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GenderDeputy

I said this on the r/fuckcars post but I'll say it here too: In the sims there are lots of people moving around, there's plazas, people walking places. In the city expansion on Sims 4 I think there are street cars even. So I guess when you're in a utopia where people aren't all boxed into our cars it might seem like the sims. I think it's just people experiencing other people visibly living their own lives right outside their window for the first time in their lives and with their lack of experience with it all they can compare it to is the sims. It's actually sad that the only place we see people living like this in America is in our collective Imagination


Triarag

Thanks, I was actually having trouble understanding what they were trying to say in this video. It just seemed like a normal scene of daily life in a city. I think you're completely right, though.


Teddy-Roosevelt-Bot

Knowing what's right doesn't mean much unless you do what's right.


GenderDeputy

Lmao


Teddy-Roosevelt-Bot

Knowing what's right doesn't mean much unless you do what's right.


GenderDeputy

I guess, thanks for the weird insight Teddy


Calvinbah

I don't see any plumbobs. A status bar would be fantastic honestly.


BigBillz128

NOW! THAT’S WHAT I CALL URBAN PLANNING VOL. 2


ehanson

As someone who spent way too much time playing SimCity growing up and got a degree in urban planning (unforunately seen as a useless degree in the US) this is how cities should be planned IMO. Who knew all those hours playing SimCity prepared me for a move to The NL?


djernie

This is Rotterdam, one of the most modern cities we have in The Netherlands. Don't just move to any place in NL, move to Rotterdam!


ehanson

Oh for sure. Big difference between Rotterdam and Breda, Deventer and similar towns. I love Amsterdam also but it has become very expensive to live there in recent years.


meetjoehomo

Argy nard!