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And don't listen to people that claim moving into someone's space is a bad idea. That's what we did, and what most of my friends do as well when they move in with their partner. It takes a lot of the stress out of the move, you don't need to search for a new apartment, there is less shit to move, and most importantly, you know that if it doesn't work out the transition is pretty simple-the new person moves their shit, and the other person can afford the apartment with ease since it was their old apartment to begin with.
The only thing I would really discuss beforehand is how the finances will work and what would happen if you two break up.
If Weiner never ran and Huma did a high profile campaign job or ran on her own, then it is far less likely that any of Weiner's new women would have come forward, and even if they did, it would have been a non-story. Weiner would just agree to stay in the shadows, be the doting father that doesn't do much campaigning, and people would largely forget who he was. If Huma was just a campaign aide to Clinton, there would be very minimal press coverage on this-nobody gives a damn if a campaign aide is having marital troubles, and there would be a backlash in favor of Clinton if some idiot reporter kept on asking Clinton about Huma's marital issues. Huma would hardly be the first person working on a presidential campaign with marital troubles, hell, that's part of the job description.
And if Huma was the candidate herself, she gets to look sympathetic, and can say she is keeping Weiner around since he is an imperfect husband but perfect father, and people should judge Huma and not her husband when deciding who to vote for.
There is no way Huma and Weiner sat down and decided that Weiner should run for mayor in order to attract far more attention to his sexting than it would if Weiner just stayed a stay at home dad while Huma did her thing.
Bill Clinton's constant pussyhounding is a great example. Clinton has been publicly sleeping with tons of women since he left office. And Hillary doesn't get asked about it.
His bitching about having to work a late shift with 24 hours notice is also fucking insane-that is how restaurant jobs work!
Of course, part of the problem is having an economical distribution system to get tons of trucks to different parts of Manhattan and Brooklyn.
A different proposal that I saw is to find ways to encourage users to move bikes themselves, by offering discounts or points or something. I don't know how effective that would be though.
In the end, you just figure out a walking route as to which stations to go to. I work in the Financial District, which is one of the places that is mostly out of bikes once the afternoon rush hour begins, and I'm still able to find bikes. It just takes me visiting a few stations to get one.
And I love to tip, and sometimes I will tip food trucks that I go to regularly, but this kid has serious entitlement issues. Assholes like this kid really piss me off since people who don't like to tip anyone in the service business will use this as a BS example of why nobody deserves a tip.