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Food stamp benefits going down before theholidays
Fri Oct 18, 2013
In reply to: citizen-xx #537.2 There's too many holes in your latest ancedotal story about how too many people get entitlements. The first, most glaring hole is the $13.75 per hour for an office assistant. Unless it's a state or municipal city job of that title, most pay maybe at best $9 …
Weddingcompanies that shun gays feel impact, for better or worse
Mon Oct 14, 2013
In reply to: Anilof #1 So using your logic, if I ran a business I can pick and choose what demographics I want to sell to? I would boycott any business that won't serve a client based on the sexual orientation. I'm not going to patronage a business whose owner is an intolerant bigot.&nbs …
'No one should have to work for free': Is this the end of the unpaid internship?
Mon Sep 2, 2013
The situation that is being described is more accurately a practicum, where a student gets course credit for working for a hospital, student teaching, or a workplace in their major or master's program. It's a job that varies in hours per week and they are graded on their work.
Anxious types need more personal space
Wed Aug 28, 2013
I have mild anxiety, especially when in tight spaces with no room to breathe or move around. My evening commute on the bus is one particularly anxiety inducing situation because most of the time the bus is overcrowded and there is little awareness that a second bus needs to be scheduled for th …
NBC News/WSJ poll: Affirmative action support at historic low
Tue Jun 11, 2013
I think it's interesting that the gender of the retired teacher in Rhode Island quoted in this article isn't specified. More than like, that person is a woman who probably got into a state university or private school in the late 60s on affirmative action.
Innocence lost: Class of 2013 comes of age in a weak economy
Wed May 15, 2013
That seems to be the norm for most people looking for a professional job now. I'm consider myself luckier than most having had four in person interviews in the past six months, and about 10 phone interviews out of about 25 applications. Most of the time if you make it past the phone inte …
The third JC Penney makeover: Ousting CEO Ron Johnson
Mon Apr 8, 2013
Penney's had to diversify their customer base in order to survive. A retail store can't survive in most markets if their primary customers are over the age of 60. There's a Penney's at the mall I work at and none of the new brands have made it into the store in the women's or home areas. …
Pharmacists react to 'morning-after pill' ruling
Fri Apr 5, 2013
I don't really understand why pharmacists can chose to dispense medication depending on whether it offends them and their religious beliefs. They should do their job and fill whatever prescription the customer brings to them, whether it is birth control, tamiflu, viagara, or antidepressants.
Postal Service bids farewell to mail delivery on Saturdays
Wed Feb 6, 2013
USPS's primary problem IMO is the varying degrees of customer service that you receive. I certainly know that keeping the rural post office in my town in southwest Michigan wasn't cost effective, but I got fantastic service from those postal service employees.
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