The people who play these games, or manage or coach them, are responsible for this money, so they should share in it. Nelson is definitely worth the money. He brought excitement back to the Warriors last season, with a stirring run down the stretch that got the Warriors into the playoffs for the first time since Nelson was coach in his first go-round.
That also spurred season ticket sales for this year, so the Warriors realized an immediate revenue jump. It would have been insane on both sides for Nelson to leave. His friend and former player Chris Mullin has designed the team Nelson wanted. Another coach would not have the same results.
But sports success can be fragile.
The other case, the Raiders finally signing No. Manning, who was the pick, quarterbacked the Indianapolis Colts to a Super Bowl title in February and is on his way to a Hall of Fame career. With that example, the Raiders wanted to limit the guaranteed bonus money to Russell. His agents wanted money up front because, after the first year, NFL contracts are not guaranteed. In fact, though, compensation for first-round picks has gotten out of hand.
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The NFL and players association should agree on a contractual limitation on first-year salaries. If he does, he will have earned it. Transit users pay taxes that pay for your parking spaces, and your extra driving lanes. Do you know how much that real estate is worth? I think you misread the piece.
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The suggestion was not that insurance pays for transit, but that the choice to not commute by car should result in a sufficient drop in your insurance premium that you can afford a monthly transit pass without affecting your overall budget. That's actually already true for some in my office where it is cheaper to take transit than it is to drive and pay for parking.
As for the comment on Richmond, I agree that at present a car is necessary for man to commute within Richmond but is the answer to further increase our dependence upon cars, or to look to ways to more efficiently serve the population with appropriate transit options? I like the idea of pay as you go insurance, if there's a clear savings, people will opt not to use cars, whereas now it's, "I've already got it and am paying for it, might as well use it".
Bike lanes need to be considered very carefully. I'm a cyclist, and some of the bike lanes are terrible.
Turning left from Pacific St onto Hornby is one of the worst intersections for a cyclist. Given how haphazard the bike lanes are, I think licensing cyclists so everyone follows the same rules of the road is better I'm more concerned here for cyclist safety than about congestion. I think if you make HOV lanes toll free, you'll have single occupancy vehicles driving through them more than you have now. More sense would be tolling single occupancy vehicles. Everyone has to go through the toll gate, but if the car is full, you don't have to pay.
Very quickly everyone would switch to carpooling, and every lane would become an HOV lane.
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