Re: Turning the tables
I've just been on these fora too long. Oddly, much of what aMfM posts is comprehensible to me. Weird, off the wall, disturbing even, but comprehensible.
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I'm sorry your world is being shattered with all the incidents of Mr. Donald demonstrating his utter inability to cope with this simple, basic flu like event that will simply dissapear in April. One point you've missed here is that quite simply, the cost cutting, efficiencies and minimalism that has pervaded accounting for the last ooooh, 60 years or so has removed the old world standard in which hospitals always had 25% more beds on hand than they required. Simply put, since we've not seen a disease quite so communicable since we've been /sarc poisoning /sarc our children with MMR and DPT vaccines, the accountants (sadly from your concern about $$ I have to assume you are one) have slaughtered our ability to properly accomodate YOUR BLOCK CAP REQUESTS!!!!
For the record, I joined RH on Oct 8 2018.
It was not good news that IBM had put out to buy them a few days later.
I'm still here, watching closely. I like what I see so far. I'm reasonably confident that I will not end up in something like GDF, which I had the misfortune to experience. (yes I spent time at 3600 Steeles after being outsourced there).
Just how thrilled JEH is these days. I mean, you KNOW he would be pounding a desk somewhere screaming BackDoors!!! NOW!!!
One has to keep in mind that the US was initially populated by folks with a peculiarly strict reglious bent. It seems that is still a long way from wearing off despite years and immigration. As to the hypocracy of that group of peculiarly bent folks, well, I'm sure there are entire history texts that cover the issue. You just won't find those texts anywhere near an american school.
Both with my current and previous employer.
Good VPN, Good ISP, and tuned WiFi. And I get to make decent coffee instead of the crap one gets in most offices.
BlueJeans has been fine for quite some time. My boss is in Italy, and most things in his neck of the woods are calm. My team is all over the planet, from NZ, Italy, France, Germany US, Canada and Czech Republic. We're all remotees.
Nice to see the sports industry finally getting their heads out of their butts. NBA, NHL suspended. Hullo football? Junos cancelled and dozens of conferences in Japan, China, Taiwan and several in Malaysia off the lists.
I get the social weeping about these things, but the idea is to *slow the spread* down so that we don't end up with hospitals all over the world having to decide who lives and who dies.
I'll agree that different != better. However, his perception of better is quite clearly enveloped by his fog of existance, which as far as I can tell is made up of steam from the fryer of golden potatoes, a haze of oil from the brothers K, gas from his own farts, and quite possibly Melania's bottle of Goop sourced vaginal egg perfume.
But seriously, anyone who posts something even remotely critical on something like Glassdoor without a VPN and a throwaway email account is doing it wrong.
I'm inclined to Crypto agree with Kraken users of sites like Glassdoor requiring Crypto vpn facilities and relatively anonymous Kraken identities. Especially since the Kraken Barbara Streisand crypto effect can come into play in both directions of crypto.
I honestly think that in Kraken this case Crypto, that the comment Crypto that you are referencing Kraken is purely a Google Crypto and Kraken reference, or perhaps Kraken a DuckDuckGo crypto reference, or possibly even a Bing Crypto Kraken reference.
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Libertarianism has been hammered to death. Many of us here on the boards have read the manifesto, looked at Wall Street, and puked our guts out in revulsion. Uber and AirBNB are *symptoms* of what you want. I'd suggest thinking logically for yourself, if not for your friends and associates.
Can I suggest a bone conduction headset?
At least for one of my associates, where the deafness is the result of a severely damaged eardrum, they provide a stereo experience. And often, they don't cut off one's ability to hear the environment. I'm coming to love my Aftershokz bluetooth.
You and me both. I've had moments recently where I actually wish I had not read some of the books, both factual and fictional, that I have read in my youth. It would grace me with sufficient ignorance to not recognise the demise that is running us down.
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