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Comment Re:P.S. you have the attitude of a servant (Score 2) 300 300

I think the disconnect you guys are having surrounds your definition of "job creator." SuperKendall seems to define it literally. That is, somebody who owns a business and hires people to do work. Opportunist seems to be following the attempts by certain political types to redefine "super-wealthy sociopathic leach on society" as "job creator," and does not like it.

I don't think any sane person has a problem with literal "job creators." I think lots of people have problems with "super-wealthy sociopathic leaches on society" who try to paint themselves as "job creators" for the purposes of paying half the tax rate of "the other 98%."

I think I might've just one today's Buzzword Bingo...

Comment Re:Healthcare (Score 1) 225 225

Fortunately, my employer uses IT to make us stand out. We've sunk millions of dollars into technology infrastructure, and it's paying off in a big way. Individual departments may look at us as a liability, but the people who make the strategic decisions know what we're worth. It's about to pay off, big-time, as we're about to double in size thanks to other hospital systems wanting to get in on what we do.

Comment Kyle Katarn could help (Score 4, Insightful) 100 100

The Jedi Knight games did everything right, from force powers to saber combat to letting you SHOOT the danged baddies if you wanted to. Translate that to the new graphics/physics engine, and done. Instant awesome game. (k, not really, but you know what I mean)

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