Those are at pornhub.
Those are at pornhub.
Can't be. Kids in the 80s didn't dress like that. And they certainly weren't as dumb as this.
I clicked on his name and saw the photo. He's still wet behind the ears...clearly qualified to be a
Was there an orange toupee with it?
Depends. I may turn around and talk with them (I have several bosses, and I'm a low level manager). They might see spreadsheets, documents, or email. Or they might see me surfing
All that said, it simply shouldn't matter, as long as I'm getting the job done, and not abusing the company's surfing policies, or claiming time that I didn't actually work.
As a midwestern transplant to the DC area, I was surprised how unfriendly people in the DC metro area are. Say hello to someone you don't know?...you'll get a look like you've got a third eye on your forehead. I've been here for 35 years, and can't wait to get the hell out when I retire.
You don't just ask people what class they fall in...you'll get inaccurate results. How many "rich" people volunteer in a group of 61?...or even 400.
There are regional and generational differences...the article didn't say if the experiment occurred in just one location or if they experimented in a variety. Or, did they consider the age of the participants.
Also, it's quite possible there's another explanation. There's plenty of prior work showing that more successful people are able to assess things more quickly than less successful. But no, let's jump to the SJW conclusion. Empathy has been shown to be a trait of successful people as well...
Even cheaper is an open office with unassigned seating at less capacity than the workforce total. Since not everyone is in every day, they figure they don't need one desk per one person. You just pack people in at the next available spot.
"Hoteling" has at least already gotten a bad reputation among many major companies that have tried it. I can name several that have experimented with, and given up on it.
The popularity of these among upper management is typically because of cost or control reasons. They're much cheaper than closed offices, and management can walk by to see exactly what you're doing. Typical penny wise & pound foolish mentality. The constant interruptions that occur end up costing them much more in the long run. And if this is how they think they need to see what people are doing, they fail at being managers. It's simple enough to give people tasks with milestones, and monitor their progress. I'm fortunate in that I'm able to work from home periodically. I get much more accomplished there because the only interruptions are from the phone or the doorbell. That said, I don't want to give up the face to face discussions that happen in the break room and hallways at work.
We have always told the drug companies that we would not pressure them and create a slippery slope where prices they negotiate with us for poor countries would inevitably lead to similar prices in rich countries.
[...] If we do try to do something in this area, we suggest that we approach the innovator companies that can currently sell products in the US with the idea of making donations to help clear the ADAP lists. For a variety of reasons, the companies will likely favor a donation approach rather than one that erodes prices across the board.
[...] I would guess that they would also likely favor a solution that involved their drugs rather than an approach that allowed generic drugs from India to flood the US market at low prices or one that set a precedent of waiving patent laws on drugs.
Trump wasn't talking about that in the video, and you clearly fail at understanding what the word evidence is.
The video is evidence of nothing more than boorish behavior. Something nearly every male I've ever met has been occasionally guilty of. There's nothing in that that's related to any of the women that are accusing him. So again, we're back to is there any actual evidence, or not. So far, you've got nothing.
We tried that once before, and it cost us our Baldwins.
Still, it could work out for them. Their handhelds have been their bread-and-butter for some time now. Why bother competing in the much more competitive home console market when you can dominate in the handheld market?
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