It also decreases the intelligence required to be that "person looking to hire."
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Although this obviously made a good platform for you to launch a tangential rant, this happens to be a case where supply and demand are at work. There was a pipeline problem and there was an electrical power failure to a refinery, the combination of which has left CA with a short term gasoline supply shortage. It also appears you have no idea that the three QEs are fundamentally different and have had little impact on oil futures prices compared to the essentially negative interest rates now offered on government bonds.
What? Fox "News" misleads its viewers with a story filled with misinformation and innuendo? I'm shocked! SHOCKED I tell you!
There is nothing on the horizon for them that can pump up the price short of people (new suckers) thinking they'll get to flip it to someone else.
Congratulations. You've just defined Wall Street in a nutshell.
Killing job job killing robots?
When you're too stupid to properly name the problem you're trying to address then just BOAKYAG. I doubt there has been any threat from a virus in a decade; today's threats are trojans and worms.
Apple patents the infrared remote control. Film at 11.
Why are we teaching students how to use calculators?
Wasn't this already covered this season on The Office?
The headline is quite misleading. It won't take 30 years to "clean up", it'll take 30 years to scrap the plant. "Clean up" will take, oh, a thousand times as long.
I for one am convinced. If it appears in a blog on Typepad then it must be true.
You're just itchin' to see Tokyo destroyed for real aren't you?
It's trying to install its partner, "dice-it".
Give it up. Privacy is gone.
There's a difference between statistics and repeatability. If you can't produce the same result repeatably on demand then it ain't science.