Comment 104886

By AnjoMan (registered) | Posted September 26, 2014 at 16:40:50 in reply to Comment 104880

The corollary to this is that all of [sic] should never shop when we are hungry.

This logic assumes that you get to choose to 'shop when you are not hungry', but if that were the case than both Toronto and Hamilton would be very different places. Toronto would probably have two extra subway lines and multiple rail lines, and Hamilton would probably already have at least one rapid transit line of some kind. Now we are at the point where the investment is needed and we still have to procure the project, which could take a decade.

In other words, if you are hungry and you don't buy food, you will starve.

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