Because american workers don't have unlimited rights to immigrate to india.
Because the cost of living here is much higher. A person will starve to death on the same salary that would be excellent in india.
Now, IF capitalism were allowed to work and we could buy products from india at the prices indian consumers pay- that would help a lot. But we have artificial laws preventing that.
Flatly ILLEGAL web sites offer the same drugs for sale from india at under 1/4th the cost the same drugs are sold in the U.S.
Microsoft charges U.S. citizens over $1,000 for the same products they give away free to indians.
It's a short term problem. It's going to resolve itself and indians are going to experience tremendous inflation while u.s. workers stagnate until automation wipes them both out.
And then it will be very stark. Some people will have money and the majority of everyone else in the world will have no way to trade their labor for money
We had enough people out of work who were desperate enough that they voted a demagogue into power.
Add just a few million more people to the unemployment line with no hope of a job and you can permanently kiss the country goodbye.
At the very least, very high quality cam recordings would come out of this.
I have no idea why people want to buy brown diamonds. I'm not sure they do want to buy them at all or if it is just a massive ad campaign to try and create demand. No woman I've asked likes the way brown diamonds look- even if you call them "chocolate".
Cultures differ. I find the European mindset of desiring the state to provide for their needs to be immature. Maturity, in my opinion, requires a realization that no one has a right to another person's labor....no matter how much they claim to "need" it.
I get that: and I look down on people at the outer suburban shopping centre who are mooching off my labour.
But. we already have plenty of overproduction of the basics of life, with tons of automation coming that will displace lower skilled jobs. So were are heading for a more socialist society whether we like it or not, and the USA is behind the 8ball on this paradigm shift.
It has always surprised me how little protection a US worker gets. Like your health care system; it sucks compared to the rest of the modern world (unless you are rich)
There seems to be this culture in the US of : There is nothing stopping you from becoming rich and powerful; and if you don't work hard enough, then you don't deserve anything.
Its like a society that got stuck at the selfish adolescent stage if independence, rather than moving to the mature state of interdependence. (ie like the EU, Canada, Australia, NZ), where society realises it need to provide basic health and employment protection services for those that aren't as smart, healthy or motivated as others.
What does "I myself" add which just saying "I" lacks?
I spend a little money on apps but I think the point with Android is you don't have to. I don't know what Apple owners are spending money on but I think it's great you can get a reasonably cheap Android device and can go months/years without having to buy an app; it means the OS and free apps/games are doing the job. Why spend money on stuff you don't need when you can save it for something you can justify? And in case you were wondering, Android is still miles ahead of Apple in terms of market share, so it's not as if people are going to suddenly stop developing for Android (it's always been this way).
She explicitly said they had the option to get a "male" jacket. I don't know off the top of my head what makes a leather jacket feminine vs. masculine
More chest room would be my guess.
That's the thing that annoyed me most about Birtherism.
It was an argument about something that didn't make any difference.
It didn't matter where Obama was born. If he was born in Hawaii, Nairobi or on the moon; his mother was a citizen so he was a citizen at birth.
If you have a procedure with 10 parameters, you probably missed some.