CousinsCowgirl84

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    04/28/1984
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  1. The Gun Control Debate Thread - Say hello to my little thread

    Not enough deaths to count according to the media, but this could have been a lot worse... https://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/national-international/1-Dead-Several-Injured-in-Trenton-Art-Festival-Shooting-485766011.html
  2. The Gun Control Debate Thread - Say hello to my little thread

    @visionary legalization of weed on a saturday night.....
  3. oh. After he was charged? Thats brazen and foolish.
  4. Just out of curiosity, why did they decide today that manafort couldn’t get out on bail?
  5. The guy who serves my sandwich isn’t worth as much as the guy who saves my life. And that has nothing to do do with the government. Your argument seems a bit eroneous.
  6. This is interesting. Was totally going to call BS on you but it’s verifiable. However, just because this is a fact doesn’t make it good policy. http://wallstreetpit.com/5769-the-medical-cartel-why-are-md-salaries-so-high/
  7. @PeterMP None of those things are what this topic is about. I can’t really make out what you are saying about the doctors anyway? I feel like safety and convenience are two separate issues. The issue with safety is that the company wants to save money and while i’m sure most companies don’t want to purposely put their workers in danger, saftey is like the fourth or fifth important thing.. couple that with the fact that the employees might not know the risks involved in what they are doing, then yes, it is important to regulate saftey. An employee getting hired knowing his hours will fluctuate, ect is completely different, in my opinion.
  8. Florida....? oh yeah, Florida.

    why is is he under arrest? Criminal of the year right there.
  9. Why would it be gradual? Because it takes time to put in the effort to get the skills necessary to do work that compensates you better. I don't think anyone should be looking at the taco bell drive through as a career. I call that motivation. If you legislate a **** job into a cushy job no one feels uncomfortable. Maybe they should?
  10. @TheGreatBuzz his number includes apprentice level welders. @PeterMP I mean, anything is possible i guess? I know I would start WW3 if i couldn't get my taco bell for 99cent. But the shift away from service work would be gradual, as would be the response by the service industry.
  11. Oh. How do you reckon the supply industry would deal with a labor supply shortage? You can automate a lot (which is expensive in its own right) but not everything, and even then then you have to pay someone to take care of the robots, and you can't do it any of that in the short term.