Construction companies drug screen at employment inception and when there's an accident.
It's unlawful search (and seizure of your body fluids), but hell, it's a free country... you can work for yourself.
You can acronym like a MFer.
life ain't, wasn't, and won't be.
A million is worth admittedly less these days, I get that, but I have the same feeling now.
If the customer is only loyal to price, she or he is only beholden to your retail outlet as long as you are the lowest. So to stay in business, that's what you'll always be...Shout Out to you Walmart.
If on the other hand, you use your marginally-profitable market share to expand product and service lines in a successful bid for brand loyalty, well you're officially crafty. Props to Amazon.
They're squeezing the entire book publishing industry, and asking authors and publishers what their problem is.
Look, we've done the math for you asshat. Why aren't you grateful?
A competent barrister would agree to 40% and accrue the remaining ten in interest from the client's draws prior to settlement.
From a humanitarian perspective, the quandary is "Do we want to allow the weakest among us to make decisions they are unqualified to properly weigh?"
I will leave the ethics to others, but ultimately, as future consumers of these tested pharmaceuticals, do we want to rely on results that are likely skewed because the test subjects were also taking heroin, methamphetamine, and cocaine?
Yawn like the Spiderman movies.
Midway through the final chapter of the Trilogy, when Theoden's rallying the troops on the hill and the sun is rising... man, I'm All In. I'll give this the benefit of the doubt.
Just accompanied my son to a credit union to begin to build his credit with a secured card... he wants a newer vehicle, has saved well, and was able to transfer the necessary security from his account with the financial institution for his pending secured credit line.
His loan officer told him his credit score would reflect more positively if he used only about 60% of his available credit line each month, and left 15 or 20 dollars per month in carryover balance, instead of paying off the entire balance each month.
Truth or bullshit?