Google people stroll in and out like they’re royalty. 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Until then, they can take their Tea Party tactics and go bully another minority … We pay atrocious rents just like you do.”In an attempt to appease the public, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority recently presented a plan to start regulating the private shuttles, charging them per stop to recoup their costs. (A state law limits them from charging more than their outlays fuggs short 70Y9gtor this type of program.) The pilot program, set to start this summer, was exempted from being givenadidas yeezy boost tai chi

adidas yeezy 750 boost unboxingith reporting by Zeke J Miller, Mark Thompson and David StoutGeneral Motors reportedly refused to replace a faulty ignition switch that would have cost the company less than one dollar per car, Reuters reports.The defective switch is believed to have been responsible for at least 13 deaths in the past nine years. Reuters based its report on a series of emails from 2005 it obtained, claiming “the change would have cost an extra 90 cents per unit and additional tooling costs of 0,000.”On Tuesday, lawmakers grilled General Motors CEO Mary Barra over the company’s failure to recall 2.6 million vehicles after GM discovered the switch was defective. Barra called the company&rsuggs short 70Y9gtquo;s failure to act in 2005 “unacceptable,” and promised that the company, with her at the helm, had ditched the cost-cutting ways of the past and was now dedicated to providing its customers with safer cars.“Today, if there is a safety issue, we take action,” said Barra. “If we know there is a defect, we do not look at the cost associated with it, we look at the speed at which we can fix the issue.”[Reuters]Plenty of people say that they hate their job, but few put that sentiment into writing, let alone on the official record. According to the New York Post, one Manhattan court reporter did just that, typing “I hate my job, I hate my job” as uggs short 70Y9gtwell as random characters over and over again rather than court dialogue.The stenographer, named by the Post as Daniel Kochanski, was reportedly fired but not before allegedly compromising the integrity of more than 30 court transcripts. An unnamed source told the Post the botched transcripts could lead to overturned criminal convictions. No fewer than 10 of the stenographer’s cases are reportedly being appealed, including that of one man convicted of hiring a hit man to murder a witness against him in a different trial.Kochanski told the Post he had not damaged the integrity of his transcripts: “I never typed gibberish. I always did my job 100 percent. I was let go because of suuggs short 70Y9gtbstance abuse,” he said.No word yet on how the reporter was able to flub so many court transcripts without being caught and reprimanded after the first one.[New York Post]On Tuesday the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, an 11-member outfit that runs the city, sat through a marathon, eight-hour hearing in a high-ceilinged room at City Hall. The central issue of that hearing—an appeal for an environmental review of a transportation pilot program—was soporific on the surface. But the pilot program at issue was the city’s regulation of private shuttles, known colloquially as “Google buses,” and discussions of air quality quickly gave way to heated arguments uggs short 70Y9gtabout class warfare.Citizens have long been complaining about private shuttles that use public bus stops without paying or being ticketed, particularly the imposing, double-decker coaches that pick up tech workers in San Francisco and ferry them to jobs at big tech firms in Silicon Valley. For angry citizens whose public buses might be blocked or delayed by these vehicles, the private shuttles have become symbols of a two-tiered system in San Francisco—one in which the wealthy are given breaks and the poor are displaced. “I have a problem with the arrogance of tech companies who have captured our bus stops,” said a union worker who spoke during the hours of public comments uggs short 70Y9gton Tuesday. “You’re going to make cuts to programs for the poorest families in this city, and these Google people stroll in and out like they’re royalty. And I’m sick of it.”Among the dozens who took turns in front of the microphone—some leveling disrespectful epithets at the supervisors, others giving sarcastic speeches, and many trying to find a middle ground—were some “Google people” and other tech workers who are often lumped into a stereotyped “them” by residents angry about changes Silicon Valley wealth is spurring in the city. “I don’t know how this has become an engineering or tech issue,” said an enguggs short 70Y9gtineer, noting that many of his colleagues have lived in the city for decades. “Let’s talk about affordability, transportation. I would love to talk about all those things, but how about [people critical of tech workers] first admit that we are part of the local community as well. Until then, they can take their Tea Party tactics and go bully another minority … We pay atrocious rents just like you do.”In an attempt to appease the public, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority recently presented a plan to start regulating the private shuttles, charging them per stop to recoup their costs. (A state law limits them from charging more than their outlays fuggs short 70Y9gtor this type of program.) The pilot program, set to start this summer, was exempted from being givenith reporting by Zeke J Miller, Mark Thompson and David StoutGeneral Motors reportedly refused to replace a faulty ignition switch that would have cost the company less than one dollar per car, Reuters reports.The defective switch is believed to have been responsible for at least 13 deaths in the past nine years. Reuters based its report on a series of emails from 2005 it obtained, claiming “the change would have cost an extra 90 cents per unit and additional tooling costs of 0,000.”On Tuesday, lawmakers grilled General Motors CEO Mary Barra over the company’s failure to recall 2.6 million vehicles after GM discovered the switch was defective. Barra called the company&rsuggs short 70Y9gtquo;s failure to act in 2005 “unacceptable,” and promised that the company, with her at the helm, had ditched the cost-cutting ways of the past and was now dedicated to providing its customers with safer cars.“Today, if there is a safety issue, we take action,” said Barra. “If we know there is a defect, we do not look at the cost associated with it, we look at the speed at which we can fix the issue.”[Reuters]Plenty of people say that they hate their job, but few put that sentiment into writing, let alone on the official record. According to the New York Post, one Manhattan court reporter did just that, typing “I hate my job, I hate my job” as uggs short 70Y9gtwell as random characters over and over again rather than court dialogue.The stenographer, named by the Post as Daniel Kochanski, was reportedly fired but not before allegedly compromising the integrity of more than 30 court transcripts. An unnamed source told the Post the botched transcripts could lead to overturned criminal convictions. No fewer than 10 of the stenographer’s cases are reportedly being appealed, including that of one man convicted of hiring a hit man to murder a witness against him in a different trial.Kochanski told the Post he had not damaged the integrity of his transcripts: “I never typed gibberish. I always did my job 100 percent. I was let go because of suuggs short 70Y9gtbstance abuse,” he said.No word yet on how the reporter was able to flub so many court transcripts without being caught and reprimanded after the first one.[New York Post]On Tuesday the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, an 11-member outfit that runs the city, sat through a marathon, eight-hour hearing in a high-ceilinged room at City Hall. The central issue of that hearing—an appeal for an environmental review of a transportation pilot program—was soporific on the surface. But the pilot program at issue was the city’s regulation of private shuttles, known colloquially as “Google buses,” and discussions of air quality quickly gave way to heated arguments uggs short 70Y9gtabout class warfare.Citizens have long been complaining about private shuttles that use public bus stops without paying or being ticketed, particularly the imposing, double-decker coaches that pick up tech workers in San Francisco and ferry them to jobs at big tech firms in Silicon Valley. For angry citizens whose public buses might be blocked or delayed by these vehicles, the private shuttles have become symbols of a two-tiered system in San Francisco—one in which the wealthy are given breaks and the poor are displaced. “I have a problem with the arrogance of tech companies who have captured our bus stops,” said a union worker who spoke during the hours of public comments uggs short 70Y9gton Tuesday. “You’re going to make cuts to programs for the poorest families in this city, and these Google people stroll in and out like they’re royalty. And I’m sick of it.”Among the dozens who took turns in front of the microphone—some leveling disrespectful epithets at the supervisors, others giving sarcastic speeches, and many trying to find a middle ground—were some “Google people” and other tech workers who are often lumped into a stereotyped “them” by residents angry about changes Silicon Valley wealth is spurring in the city. “I don’t know how this has become an engineering or tech issue,” said an enguggs short 70Y9gtineer, noting that many of his colleagues have lived in the city for decades. “Let’s talk about affordability, transportation. I would love to talk about all those things, but how about [people critical of tech workers] first admit that we are part of the local community as well. Until then, they can take their Tea Party tactics and go bully another minority … We pay atrocious rents just like you do.”In an attempt to appease the public, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority recently presented a plan to start regulating the private shuttles, charging them per stop to recoup their costs. (A state law limits them from charging more than their outlays fuggs short 70Y9gtor this type of program.) The pilot program, set to start this summer, was exempted from being givenith reporting by Zeke J Miller, Mark Thompson and David StoutGeneral Motors reportedly refused to replace a faulty ignition switch that would have cost the company less than one dollar per car, Reuters reports.The defective switch is believed to have been responsible for at least 13 deaths in the past nine years. Reuters based its report on a series of emails from 2005 it obtained, claiming “the change would have cost an extra 90 cents per unit and additional tooling costs of 0,000.”On Tuesday, lawmakers grilled General Motors CEO Mary Barra over the company’s failure to recall 2.6 million vehicles after GM discovered the switch was defective. Barra called the company&rsuggs short 70Y9gtquo;s failure to act in 2005 “unacceptable,” and promised that the company, with her at the helm, had ditched the cost-cutting ways of the past and was now dedicated to providing its customers with safer cars.“Today, if there is a safety issue, we take action,” said Barra. “If we know there is a defect, we do not look at the cost associated with it, we look at the speed at which we can fix the issue.”[Reuters]Plenty of people say that they hate their job, but few put that sentiment into writing, let alone on the official record. According to the New York Post, one Manhattan court reporter did just that, typing “I hate my job, I hate my job” as uggs short 70Y9gtwell as random characters over and over again rather than court dialogue.The stenographer, named by the Post as Daniel Kochanski, was reportedly fired but not before allegedly compromising the integrity of more than 30 court transcripts. An unnamed source told the Post the botched transcripts could lead to overturned criminal convictions. No fewer than 10 of the stenographer’s cases are reportedly being appealed, including that of one man convicted of hiring a hit man to murder a witness against him in a different trial.Kochanski told the Post he had not damaged the integrity of his transcripts: “I never typed gibberish. I always did my job 100 percent. I was let go because of suuggs short 70Y9gtbstance abuse,” he said.No word yet on how the reporter was able to flub so many court transcripts without being caught and reprimanded after the first one.[New York Post]On Tuesday the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, an 11-member outfit that runs the city, sat through a marathon, eight-hour hearing in a high-ceilinged room at City Hall. The central issue of that hearing—an appeal for an environmental review of a transportation pilot program—was soporific on the surface. But the pilot program at issue was the city’s regulation of private shuttles, known colloquially as “Google buses,” and discussions of air quality quickly gave way to heated arguments uggs short 70Y9gtabout class warfare.Citizens have long been complaining about private shuttles that use public bus stops without paying or being ticketed, particularly the imposing, double-decker coaches that pick up tech workers in San Francisco and ferry them to jobs at big tech firms in Silicon Valley. For angry citizens whose public buses might be blocked or delayed by these vehicles, the private shuttles have become symbols of a two-tiered system in San Francisco—one in which the wealthy are given breaks and the poor are displaced. “I have a problem with the arrogance of tech companies who have captured our bus stops,” said a union worker who spoke during the hours of public comments uggs short 70Y9gton Tuesday. “You’re going to make cuts to programs for the poorest families in this city, and these Google people stroll in and out like they’re royalty. And I’m sick of it.”Among the dozens who took turns in front of the microphone—some leveling disrespectful epithets at the supervisors, others giving sarcastic speeches, and many trying to find a middle ground—were some “Google people” and other tech workers who are often lumped into a stereotyped “them” by residents angry about changes Silicon Valley wealth is spurring in the city. “I don’t know how this has become an engineering or tech issue,” said an enguggs short 70Y9gtineer, noting that many of his colleagues have lived in the city for decades. “Let’s talk about affordability, transportation. I would love to talk about all those things, but how about [people critical of tech workers] first admit that we are part of the local community as well. Until then, they can take their Tea Party tactics and go bully another minority … We pay atrocious rents just like you do.”In an attempt to appease the public, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority recently presented a plan to start regulating the private shuttles, charging them per stop to recoup their costs. (A state law limits them from charging more than their outlays fuggs short 70Y9gtor this type of program.) The pilot program, set to start this summer, was exempted from being given,yeezy boost updatesith reporting by Zeke J Miller, Mark Thompson and David StoutGeneral Motors reportedly refused to replace a faulty ignition switch that would have cost the company less than one dollar per car, Reuters reports.The defective switch is believed to have been responsible for at least 13 deaths in the past nine years. Reuters based its report on a series of emails from 2005 it obtained, claiming “the change would have cost an extra 90 cents per unit and additional tooling costs of 0,000.”On Tuesday, lawmakers grilled General Motors CEO Mary Barra over the company’s failure to recall 2.6 million vehicles after GM discovered the switch was defective. Barra called the company&rsuggs short 70Y9gtquo;s failure to act in 2005 “unacceptable,” and promised that the company, with her at the helm, had ditched the cost-cutting ways of the past and was now dedicated to providing its customers with safer cars.“Today, if there is a safety issue, we take action,” said Barra. “If we know there is a defect, we do not look at the cost associated with it, we look at the speed at which we can fix the issue.”[Reuters]Plenty of people say that they hate their job, but few put that sentiment into writing, let alone on the official record. According to the New York Post, one Manhattan court reporter did just that, typing “I hate my job, I hate my job” as uggs short 70Y9gtwell as random characters over and over again rather than court dialogue.The stenographer, named by the Post as Daniel Kochanski, was reportedly fired but not before allegedly compromising the integrity of more than 30 court transcripts. An unnamed source told the Post the botched transcripts could lead to overturned criminal convictions. No fewer than 10 of the stenographer’s cases are reportedly being appealed, including that of one man convicted of hiring a hit man to murder a witness against him in a different trial.Kochanski told the Post he had not damaged the integrity of his transcripts: “I never typed gibberish. I always did my job 100 percent. I was let go because of suuggs short 70Y9gtbstance abuse,” he said.No word yet on how the reporter was able to flub so many court transcripts without being caught and reprimanded after the first one.[New York Post]On Tuesday the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, an 11-member outfit that runs the city, sat through a marathon, eight-hour hearing in a high-ceilinged room at City Hall. The central issue of that hearing—an appeal for an environmental review of a transportation pilot program—was soporific on the surface. But the pilot program at issue was the city’s regulation of private shuttles, known colloquially as “Google buses,” and discussions of air quality quickly gave way to heated arguments uggs short 70Y9gtabout class warfare.Citizens have long been complaining about private shuttles that use public bus stops without paying or being ticketed, particularly the imposing, double-decker coaches that pick up tech workers in San Francisco and ferry them to jobs at big tech firms in Silicon Valley. For angry citizens whose public buses might be blocked or delayed by these vehicles, the private shuttles have become symbols of a two-tiered system in San Francisco—one in which the wealthy are given breaks and the poor are displaced. “I have a problem with the arrogance of tech companies who have captured our bus stops,” said a union worker who spoke during the hours of public comments uggs short 70Y9gton Tuesday. “You’re going to make cuts to programs for the poorest families in this city, and these Google people stroll in and out like they’re royalty. And I’m sick of it.”Among the dozens who took turns in front of the microphone—some leveling disrespectful epithets at the supervisors, others giving sarcastic speeches, and many trying to find a middle ground—were some “Google people” and other tech workers who are often lumped into a stereotyped “them” by residents angry about changes Silicon Valley wealth is spurring in the city. “I don’t know how this has become an engineering or tech issue,” said an enguggs short 70Y9gtineer, noting that many of his colleagues have lived in the city for decades. “Let’s talk about affordability, transportation. I would love to talk about all those things, but how about [people critical of tech workers] first admit that we are part of the local community as well. Until then, they can take their Tea Party tactics and go bully another minority … We pay atrocious rents just like you do.”In an attempt to appease the public, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority recently presented a plan to start regulating the private shuttles, charging them per stop to recoup their costs. (A state law limits them from charging more than their outlays fuggs short 70Y9gtor this type of program.) The pilot program, set to start this summer, was exempted from being givenith reporting by Zeke J Miller, Mark Thompson and David StoutGeneral Motors reportedly refused to replace a faulty ignition switch that would have cost the company less than one dollar per car, Reuters reports.The defective switch is believed to have been responsible for at least 13 deaths in the past nine years. Reuters based its report on a series of emails from 2005 it obtained, claiming “the change would have cost an extra 90 cents per unit and additional tooling costs of 0,000.”On Tuesday, lawmakers grilled General Motors CEO Mary Barra over the company’s failure to recall 2.6 million vehicles after GM discovered the switch was defective. Barra called the company&rsuggs short 70Y9gtquo;s failure to act in 2005 “unacceptable,” and promised that the company, with her at the helm, had ditched the cost-cutting ways of the past and was now dedicated to providing its customers with safer cars.“Today, if there is a safety issue, we take action,” said Barra. “If we know there is a defect, we do not look at the cost associated with it, we look at the speed at which we can fix the issue.”[Reuters]Plenty of people say that they hate their job, but few put that sentiment into writing, let alone on the official record. According to the New York Post, one Manhattan court reporter did just that, typing “I hate my job, I hate my job” as uggs short 70Y9gtwell as random characters over and over again rather than court dialogue.The stenographer, named by the Post as Daniel Kochanski, was reportedly fired but not before allegedly compromising the integrity of more than 30 court transcripts. An unnamed source told the Post the botched transcripts could lead to overturned criminal convictions. No fewer than 10 of the stenographer’s cases are reportedly being appealed, including that of one man convicted of hiring a hit man to murder a witness against him in a different trial.Kochanski told the Post he had not damaged the integrity of his transcripts: “I never typed gibberish. I always did my job 100 percent. I was let go because of suuggs short 70Y9gtbstance abuse,” he said.No word yet on how the reporter was able to flub so many court transcripts without being caught and reprimanded after the first one.[New York Post]On Tuesday the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, an 11-member outfit that runs the city, sat through a marathon, eight-hour hearing in a high-ceilinged room at City Hall. The central issue of that hearing—an appeal for an environmental review of a transportation pilot program—was soporific on the surface. But the pilot program at issue was the city’s regulation of private shuttles, known colloquially as “Google buses,” and discussions of air quality quickly gave way to heated arguments uggs short 70Y9gtabout class warfare.Citizens have long been complaining about private shuttles that use public bus stops without paying or being ticketed, particularly the imposing, double-decker coaches that pick up tech workers in San Francisco and ferry them to jobs at big tech firms in Silicon Valley. For angry citizens whose public buses might be blocked or delayed by these vehicles, the private shuttles have become symbols of a two-tiered system in San Francisco—one in which the wealthy are given breaks and the poor are displaced. “I have a problem with the arrogance of tech companies who have captured our bus stops,” said a union worker who spoke during the hours of public comments uggs short 70Y9gton Tuesday. “You’re going to make cuts to programs for the poorest families in this city, and these Google people stroll in and out like they’re royalty. And I’m sick of it.”Among the dozens who took turns in front of the microphone—some leveling disrespectful epithets at the supervisors, others giving sarcastic speeches, and many trying to find a middle ground—were some “Google people” and other tech workers who are often lumped into a stereotyped “them” by residents angry about changes Silicon Valley wealth is spurring in the city. “I don’t know how this has become an engineering or tech issue,” said an enguggs short 70Y9gtineer, noting that many of his colleagues have lived in the city for decades. “Let’s talk about affordability, transportation. I would love to talk about all those things, but how about [people critical of tech workers] first admit that we are part of the local community as well. Until then, they can take their Tea Party tactics and go bully another minority … We pay atrocious rents just like you do.”In an attempt to appease the public, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority recently presented a plan to start regulating the private shuttles, charging them per stop to recoup their costs. (A state law limits them from charging more than their outlays fuggs short 70Y9gtor this type of program.) The pilot program, set to start this summer, was exempted from being givenith reporting by Zeke J Miller, Mark Thompson and David StoutGeneral Motors reportedly refused to replace a faulty ignition switch that would have cost the company less than one dollar per car, Reuters reports.The defective switch is believed to have been responsible for at least 13 deaths in the past nine years. Reuters based its report on a series of emails from 2005 it obtained, claiming “the change would have cost an extra 90 cents per unit and additional tooling costs of 0,000.”On Tuesday, lawmakers grilled General Motors CEO Mary Barra over the company’s failure to recall 2.6 million vehicles after GM discovered the switch was defective. Barra called the company&rsuggs short 70Y9gtquo;s failure to act in 2005 “unacceptable,” and promised that the company, with her at the helm, had ditched the cost-cutting ways of the past and was now dedicated to providing its customers with safer cars.“Today, if there is a safety issue, we take action,” said Barra. “If we know there is a defect, we do not look at the cost associated with it, we look at the speed at which we can fix the issue.”[Reuters]Plenty of people say that they hate their job, but few put that sentiment into writing, let alone on the official record. According to the New York Post, one Manhattan court reporter did just that, typing “I hate my job, I hate my job” as uggs short 70Y9gtwell as random characters over and over again rather than court dialogue.The stenographer, named by the Post as Daniel Kochanski, was reportedly fired but not before allegedly compromising the integrity of more than 30 court transcripts. An unnamed source told the Post the botched transcripts could lead to overturned criminal convictions. No fewer than 10 of the stenographer’s cases are reportedly being appealed, including that of one man convicted of hiring a hit man to murder a witness against him in a different trial.Kochanski told the Post he had not damaged the integrity of his transcripts: “I never typed gibberish. I always did my job 100 percent. I was let go because of suuggs short 70Y9gtbstance abuse,” he said.No word yet on how the reporter was able to flub so many court transcripts without being caught and reprimanded after the first one.[New York Post]On Tuesday the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, an 11-member outfit that runs the city, sat through a marathon, eight-hour hearing in a high-ceilinged room at City Hall. The central issue of that hearing—an appeal for an environmental review of a transportation pilot program—was soporific on the surface. But the pilot program at issue was the city’s regulation of private shuttles, known colloquially as “Google buses,” and discussions of air quality quickly gave way to heated arguments uggs short 70Y9gtabout class warfare.Citizens have long been complaining about private shuttles that use public bus stops without paying or being ticketed, particularly the imposing, double-decker coaches that pick up tech workers in San Francisco and ferry them to jobs at big tech firms in Silicon Valley. For angry citizens whose public buses might be blocked or delayed by these vehicles, the private shuttles have become symbols of a two-tiered system in San Francisco—one in which the wealthy are given breaks and the poor are displaced. “I have a problem with the arrogance of tech companies who have captured our bus stops,” said a union worker who spoke during the hours of public comments uggs short 70Y9gton Tuesday. “You’re going to make cuts to programs for the poorest families in this city, and these Google people stroll in and out like they’re royalty. And I’m sick of it.”Among the dozens who took turns in front of the microphone—some leveling disrespectful epithets at the supervisors, others giving sarcastic speeches, and many trying to find a middle ground—were some “Google people” and other tech workers who are often lumped into a stereotyped “them” by residents angry about changes Silicon Valley wealth is spurring in the city. “I don’t know how this has become an engineering or tech issue,” said an enguggs short 70Y9gtineer, noting that many of his colleagues have lived in the city for decades. “Let’s talk about affordability, transportation. I would love to talk about all those things, but how about [people critical of tech workers] first admit that we are part of the local community as well. Until then, they can take their Tea Party tactics and go bully another minority … We pay atrocious rents just like you do.”In an attempt to appease the public, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority recently presented a plan to start regulating the private shuttles, charging them per stop to recoup their costs. (A state law limits them from charging more than their outlays fuggs short 70Y9gtor this type of program.) The pilot program, set to start this summer, was exempted from being givenadidas yeezy laces

adidas yeezy zaith reporting by Zeke J Miller, Mark Thompson and David StoutGeneral Motors reportedly refused to replace a faulty ignition switch that would have cost the company less than one dollar per car, Reuters reports.The defective switch is believed to have been responsible for at least 13 deaths in the past nine years. Reuters based its report on a series of emails from 2005 it obtained, claiming “the change would have cost an extra 90 cents per unit and additional tooling costs of 0,000.”On Tuesday, lawmakers grilled General Motors CEO Mary Barra over the company’s failure to recall 2.6 million vehicles after GM discovered the switch was defective. Barra called the company&rsuggs short 70Y9gtquo;s failure to act in 2005 “unacceptable,” and promised that the company, with her at the helm, had ditched the cost-cutting ways of the past and was now dedicated to providing its customers with safer cars.“Today, if there is a safety issue, we take action,” said Barra. “If we know there is a defect, we do not look at the cost associated with it, we look at the speed at which we can fix the issue.”[Reuters]Plenty of people say that they hate their job, but few put that sentiment into writing, let alone on the official record. According to the New York Post, one Manhattan court reporter did just that, typing “I hate my job, I hate my job” as uggs short 70Y9gtwell as random characters over and over again rather than court dialogue.The stenographer, named by the Post as Daniel Kochanski, was reportedly fired but not before allegedly compromising the integrity of more than 30 court transcripts. An unnamed source told the Post the botched transcripts could lead to overturned criminal convictions. No fewer than 10 of the stenographer’s cases are reportedly being appealed, including that of one man convicted of hiring a hit man to murder a witness against him in a different trial.Kochanski told the Post he had not damaged the integrity of his transcripts: “I never typed gibberish. I always did my job 100 percent. I was let go because of suuggs short 70Y9gtbstance abuse,” he said.No word yet on how the reporter was able to flub so many court transcripts without being caught and reprimanded after the first one.[New York Post]On Tuesday the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, an 11-member outfit that runs the city, sat through a marathon, eight-hour hearing in a high-ceilinged room at City Hall. The central issue of that hearing—an appeal for an environmental review of a transportation pilot program—was soporific on the surface. But the pilot program at issue was the city’s regulation of private shuttles, known colloquially as “Google buses,” and discussions of air quality quickly gave way to heated arguments uggs short 70Y9gtabout class warfare.Citizens have long been complaining about private shuttles that use public bus stops without paying or being ticketed, particularly the imposing, double-decker coaches that pick up tech workers in San Francisco and ferry them to jobs at big tech firms in Silicon Valley. For angry citizens whose public buses might be blocked or delayed by these vehicles, the private shuttles have become symbols of a two-tiered system in San Francisco—one in which the wealthy are given breaks and the poor are displaced. “I have a problem with the arrogance of tech companies who have captured our bus stops,” said a union worker who spoke during the hours of public comments uggs short 70Y9gton Tuesday. “You’re going to make cuts to programs for the poorest families in this city, and these Google people stroll in and out like they’re royalty. And I’m sick of it.”Among the dozens who took turns in front of the microphone—some leveling disrespectful epithets at the supervisors, others giving sarcastic speeches, and many trying to find a middle ground—were some “Google people” and other tech workers who are often lumped into a stereotyped “them” by residents angry about changes Silicon Valley wealth is spurring in the city. “I don’t know how this has become an engineering or tech issue,” said an enguggs short 70Y9gtineer, noting that many of his colleagues have lived in the city for decades. “Let’s talk about affordability, transportation. I would love to talk about all those things, but how about [people critical of tech workers] first admit that we are part of the local community as well. Until then, they can take their Tea Party tactics and go bully another minority … We pay atrocious rents just like you do.”In an attempt to appease the public, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority recently presented a plan to start regulating the private shuttles, charging them per stop to recoup their costs. (A state law limits them from charging more than their outlays fuggs short 70Y9gtor this type of program.) The pilot program, set to start this summer, was exempted from being givenith reporting by Zeke J Miller, Mark Thompson and David StoutGeneral Motors reportedly refused to replace a faulty ignition switch that would have cost the company less than one dollar per car, Reuters reports.The defective switch is believed to have been responsible for at least 13 deaths in the past nine years. Reuters based its report on a series of emails from 2005 it obtained, claiming “the change would have cost an extra 90 cents per unit and additional tooling costs of 0,000.”On Tuesday, lawmakers grilled General Motors CEO Mary Barra over the company’s failure to recall 2.6 million vehicles after GM discovered the switch was defective. Barra called the company&rsuggs short 70Y9gtquo;s failure to act in 2005 “unacceptable,” and promised that the company, with her at the helm, had ditched the cost-cutting ways of the past and was now dedicated to providing its customers with safer cars.“Today, if there is a safety issue, we take action,” said Barra. “If we know there is a defect, we do not look at the cost associated with it, we look at the speed at which we can fix the issue.”[Reuters]Plenty of people say that they hate their job, but few put that sentiment into writing, let alone on the official record. According to the New York Post, one Manhattan court reporter did just that, typing “I hate my job, I hate my job” as uggs short 70Y9gtwell as random characters over and over again rather than court dialogue.The stenographer, named by the Post as Daniel Kochanski, was reportedly fired but not before allegedly compromising the integrity of more than 30 court transcripts. An unnamed source told the Post the botched transcripts could lead to overturned criminal convictions. No fewer than 10 of the stenographer’s cases are reportedly being appealed, including that of one man convicted of hiring a hit man to murder a witness against him in a different trial.Kochanski told the Post he had not damaged the integrity of his transcripts: “I never typed gibberish. I always did my job 100 percent. I was let go because of suuggs short 70Y9gtbstance abuse,” he said.No word yet on how the reporter was able to flub so many court transcripts without being caught and reprimanded after the first one.[New York Post]On Tuesday the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, an 11-member outfit that runs the city, sat through a marathon, eight-hour hearing in a high-ceilinged room at City Hall. The central issue of that hearing—an appeal for an environmental review of a transportation pilot program—was soporific on the surface. But the pilot program at issue was the city’s regulation of private shuttles, known colloquially as “Google buses,” and discussions of air quality quickly gave way to heated arguments uggs short 70Y9gtabout class warfare.Citizens have long been complaining about private shuttles that use public bus stops without paying or being ticketed, particularly the imposing, double-decker coaches that pick up tech workers in San Francisco and ferry them to jobs at big tech firms in Silicon Valley. For angry citizens whose public buses might be blocked or delayed by these vehicles, the private shuttles have become symbols of a two-tiered system in San Francisco—one in which the wealthy are given breaks and the poor are displaced. “I have a problem with the arrogance of tech companies who have captured our bus stops,” said a union worker who spoke during the hours of public comments uggs short 70Y9gton Tuesday. “You’re going to make cuts to programs for the poorest families in this city, and these Google people stroll in and out like they’re royalty. And I’m sick of it.”Among the dozens who took turns in front of the microphone—some leveling disrespectful epithets at the supervisors, others giving sarcastic speeches, and many trying to find a middle ground—were some “Google people” and other tech workers who are often lumped into a stereotyped “them” by residents angry about changes Silicon Valley wealth is spurring in the city. “I don’t know how this has become an engineering or tech issue,” said an enguggs short 70Y9gtineer, noting that many of his colleagues have lived in the city for decades. “Let’s talk about affordability, transportation. I would love to talk about all those things, but how about [people critical of tech workers] first admit that we are part of the local community as well. Until then, they can take their Tea Party tactics and go bully another minority … We pay atrocious rents just like you do.”In an attempt to appease the public, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority recently presented a plan to start regulating the private shuttles, charging them per stop to recoup their costs. (A state law limits them from charging more than their outlays fuggs short 70Y9gtor this type of program.) The pilot program, set to start this summer, was exempted from being givenith reporting by Zeke J Miller, Mark Thompson and David StoutGeneral Motors reportedly refused to replace a faulty ignition switch that would have cost the company less than one dollar per car, Reuters reports.The defective switch is believed to have been responsible for at least 13 deaths in the past nine years. Reuters based its report on a series of emails from 2005 it obtained, claiming “the change would have cost an extra 90 cents per unit and additional tooling costs of 0,000.”On Tuesday, lawmakers grilled General Motors CEO Mary Barra over the company’s failure to recall 2.6 million vehicles after GM discovered the switch was defective. Barra called the company&rsuggs short 70Y9gtquo;s failure to act in 2005 “unacceptable,” and promised that the company, with her at the helm, had ditched the cost-cutting ways of the past and was now dedicated to providing its customers with safer cars.“Today, if there is a safety issue, we take action,” said Barra. “If we know there is a defect, we do not look at the cost associated with it, we look at the speed at which we can fix the issue.”[Reuters]Plenty of people say that they hate their job, but few put that sentiment into writing, let alone on the official record. According to the New York Post, one Manhattan court reporter did just that, typing “I hate my job, I hate my job” as uggs short 70Y9gtwell as random characters over and over again rather than court dialogue.The stenographer, named by the Post as Daniel Kochanski, was reportedly fired but not before allegedly compromising the integrity of more than 30 court transcripts. An unnamed source told the Post the botched transcripts could lead to overturned criminal convictions. No fewer than 10 of the stenographer’s cases are reportedly being appealed, including that of one man convicted of hiring a hit man to murder a witness against him in a different trial.Kochanski told the Post he had not damaged the integrity of his transcripts: “I never typed gibberish. I always did my job 100 percent. I was let go because of suuggs short 70Y9gtbstance abuse,” he said.No word yet on how the reporter was able to flub so many court transcripts without being caught and reprimanded after the first one.[New York Post]On Tuesday the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, an 11-member outfit that runs the city, sat through a marathon, eight-hour hearing in a high-ceilinged room at City Hall. The central issue of that hearing—an appeal for an environmental review of a transportation pilot program—was soporific on the surface. But the pilot program at issue was the city’s regulation of private shuttles, known colloquially as “Google buses,” and discussions of air quality quickly gave way to heated arguments uggs short 70Y9gtabout class warfare.Citizens have long been complaining about private shuttles that use public bus stops without paying or being ticketed, particularly the imposing, double-decker coaches that pick up tech workers in San Francisco and ferry them to jobs at big tech firms in Silicon Valley. 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And I’m sick of it.”Among the dozens who took turns in front of the microphone—some leveling disrespectful epithets at the supervisors, others giving sarcastic speeches, and many trying to find a middle ground—were some “Google people” and other tech workers who are often lumped into a stereotyped “them” by residents angry about changes Silicon Valley wealth is spurring in the city. “I don’t know how this has become an engineering or tech issue,” said an enguggs short 70Y9gtineer, noting that many of his colleagues have lived in the city for decades. “Let’s talk about affordability, transportation. I would love to talk about all those things, but how about [people critical of tech workers] first admit that we are part of the local community as well. Until then, they can take their Tea Party tactics and go bully another minority … We pay atrocious rents just like you do.”In an attempt to appease the public, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority recently presented a plan to start regulating the private shuttles, charging them per stop to recoup their costs. (A state law limits them from charging more than their outlays fuggs short 70Y9gtor this type of program.) The pilot program, set to start this summer, was exempted from being given,yeezy boost vectorith reporting by Zeke J Miller, Mark Thompson and David StoutGeneral Motors reportedly refused to replace a faulty ignition switch that would have cost the company less than one dollar per car, Reuters reports.The defective switch is believed to have been responsible for at least 13 deaths in the past nine years. 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I was let go because of suuggs short 70Y9gtbstance abuse,” he said.No word yet on how the reporter was able to flub so many court transcripts without being caught and reprimanded after the first one.[New York Post]On Tuesday the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, an 11-member outfit that runs the city, sat through a marathon, eight-hour hearing in a high-ceilinged room at City Hall. The central issue of that hearing—an appeal for an environmental review of a transportation pilot program—was soporific on the surface. But the pilot program at issue was the city’s regulation of private shuttles, known colloquially as “Google buses,” and discussions of air quality quickly gave way to heated arguments uggs short 70Y9gtabout class warfare.Citizens have long been complaining about private shuttles that use public bus stops without paying or being ticketed, particularly the imposing, double-decker coaches that pick up tech workers in San Francisco and ferry them to jobs at big tech firms in Silicon Valley. For angry citizens whose public buses might be blocked or delayed by these vehicles, the private shuttles have become symbols of a two-tiered system in San Francisco—one in which the wealthy are given breaks and the poor are displaced. “I have a problem with the arrogance of tech companies who have captured our bus stops,” said a union worker who spoke during the hours of public comments uggs short 70Y9gton Tuesday. “You’re going to make cuts to programs for the poorest families in this city, and these Google people stroll in and out like they’re royalty. And I’m sick of it.”Among the dozens who took turns in front of the microphone—some leveling disrespectful epithets at the supervisors, others giving sarcastic speeches, and many trying to find a middle ground—were some “Google people” and other tech workers who are often lumped into a stereotyped “them” by residents angry about changes Silicon Valley wealth is spurring in the city. “I don’t know how this has become an engineering or tech issue,” said an enguggs short 70Y9gtineer, noting that many of his colleagues have lived in the city for decades. “Let’s talk about affordability, transportation. I would love to talk about all those things, but how about [people critical of tech workers] first admit that we are part of the local community as well. Until then, they can take their Tea Party tactics and go bully another minority … We pay atrocious rents just like you do.”In an attempt to appease the public, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority recently presented a plan to start regulating the private shuttles, charging them per stop to recoup their costs. (A state law limits them from charging more than their outlays fuggs short 70Y9gtor this type of program.) The pilot program, set to start this summer, was exempted from being givenith reporting by Zeke J Miller, Mark Thompson and David StoutGeneral Motors reportedly refused to replace a faulty ignition switch that would have cost the company less than one dollar per car, Reuters reports.The defective switch is believed to have been responsible for at least 13 deaths in the past nine years. Reuters based its report on a series of emails from 2005 it obtained, claiming “the change would have cost an extra 90 cents per unit and additional tooling costs of 0,000.”On Tuesday, lawmakers grilled General Motors CEO Mary Barra over the company’s failure to recall 2.6 million vehicles after GM discovered the switch was defective. Barra called the company&rsuggs short 70Y9gtquo;s failure to act in 2005 “unacceptable,” and promised that the company, with her at the helm, had ditched the cost-cutting ways of the past and was now dedicated to providing its customers with safer cars.“Today, if there is a safety issue, we take action,” said Barra. “If we know there is a defect, we do not look at the cost associated with it, we look at the speed at which we can fix the issue.”[Reuters]Plenty of people say that they hate their job, but few put that sentiment into writing, let alone on the official record. According to the New York Post, one Manhattan court reporter did just that, typing “I hate my job, I hate my job” as uggs short 70Y9gtwell as random characters over and over again rather than court dialogue.The stenographer, named by the Post as Daniel Kochanski, was reportedly fired but not before allegedly compromising the integrity of more than 30 court transcripts. An unnamed source told the Post the botched transcripts could lead to overturned criminal convictions. No fewer than 10 of the stenographer’s cases are reportedly being appealed, including that of one man convicted of hiring a hit man to murder a witness against him in a different trial.Kochanski told the Post he had not damaged the integrity of his transcripts: “I never typed gibberish. I always did my job 100 percent. I was let go because of suuggs short 70Y9gtbstance abuse,” he said.No word yet on how the reporter was able to flub so many court transcripts without being caught and reprimanded after the first one.[New York Post]On Tuesday the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, an 11-member outfit that runs the city, sat through a marathon, eight-hour hearing in a high-ceilinged room at City Hall. The central issue of that hearing—an appeal for an environmental review of a transportation pilot program—was soporific on the surface. But the pilot program at issue was the city’s regulation of private shuttles, known colloquially as “Google buses,” and discussions of air quality quickly gave way to heated arguments uggs short 70Y9gtabout class warfare.Citizens have long been complaining about private shuttles that use public bus stops without paying or being ticketed, particularly the imposing, double-decker coaches that pick up tech workers in San Francisco and ferry them to jobs at big tech firms in Silicon Valley. For angry citizens whose public buses might be blocked or delayed by these vehicles, the private shuttles have become symbols of a two-tiered system in San Francisco—one in which the wealthy are given breaks and the poor are displaced. “I have a problem with the arrogance of tech companies who have captured our bus stops,” said a union worker who spoke during the hours of public comments uggs short 70Y9gton Tuesday. “You’re going to make cuts to programs for the poorest families in this city, and these Google people stroll in and out like they’re royalty. 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Until then, they can take their Tea Party tactics and go bully another minority … We pay atrocious rents just like you do.”In an attempt to appease the public, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority recently presented a plan to start regulating the private shuttles, charging them per stop to recoup their costs. (A state law limits them from charging more than their outlays fuggs short 70Y9gtor this type of program.) The pilot program, set to start this summer, was exempted from being givenith reporting by Zeke J Miller, Mark Thompson and David StoutGeneral Motors reportedly refused to replace a faulty ignition switch that would have cost the company less than one dollar per car, Reuters reports.The defective switch is believed to have been responsible for at least 13 deaths in the past nine years. Reuters based its report on a series of emails from 2005 it obtained, claiming “the change would have cost an extra 90 cents per unit and additional tooling costs of 0,000.”On Tuesday, lawmakers grilled General Motors CEO Mary Barra over the company’s failure to recall 2.6 million vehicles after GM discovered the switch was defective. Barra called the company&rsuggs short 70Y9gtquo;s failure to act in 2005 “unacceptable,” and promised that the company, with her at the helm, had ditched the cost-cutting ways of the past and was now dedicated to providing its customers with safer cars.“Today, if there is a safety issue, we take action,” said Barra. “If we know there is a defect, we do not look at the cost associated with it, we look at the speed at which we can fix the issue.”[Reuters]Plenty of people say that they hate their job, but few put that sentiment into writing, let alone on the official record. According to the New York Post, one Manhattan court reporter did just that, typing “I hate my job, I hate my job” as uggs short 70Y9gtwell as random characters over and over again rather than court dialogue.The stenographer, named by the Post as Daniel Kochanski, was reportedly fired but not before allegedly compromising the integrity of more than 30 court transcripts. An unnamed source told the Post the botched transcripts could lead to overturned criminal convictions. No fewer than 10 of the stenographer’s cases are reportedly being appealed, including that of one man convicted of hiring a hit man to murder a witness against him in a different trial.Kochanski told the Post he had not damaged the integrity of his transcripts: “I never typed gibberish. I always did my job 100 percent. I was let go because of suuggs short 70Y9gtbstance abuse,” he said.No word yet on how the reporter was able to flub so many court transcripts without being caught and reprimanded after the first one.[New York Post]On Tuesday the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, an 11-member outfit that runs the city, sat through a marathon, eight-hour hearing in a high-ceilinged room at City Hall. The central issue of that hearing—an appeal for an environmental review of a transportation pilot program—was soporific on the surface. But the pilot program at issue was the city’s regulation of private shuttles, known colloquially as “Google buses,” and discussions of air quality quickly gave way to heated arguments uggs short 70Y9gtabout class warfare.Citizens have long been complaining about private shuttles that use public bus stops without paying or being ticketed, particularly the imposing, double-decker coaches that pick up tech workers in San Francisco and ferry them to jobs at big tech firms in Silicon Valley. For angry citizens whose public buses might be blocked or delayed by these vehicles, the private shuttles have become symbols of a two-tiered system in San Francisco—one in which the wealthy are given breaks and the poor are displaced. “I have a problem with the arrogance of tech companies who have captured our bus stops,” said a union worker who spoke during the hours of public comments uggs short 70Y9gton Tuesday. “You’re going to make cuts to programs for the poorest families in this city, and these Google people stroll in and out like they’re royalty. And I’m sick of it.”Among the dozens who took turns in front of the microphone—some leveling disrespectful epithets at the supervisors, others giving sarcastic speeches, and many trying to find a middle ground—were some “Google people” and other tech workers who are often lumped into a stereotyped “them” by residents angry about changes Silicon Valley wealth is spurring in the city. “I don’t know how this has become an engineering or tech issue,” said an enguggs short 70Y9gtineer, noting that many of his colleagues have lived in the city for decades. “Let’s talk about affordability, transportation. I would love to talk about all those things, but how about [people critical of tech workers] first admit that we are part of the local community as well. Until then, they can take their Tea Party tactics and go bully another minority … We pay atrocious rents just like you do.”In an attempt to appease the public, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority recently presented a plan to start regulating the private shuttles, charging them per stop to recoup their costs. (A state law limits them from charging more than their outlays fuggs short 70Y9gtor this type of program.) The pilot program, set to start this summer, was exempted from being givenadidas yeezy cost



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