- S Redgrave
- May 19, 2013 - 19:13
You must be writing these comments from your I-phone at the homeless shelter. Stop making a mockery of a perfectly set up commentary forum. My tounge hurts from biting it so hard. Go get another bowl of soup and a stale bun.
- a business man
- May 19, 2013 - 13:27
Honestly, this is a good article. I am writing a book and a major source was the census data. I had this perfect plan to publish this book, and then make it a required textbook for students in the course that I will be teaching in September. In short, I had a good money making plan in place that was screwed by the decision to scrap the long-form census. Now I have to get the data from the private sector. I will still make profits, but less because I have to pay for something that I got for free. That said, I don't feel that taxpayers should have to foot the bill for data that I will use to publish a book that will make ME money. I will certainly not be sharing my profits with the taxpayers. I consider myself to be a selfish, but fair person, and I support the decision to scrap the census because it is not used by everyone, and those who use should pay. That said, I do see that I have a tactical advantage because I can afford to buy the data from the private sector, and that might allow me to produce better work than someone who can't afford the data.
- May 19, 2013 - 19:25
Would your book have come with the crayons, or would they be sold separately?