Loomio
Sun 15 Nov 2015 4:24AM

Community Game Loomio Training

ZL Zahra Lightway Public Seen by 249

Folks will be learning how to use Loomio. Here is a question to practice with.
People are car racing in the streets. There are no speed bumps. The cost to install speed bumps is $250,000. What can we do?
Talk with them.

ZL

Zahra Lightway Sat 5 Dec 2015 3:05AM

Cars are a thing. c:

CB

Chrystal Boomert Sat 5 Dec 2015 3:12AM

We can make our own speed bumps using local materials to make a cement/concrete.

JC

Jo Calt Sat 5 Dec 2015 3:07AM

Slash their tyres?

SP

Skyla Phoenix-Star Sat 5 Dec 2015 3:08AM

Please no. c:

SP

Skyla Phoenix-Star Sat 5 Dec 2015 3:08AM

If you slash their tyres only slash three because then their insurance won't pay for it, they'll have to. c:

KC

Poll Created Sat 5 Dec 2015 3:07AM

Find another supplier Closed Sat 5 Dec 2015 3:10AM

Outcome
by Zahra Lightway Wed 26 Apr 2017 11:44AM

Apparently it was the cheapest

Look into other companies to try and find a better price

Results

Results Option % of points Voters
Agree 66.7% 2 O KC
Abstain 0.0% 0  
Disagree 33.3% 1 SP
Block 0.0% 0  
Undecided 0% 8 ZD ZL JC CB UN J MH RM

3 of 11 people have voted (27%)

O

Oscar
Agree
Sat 5 Dec 2015 3:08AM

Yea! I think $250,000 is to much to pay for a few speed bump

SP

Skyla Phoenix-Star
Disagree
Sat 5 Dec 2015 3:09AM

This the cheapest price. :c

O

Oscar Sat 5 Dec 2015 3:07AM

Put a house on the road ... some of them cost less than that speed bump..

SP

Skyla Phoenix-Star Sat 5 Dec 2015 3:07AM

I GOT IT WORKING :D

RM

Rae McDowell Sat 5 Dec 2015 3:07AM

Paint large circular patterns on the road - people will naturally slow down

UN

Uta Nabert Sat 5 Dec 2015 3:08AM

What's about radar traps? it even brings money :-) Would perhaps even cheaper than building a house :-D

MH

Melinda Hatherly Sat 5 Dec 2015 3:08AM

Create a street party, take over street and invite car drivers

ZL

Zahra Lightway Sat 5 Dec 2015 3:08AM

We've look at ten suppliers and that was the cheapest.

SP

Skyla Phoenix-Star Sat 5 Dec 2015 3:10AM

Ban cars, save the environment! Bikes and horses!

ZD

Zack Domike Sat 5 Dec 2015 3:11AM

Park a few trailers at random angles to restrict vehicles overnight!

ZL

Zahra Lightway Sat 5 Dec 2015 3:13AM

I don't want to pay fines!

SP

Poll Created Sat 5 Dec 2015 3:17AM

To the moon! Closed Tue 8 Dec 2015 3:07AM

c:

Results

Results Option % of points Voters
Agree 60.0% 3 ZL JC SP
Abstain 20.0% 1 CB
Disagree 0.0% 0  
Block 20.0% 1 KC
Undecided 0% 6 ZD O UN J MH RM

5 of 11 people have voted (45%)

SP

Skyla Phoenix-Star
Agree
Sat 5 Dec 2015 3:17AM

Space travel!

CB

Chrystal Boomert
Agree
Sat 5 Dec 2015 3:18AM

yes

KC

Kynan Cowley-Hunt
Block
Sat 5 Dec 2015 3:19AM

But puppies

ZL

Zahra Lightway
Agree
Sat 5 Dec 2015 3:19AM

yes let's get off this crazy rock!

CB

Chrystal Boomert
Abstain
Sat 5 Dec 2015 3:20AM

yes

SP

Skyla Phoenix-Star Sat 5 Dec 2015 3:20AM

Puppies!

JC

Jo Calt Sat 5 Dec 2015 3:22AM

What type of puppies are they?

ZD

Zack Domike Sat 5 Dec 2015 8:53PM

I missed the last few comments, but want to give a political-economic lesson on a topic that appeared Out of The Blue: Space Travel.

ZD

Zack Domike Sat 5 Dec 2015 8:53PM

At the risk of boring some deniers, I have another political-economic comment, this time -8:) Crowd-Cheering of a painful reality: "Elysium Ring Planetary Moon" was a great prediction of the future, probably dystopian and less desirable and economic distortions undenierably . . .
Who will pay for the massive sci-technology of Space Travel?: Taxpayers
Who will pay the fare to travel to new worlds?: Superrich
How will Earth remain?: Gaunt, unless a nuclear cloud makes it worse
Moral: Be Careful of What You Wish For.
Motto: Take Back the Power!
Political Background: The US Government just changed a law (illegally because 20th Century Treaties did not allow private mining in space) to license commercial harvest of Asteroids or Planets, which leads one to suspect the happy news about space travel blatantly denies the environmental perfect storm of Earthly existential disasters in progress.
Desperate Times call for radical changes, but the next generation is not angry enough yet.