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    Oblivion Theme (Synth & Orchestral Mix) at 1.38
    on June 01, 2014 02:20

    Nice light trailoff

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    99% Invisible-70- The Great Red Car Conspiracy at 0.57
    on February 05, 2013 00:46

    Good piece, but ignores many facts about General Motors and others' involvement in orchestrating the systematic dismantling of streetcar systems around the nation. Nowhere was the GM/Firestone Tire/Standard Oil/Philips Petroleum/Mac Trucks conspiracy more successful than in Los Angeles. Even if the LA streetcar systems could not become self sustaining, unbiased government could have subsidized the system for the public good, as still occurs in most public transportation systems. To conclude that the Los Angeles streetcar system was dismantled purely because it could not support itself is less than a half truth. The Red Car may have been built without the intention of making it a profitable entity, and built ti increase the value of other assets, but this does not negate the actual conspiracy involved in its demise.
    See:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_American_Streetcar_Scandal
    http://www.newday.com/films/Taken_for_a_Ride.html

  • A Comment on Roman Mars's
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    99% Invisible-70- The Great Red Car Conspiracy
    on February 05, 2013 00:45

    Good piece, but ignores many facts about General Motors and others' involvement in orchestrating the systematic dismantling of streetcar systems around the nation. Nowhere was the GM/Firestone Tire/Standard Oil/Philips Petroleum/Mac Trucks conspiracy more successful than in Los Angeles. Even if the LA streetcar systems could not become self sustaining, unbiased government could have subsidized the system for the public good, as still occurs in most public transportation systems. To conclude that the Los Angeles streetcar system was dismantled purely because it could not support itself is less than a half truth. The Red Car may have been built without the intention of making it a profitable entity, and built ti increase the value of other assets, but this does not negate the actual conspiracy involved in its demise.
    See:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_American_Streetcar_Scandal
    http://www.newday.com/films/Taken_for_a_Ride.html

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