Yesterday's parliamentary vote passed the decision by a staggeringly close 15-14 votes.
The technological equivalent of having unprotected sex through a glory hole at a Quebec truckstop.
Your post is so full of fail, I don't have it in me to count the ways.
What you want to do when you're searching for "KKK/Aryan Brotherhood/Skinheads" is to suspend constitional rights of all white people, and search and detain any white people you encounter. It's the only way to be safe, really. Best to do it before any crime is committed so we all can be safe and secure.
Absurdism; it's what's for breakfast.
So you're saying that if one is searching for KKK/Aryan Brotherhood/Skinheads, that one has to spend time/resources to stop/question/search blacks or it's a "horrible crime"? Or if searching for NBPP members, one has to stop/question/search whites?
Suspects are typically described by appearance, such as "white male, mid-30s, approx. 6 ft tall, wearing jeans and red T-shirt" as an example. Do you think including "white male" in the description is a "horrible crime"?
Linus is the word for God on the lips and hearts of Linux users.
Seriously, guy gets adulated, now believes he's God.
I never ask people how good they did in school... I asked what the experience of school was like. It's a much more reliable indicator.
Yo Dawg, I heard you like Halo, so I got you a suit to play Halo while you play Halo.
What is the 'minimum effort' way for a mac or linux user to access programs when they sit down in front of a win8.x system?
The 'minimum effort' way to access programs, control panel snap-ins, etc hasn't changed since Vista: press the start key on your keyboard, type the first, occasionally second (and possibly third, for lesser-used programs) characters of the name, then hit enter. If you using the hunt-around-some-menus technique you might experience a slight speed-up or slow-down when going from start menu to start screen, depending on how organised you are (or how resistant to change you are), but for anyone using windows in a sane manner the difference is nonexistant.
As for not correcting homework, the point isn't to get the write answer, the point is to learn how to think.
He was Irish.
Reminds me of an old post on newsgropus:
"spying, great British hobby, second only to gardening".
Wasn't 007 a British by any chance?
Inquiring minds need to know:
What is your point?
What is to be done?
What is your final solution?
The big difference is that the Quran says to be violent, while the New Testament says to be peaceful. It's obvious that the typical Muslim, like the typical Christian, is not a murderous loon, but a to-the-letter Quran follower would be violent, while a to-the-letter Bible follower would be peaceful. To put it another way, a peaceful Muslim is as hypocritical as a hateful or violent Christian.
I can empathize with this poor, tired soul. This happens to me all the time.
...an explosive swab test on his pants which came back positive for some unknown reason, and everything snowballed from there...
If a job stands an actuarial risk of being deadly and you contract / subcontract
That's all the effort you get, as I'm afraid that interacting too much with you might give me cancer. It will most certainly make me stupider.
Since when is 50k a year underpaid? And if 50k is the median, then half of all installers are making over that. For a job that does not require a college degree that is what most people consider an amazing salary. 50k is $26 an hour. If they get time and a half, overtime would be $39 an hour. Those extra 4 hours a day gets you an extra $150. Hell, I would work 16 hours a day too if it meant I made $350 for the whole day. 3 days would cover my apartment, cable, and utilities, leaving the other 17 days for that month as profit. Maybe (just maybe) they work a lot of overtime because they make so much money doing it. Where I live, in a major suburban area, a single person can live off half that. Living downtown takes about 30k. 50k a year might be hard to raise a family on single-income, but then you are assuming they are a single-income family. If you assume the workers spouse makes 30k (easily attainable for someone without a degree), that brings the family income up to 80k. You can easily raise a family off of that. I have a hard time buying your argument that these guys are underpaid.
You think a welfare state, taxing, redistribution, regulating helps or prevents employment?
I'm gonna say... helps, with the caveat that I don't give a shit whether it helps or not. The employer in question can do business in somewherefuckinelse-istan if doesn't like the rules.
If the companies need more workers because the ones on the job are overworked, why do you think companies don't hire more people?
Because they don't wanna, and nobody makes them respect any sane hours of work rules? And people who are making low hourly wages are incentivized to work those hours because they need the money?
Counter-hypothetical: All hours over 40 per week or 10 a day are paid at double rate. Would that help or prevent employment?
It's the costs associated with employing more people. It's not just salaries, it's all the costs added not by any market forces but only by government meddling, this of-course also factors in the cost of the economy that is hurting from inflation, which prevents real capital formation and real economy from restarting.
Hiring people costs money; film at eleven. If the employer can't do the work safely because they bid too low, well then, that's the kind of management behaviour that sooner or later, will cost you your company (and/or flatten a town: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lac-M%C3%A9gantic_derailment ).
If the tower can't be built and maintained safely, then there shouldn't be a tower. AT&T will either pay to have the work done safely, or they will have to figure out a way to magically create one somehow. They can change their name to Antarctic Telecom and Telecommunication and FRO if they don't like it. (I'm not American, and I don't presume how you run your country, but that's my attitude for any business they want to do in my country.)
You're an economist, aren't you? I am going to assume you are an American, and like a holier-than-thou eurocommie, I'm going to offer you a clue, and this may not sound nice. Here's what you need to do: Build your society and make your laws for ALL the people and in the interest of ALL the people first and foremost, not just the 1%, or the 47%, or the 53%, or even the 99%. If the wealth creators and the job creators and the %1 don't like it, the world's a big place with many other places for them to live and do their business. Perhaps they would be happier in a Randian paradise on the moon.
Don't be scurred, homie. The 1% can't exist without the 99%.
The greatest Canadian: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tommy_Douglas
I'm not going to apologize either. Unless I hurt your feelings, in which case, I'm sorry. Go Leafs!