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Comment: Re:Finally! (Score 3, Insightful) 474

by rholtzjr (#47488889) Attached to: World Health Organization Calls For Decriminalization of Drug Use

I agree with your comments on this as well. What would we do with all the prison space currently housed by drug-related occupants? That would put a heavy dent in the income of the organizations that manage the prison systems (which are mostly cronies of the politicians). And once the dent is made in their profits, they would lobby to elevate the penalty of some other illegal act to put the profits back into their pockets, say jaywalking or driving while texting is a now mandatory 90 days in prison.

Comment: Re:Job Hopping (Score 1) 282

by rholtzjr (#47389427) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: How Often Should You Change Jobs?

It is obvious that you have never been a consultant before. If you throw the 1-2 years and less into the "least likely" pile then you are going to miss out on people who can adapt rapidly in practically any situation. This is what the industry created when they started outsourcing. In the event that a person goes from a full time employment to a consulting type employment are you saying you would not want this type of person to re-enter the full time employment category? Seeing as you have 25 years with a single company shows that you are operating on a 25 years old concept.

Comment: Don't know about you, but.... (Score 1) 384

by rholtzjr (#46455379) Attached to: Men And Women Think Women Are Bad At Basic Math

My sister has a Masters Degree in Mathematics and also teaches an advanced placement Calculus class at a local high school. Women bad at math????
I know that to be different. I would rather think that it has to do with having the ability to think in an abstract manner. Some people can do this easier than others. Gender has nothing to do with it.

Comment: You should try it in Texas (Score 1) 698

by rholtzjr (#32242608) Attached to: ACLU Sues To Protect Your Right To Swear
Swearing in the presence of a law enforcement official in Texas is considered an act of resistance. Therefore resisting an a law enforcement official (misdameanor), where you will be thrown in jail for a least a minimum of 72 hours (at least until bailed out). When you get out you still have to go to your local court and fight (and still pay court costs), where you will then be free to be picked again if you foolishly try it again. RULE 1: MAN WITH THE GUN: Yes sir.... No sir.... RULE 2: DISRESPECT IS NOT APPRECIATED: refer to RULE 1

The meat is rotten, but the booze is holding out. Computer translation of "The spirit is willing, but the flesh is weak."

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