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$1 50M for a
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    • Cause one makes hell of a lot of money for them. That and governments are slowly caring less and less about people, and more about the money they have
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    • I love when people who don't understand economics or government talk like they're experts of economics and government
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    • Chicago be like "let's rebuild the road!" If any of you guys live in or near Chicago, you'll know that near down town where i290 starts that same co.struction layout has been there since 2015.. yep. that's how underfunded and lazy they are.
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    • We shouldn’t pay for stadiums with taxpayer money. I say that as an avid sports fan
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    • USA be like 5 billion for a wall, 100+ billion in social healthcare to illegal immigrants
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    • My town spent 100mil on a state of the art auditorium for my high school but only now after 20 years gave us the 50k we needed for a new piano.
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    • People defending how stadiums can increase tax revenue in the city but don't understand how infrastructure spending does the same thing while directly benefiting the local populous
      Galahad 30 may
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    • Yo is this a digg at ATL.?
      AssOnly 29 may
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    • IM SO ANGRY AT A SPONGEBOB MEME
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    • For real; America really needs high-speed rail. That’d do more for the environment than any dumbass emissions restrictions the left can subject us to.
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    • Los Angeles niggas be like
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    • Ireland is spending over 2 bil for a children's hospital if that makes you happier
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    • My school district built a stadium for tens of millions just to say they had the most expensive football stadium in the country then for someone else to build a more expensive one like immediately
      Oslith 29 may
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    • Billions were raised to restore a burning church in France. Our own government makes us miss work for days to attend jury duty and only get 6 dollars a day. That's how much we are worth.
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    • Because a pro sports stadium brings in trillions. With that billion dollar investment the could pay for 3 top notch mass transit systems...
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    • atlanta
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    • I find it so amazing that people really think a public service like transportation wouldn’t have any benefits to them, and they oppose it. Y’all ever been in traffic? Do you care about having a planet to live on? More public transport folks, the benefits are amazing
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    • 1,000$ for public schools
      pwillie 31 may
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    • dumbasses in the comments thinking that public transit won’t improve the currency inflow of a city, ok shit lords
      paul_rudd 29 may
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      Corcho 29 may
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    • So many jobs are created from stadiums
      PanTera__ 29 may
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    • $150M seems a little low for comprehensive public transportation unless you're talking about strictly busses
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    • Have a Super Bowl in that stadium: generate all that money back in ticket sales and tourism in just 48 hours
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    • Atlanta is that you???
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    • downtown dallas has both
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    • There's a hell of alot more abandoned stadiums then public transit systems in the US
      Dylan_17 29 may
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    • Two words Bread and Circuses
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    • Despite what top comments say a stadium in most cases are a money sink and do not in fact Mack much money for the city unless they have a amazing team
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    • I bet the government doesn’t even thank their bus drivers
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    • Well to be fair, black people will damage the streets anyway
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    • Fix. The. God. Damn. Roads.
      moatGoth 29 may
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    • This is very true my state approved a 1 billion dollar stadium while also cutting almost 150 million from public transportation and 450 from schools
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    • do you happen to live in arlington, texas? one of the largest cities to not have public tramsport, home of the AT&T stadium, as well as the future home of another stadium.
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    • Thats because stadiums attract businesses such as restaurants, hotels, shopping centers, etc. How good a team is and the players they have makes a difference too. Once lebron left cleveland the value of that franchise dropped tremendously and the local businesses saw a sharp decline in revenue.
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    • Wow dude calling out Atlanta damn
      Wack 3 jun
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    • Stadiums are often funded by private investors. If you want to make a difference convince the rich to care by sharing positivity.
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    • Cities are actually beginning to invest in aquariums as a cheaper alternative to stadiums
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    • is this atlanta
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    • My city tore down its city hall to build a baseball stadium
      ice9000 2 jun
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    • Remember when the World Cup was in rio 😬
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    • Don’t even get me started on schools
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    • Welcome to Atlanta
      eflat 2 jun
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    • Just lived thru that in Atlanta...
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    • Literally everything that gets featured was on Reddit or TikTok 2 days before #GARBAGE
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    • This sounds like Cincinnati Ohio. New fcc stadium vs failing city metro rail system. Lol. Only the opposite. They want to keep pouring money into a train that no one rides and derail (no pun intended) the new soccer franchise that will bring the city money.
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    • One makes money for the city and one is a bathroom for degenerates
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    • This isn't even a joke it's just true
      LeeDong 1 jun
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    • Arlington Texas guys
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    • *when sports stadiums are all sponsored by private companies*
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    • The billion stadium is usually the money maker over a public transit system. Middle and upper class people can attend events at the stadium. Lower class can barely afford the transit system so the government offers different discounts further lowering the revenue from the transit system.
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    • Are both top commenters autistic chimps and don’t understand long term effects of a stadium and transit system?
      Gandhiman 30 may
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    • Arlington, Texas: home of the Dallas cowboys and the Texas rangers, yet ranked the largest city in the world without public transportation
      ghost6450 30 may
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    • the publicity alone of building a new stadium is probably more profitable than public transit will ever be
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    • Then when the stadiums die and people stop going to them, it's just taking up an ass load of space and a giant waste
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    • Idk if I’m right, but I remember reading an article about the new stadium in Inglewood, CA was being paid out of pocket by the ram’s headcoach’s wife and a bank loan. So wouldn’t that make stadiums a private investment? Unless the govt released those funds?
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    • Las Vegas be like...
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    • That’s cuz they make money from the stadium you fucking queers
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    • People in the comments talking shit about public transportation having never lived in a city with a fully functioning bus network. It’s literally fine.
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    • 5 billion for a wall 150 billion a year on illegals
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    • A stadium makes money, public transit doesn't.
      Plorf 30 may
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    • My county still collects an additional .5% sales tax for a stadium thats been paid off for decades
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    • Was this meant for Vegas??
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    • People acting like good transportation dosent promote shopping, tourism, restaurants, etc.
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    • Just so everybody knows, having a franchise in your town actually hurts the local economy. There has never been a single study proving otherwise. That's why the meme makes sense.
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    • STADIUMS DONT NEED GOVERNMENT FUNDING
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    • Is this attacking Nevada because I feel like it is
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    • This comments section highlights a lot of the problem with the country. Why does something need to be profitable before it becomes “worth it”? We pay taxes for shit like public transportation routes, not so billionaires can continue to line their pockets. Ffs...
      Biggy 29 may
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    • Atlanta*
      zdub90 29 may
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    • Just get a car, stupid.
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    • For all saying it will make money, public transit increases productivity and decreases turnover for businesses throughout the city, it also helps under served communities participate in the workforce more readily and decreases common street crime. > 10 year investment that may not work
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    • Reliable public transit helps the economy too, believe it or not. Helps people get to work, reducing unemployment. Those people now have money to spend, which generates tax revenue.
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    • Just print more money
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    • Ah, I see you're from Seattle.
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    • I did a research paper on publicly funded NFL stadiums for University and found that these stadiums have no noticeable impact on the economy of the city that funded it. Many economists and some anonymous local officials do too. In many cases, local economies grew slower than the national average.
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    • A stadium might bring in more money, but you bet your ass the money it brings in is going towards stadium upgrades and not the public.
      Yeow 29 may
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    • Well 1 is smaller than 15, duh
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    • Spending money on infrastructure is an investment wtf. If anything spending money on stadiums is way riskier than doing so to your transport systems.
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    • Yea and 15 million for a bike lane
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    • 1 billion for Israel
      funny1 29 may
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    • Trump spending money on Israel vs spending money on Americans
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    • Most of the revenue from a stadium goes to the team.. We pay for this giant thing, give them no or reduced property taxes, and they get everything. Naming rights to sell, concessions, tickets, you name it. They threaten to leave so we put out like dumb rights.
      keiome 29 may
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    • Faster transportation makes money in the long run
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    • When I was in school we had old desks and shit that were falling apart that looked like it was from the 90s and parts of the roof were caving in. They took a couple million dollars and spent it all on a brand new football field. They wanted to actually make a stadium with a dome.
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    • School system: wait you guys are getting paid?
      Apachej 29 may
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    • Shows just how fucking dumb America can be. A lot of people in Japan don't even own a car most of them use public transportation and I don't believe they even have stadiums like we do here yet they ain't 16 trillion in debt and are one of the most technologically advanced countries.
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    • Oh fuck that’s me
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    • A good public transport system can also be seen as an investment of sorts
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    • Privatizing transit makes it more efficient and affordable
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    • So this app shits on capitalism and then pretends like there's no other system that can replace it. Good shit.
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    • I pick city of Los Angeles for $500
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    • One costs more but makes profit and the other one is a convention for homeless people
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    • Atlanta GA
      Jinx122 29 may
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    • Funding billions for nearly two decades to fight some sand people > anything tbh
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