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Bite the bullet Americans, you want police, get a gun, you want education for your kids? pay some one?

Bite the bullet Americans, you want police, get a gun, you want education for your kids? pay some one? Topic: Research article on job analysis
June 26, 2019 / By Rich
Question: You want a library, why not buy the books, are we just getting too selfish , why should we just not let everyone fend for themselves?
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Menahem Menahem | 9 days ago
Quality education isn't cheap. That's the bottom line. We collectively need to wake up and realize that the national discussion on education is being driven by large businesses who prefer importing cheap highly qualified workers or simply shipping research & development and manufacturing to lower cost overseas locations. We all need to sacrifice so that the best and most qualified people become teachers and stay working as teachers. The reason we send our children to private schools is to get away from the bad teachers and the bad students. That's crazy! The truly criminal elements in schools need to be weeded out and sent to reform schools. The bad teachers need to be weeded out and replaced with good teachers. Poor students who can't afford a decent meal should get a couple of square meals a day in school. All this stuff costs money and we all need to sacrifice our SUVs and trips to Disneyworld make sure all our kids are properly educated. See: H1-B Workers and Gains From Trade The NYT reports on the battle of the status of the H1-B program that allows highly skilled foreign workers in the United States for a period of time. The article describes the debate as being between opponents of the visas, who argue that it lowers the wages in the most affected occupations and the supporters who claim that they cannot find enough skilled workers in the United States. It would have been helpful to include some economic analysis. By increasing the supply of highly skilled workers, the H1-B program undoubtedly reduces the wages for the most affected occupations. According to standard trade theory, this is precisely the point of the program. Allowing firms to get lower paid workers will reduce their cost and increase the economy's potential output. It is the same argument that is used for the gains from getting cheap textiles or steel from foreign producers. The argument from high-tech employers, that they simply can't get enough high tech workers in the United States is ridiculous on its face. If these jobs paid millions of dollars per year (like jobs at Wall Street investment banks), then highly skilled workers would leave other occupations and develop the skills necessary to work in high tech occupations. Obviously, Bill Gates and the other high tech employers cited in this article want to be able to employ high tech workers at lower wages. The issue is wages, not a shortage. Posted by Dean Baker on April 1, 2008 5:33 AM
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Menahem Originally Answered: So.a pebble can travel 3 times as a bullet. Which is 3000ft/sec=case bullet is 1000ft/sec?
Sorry, but I don't know how often orbital stations have to fix punctures. Hardly ever is my guess. The chances of a pebble-sized meteor hitting a station are pretty small, although micropunctures (and radiation for that matter) are the biggest danger. These small particles are much smaller than a pebble. These are practically grains of sand. And they move much faster than 3Kft/sec. More like 7 miles/sec or 14 miles/sec., depending on at what angle they hit the space station or satellite. At that velocity, they pack quite a punch. When you see a meteorite (a falling star), that bright one-second blaze across the sky is usually the size of a grain of sand. Some are bigger, of course, and some even manage to hit the ground.

Jonah Jonah
I pay over $17,000 PER YEAR to send my 2 kids to Catholic schools. AS SUCH... the fact that they are NOT in public school EVEN THOUGH I am STILL paying TAXES.... means that there is MORE money for your kids. Oddly... no matter how much more we "fund education".... America's public school kids test-in at a SHAMEFUL 14th place. But I agree.... TAKE RESPONSIBILITY for yourselves and your children. I don't NEED and I don't WANT the Government "helping" me do anything execpt running the military and delivering my mail.
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Haig Haig
Yes, let's go back to the way things were 500 years ago! Times were so much better during the dark ages.
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Easter Easter
If we did that prosperity might break out everywhere. The progressive fascists would never allow that, their need to control and lust for personal power is far too great.
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Easter Originally Answered: Is My Love A Nut Case and Did I Dodge A Bullet By Losing Her?
Over two years and you have not let her go? Sounds obsessive/stalker-ish. To make things worse, the way you talk about her virginity... Are you aware you are still obsessing about her sex life? Let it go. Do you really want to get into a "I heard" or thought you heard about what "she said" or "may not have said" about something as personal as their sex life? Girls always tell folks they are virgins because it is part of the double standard when it comes to sex. And speaking of her sex life, it by the way is really none of your business anyways. Losing arguments all the way around. Even is she is a so-called nut job, she sounds vastly smarter than you. Let it go. The fact you would even consider calling her a "Nut Case" shows extreme disrespect and gross immaturity towards her. Makes me wonder if you are even mature enough to have a girlfriend? Now perhaps consider this: when it comes to advice, people do not want advice unless they ask for it. Even then, you really have only about a 50% chance they really want it. Further, look at the fact that you, Mr. Obsessive Know-It-all have not yet figured out that free advice is worth exactly what she paid for it. Are you aware that message on your Yahoo ID makes you come across as desperate? Nope. I think she knew exactly what she was doing when she dumped you. She has enough of her own problems without taking on yours. She dodged the bullet... a big fat one too! Good luck.

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