Showing posts with label Wall Street Journal. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Wall Street Journal. Show all posts

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

The Rise of the Two-Phone Employee

English: Chargepod is a 6-way charging device ...
English: Chargepod is a 6-way charging device that allows you to charge multiple cell phones, PDAs, headsets, and most other mobile electronics with a single power supply. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

At a time when work and home lives are more intertwined than ever, there's a slice of the population opting to maintain the divide by carrying two phones. Elizabeth Holmes reports on Lunch Break.   The Wall Street Journal.

Our Notes:  The rise of this is getting ridiculous.  We understand the issues for 2 phones, but this can cause some very serious problems as well as accidents.  One phone is bad enough, now 2 is becoming common?  Where does it end?
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Saturday, February 15, 2014

Billionaire: Rich Americans should get more votes

10c Billionaire
10c Billionaire (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Paul Begala and Reihan Salam discuss Billionaire Tom Perkins remarks that America's rich should get more votes.

Our Notes:  What?  He is really saying this?  The rich already get a lot more votes than the little guy.  It's called lobbying!  Ya think?  It's giving special interests to special interests.  Violations to the US Constitution.  This is just a bad argument.  Well done by CNN however which is a real shocker.  Give Paul Begala a bone and tell him to go somewhere else.  Stupid has no limitations.  But hey, it got him in the news.
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Friday, February 7, 2014

More Men In Prime Working Ages Don't Have Jobs

From the folks over at the Wall Street Journal This Morning.  More men in prime working ages do not have jobs.  Wait.  Aren't we being told that the economy is going along just fine and that everything is just hunky dorey?  Didn't CNN just tell us that Obamacare is not causing the loss of jobs?

  Wait, jobs having been shifted overseas is part of the problem we are being told?  Wait, they failed to mention all the illegal immigrants that American citizens have to fight against to try and get a very lousy job?  Wait.  The costs of everything have gone so sky high that even looking for a job is now a major expense when you have no money coming in?  Wait, these folks say that the experts, (whomever they are) do not have any answers?  Why are they called experts then?

  Maybe, just maybe, we should outsource all of our politicians, corporations and banks to other countries and while they are not looking, reinstall a constitutional government back?  Nah, that would just make sense.

If you really want a job, outsource yourself to China.
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Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Wall Street Journal This Morning Jan. 14, 2014

Emiri Miyasaka
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Half hour segment from yesterday morning's radio broadcast.  If you missed it then, you get to check it out now.  Don't have time to play it?  Download a copy and play it on the fly when you have time.  News on the Fly.  The Wall Street Journal This Morning.
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Criminal Charges Not Expected in IRS Probe