Well said. "Yertle the Turtle". Dr. Seuss's take on Mussolini, but for kids!
Well... It almost is...
Or, the politician needs to give a good reason why their views have changed other than "Because I am more likely to be elected".
I know that makes them sound bad, but isn't part of an elected official's duty to act based on the opinions of their constituents (i.e., promise them what they want to get elected)?
Of course, that would only be valid if they didn't go immediately back to their original stance once in office...
Is that like a vacation that you take twice?
The Ninja Security Agency?
A distribution center isn't a business? Or are they distributing without charge or paid employees from public lands?
Amazon Internet Usage Fee.
The law says "Brick and mortar presence". It may not say "Amazon" on the front, and I'm a self-confessed Amazon fan-boy, but if you set up a 100% owned brick-and-mortar subsidiary in the state, then yeah, you owe them taxes or you need to set up in a state in which you won't. Figure out whether you come out ahead making 0% taxed sales from Texas or shipping from somewhere else.
Revenue from ads on the page he was advertising is kind of a mixed bag. Charging for private phone consultations I would say certainly qualifies.
Only if you charge for it. How do I get that job?
So handing out business cards is the definition of a business transaction?
No, but handing out cards advertising services that you offer in return for compensation sure makes it look like one.
Somehow "Argh! G'day!" just doesn't have much of a ring to it...
That's correct. I took my GRE back in '99 or so. The reading comprehension didn't seem too tough (but I only hit a 540 if I remember correctly so I guess it was harder than I comprehended.) The other two sections were getting fairly difficult because I hit perfect 800's.
But, while adjusting an exam while you're taking it to better gauge where you stand seems useful, using something like this as an every day teaching tool is radically different and, to me, seems counter-productive.
At my college the math & physics departments were basically at war over teaching methods and decided to swap who was teaching a couple of classes. Trying to take Differential Equations from a physics professor was a complete nightmare. Not only do you need to have compatibility between students and teachers, you need a good match between teachers and their subjects. It's like saying that a good manager can manage any department whether he understands what his employees do or not.
In the end there can be only one.
Chemist who falls in acid will be tripping for weeks.