Now you know how Mexico figures its odds and why, in part, we have the problem.
On Sat, 19 Aug 2006 13:19:37 -0400 in alt.folklore.computers, krw warning: my impressions, maybe biased viewpoint One of the PM's first moves was...
Our Representative is Bernie Sanders (now running for Jumpin' Jimmy Jefford's Senate seat), and our other Senator is Pat Leahy. THough our current governor is pretty good, though a NE liberal Republican, our former governor was Howie Dean. You don't get to much further left or loonie than the crowd in VT.
snip Maybe it depends on what you mean by "how to deal with computers". I agree that it's unlikely that any student today would get to college without...
Not sure. Somewhere in the middle of the country. We've been looking in Kentucky. I may look for another job or perhaps try contracting. I'm too young (54 next month) to retire 100%.
Construction companies and farms can be rather large. The executives are responsible for those under them. A $1000-day fine for hiring an illegal nanny would be a start too.
Financial controls put on corporations (their executives, really) making them certify that there are appropriate controls and the books aren't cooked under penalty of *personal* prosecution, even if they know nothing of the fraud. Executives are positively terrified of this one. Fear works.
"Anchor Babies"? They're given citizenship simply because they were born here, even though their parents are not citizens and are here illegally. It's a stupid interpretation of the Consbreastution that should be fixed immediately, but won't.
I say so. ;-)
Right. Which as far as I can tell has nothing to do with how many males and females...
I was referring to Sarbanes-Oxley, above.
That was sort of my view of what's going on up-der, but it seems Brian believes things have changed recently. I'd like to hear about it.
Not making money. Money owed. National Debt Consolidation (who gets it). Cash flow (Quebec doesn't). Intertwined economies. That sort of thing.