Start slinging century and regal movie tickets to teenagers - buy in bulk and price halfway between wholesale and retail. Just don't make it too obvious and get the po po involved.
People from most countries outside the U.S. have higher vaccination rates
There can be no solution to the social security solvency crisis until spanish flu and scarlett fever experience a lazarus effect.
not eat meat.
How do you argue with brainwashed people?
Eat a 16oz rib eye with 200ml of 80 proof and a sinister smile.
Progressives that align exactly with my views are perhaps 5% of the
population, wider progressives maybe 20%. I'm not going to have my own party,
I've got to pick one to coalition with, and I'm sure as hell having no truck
with the GOP as it is currently constituted.
However, in europe many countries have more than 2 parties and it is precisely in that environment where we find that many "progressive" ideas/stances get passed. It makes sense - the more parties there are the harder the elites have to work to bribe the decision makers and the less likely they are to be successful.
From a certain country in europe:
Bracket Annual income Rate
up to €10,999
€11,000 – €25,000
€25,001 – €60,000
Would these rates be acceptable here if certain things such as healthcare, university education, etc were "free" (i.e included with your taxes). I have my doubts.
It could work in europe, in Austria you can buy a coffee for 3 euros and sit there as long as you like and read a paper and no one's gonna kick you out or bother you.
Their job is using the social network, the market just does not consider it to be a "marketable skill." But allegedly, there are opinion engineers that get paid to post on blogs and follow the orders of puppeteers so I guess they might make enough to rent a studio with 3 roommates (code violations TBD).
As long as they are able to pay $1500 a month for high rise HOA with concierge service and ocean view gym, there ain't nothing to worry about regarding the water level.
If only adolf were admitted into the art school by the vienna intellectuals, how many lives would be saved...
The only acceptable stability is a 25% annual increase for 10 years in a row to be followed by only a 10% increase in year 11 to come to an inevitable conclusion that things are improving and headed in a right direction.
Better than getting ripped one more time by a funeral home for stuff you absolutely don't need but your family will be convinced you and they do need to show proper respect and or fully honor the dear departed with a lasting memory
"Our entry level package starts at $100, for this rate, the corpse will be thrown on the side of el camino real."
Senior Greek Official threatens to flood Europe with a “wave of millions of economic migrants” including militants linked to the Islamic State group if the eurozone did not back down on austerity demands, Greek Defense Minister Panos Kammenos reportedly said on Monday.
Is he trying to get Merkel to annex greece like adolph did to austria in 1938?
I think Putin had Nemtsov whacked because Nemtsov means "german" in russian and it's soon going to be 70 years since russia beat the nazis in world war 2.
There's no greater insult, no greater way to malign someone more in a collectivist society than to label them as a traitor - that facilitates execution because being treasonous to the state is the greatest sin. But sometimes, the undesirables are given the benefit of the doubt and are merely sent to a mental institution - after all if they were sane, they would not utter iconoclast propaganda against powers that be.
Replacement rate is about 2.1 children. I can see someone having 3 to make up for the DINKs. But those procreating at 4+ level are definitely over-reproducing at more than their "fair share."
Last floor plan that I rented prior to owning is currently over 61% higher than my last year on the lease and went up over 12% per year on average since then. Renters are gonna end up in a checkmate where they will have no choice but to rent for life and that's assuming that they keep their jobs. If this keeps up, I can see young adults negotiating something with their parents so they keep living at home until they save up downpayment to buy and bypass the intermediary step of renting. Inflation sucks!
Amaral should be handed over to isis, their punishments have a bit of cryptic symbolism at times, I wonder what they would plan for him, perhaps skin and grill?
united states destabilized the region; however, the ultimate responsibility for existence of isis falls on isis, the islamic culture that creates prerequisite conditions that allows groups like isis to exist and the recruits/drones that find their ideology appealing. This problem can only be solved by going after the root cause which in my judgement is the madrassas religious schools that indoctrinate impressionable young kids with laundry room rigmarole tactics. The imams at these schools must be terminated like queen ants by liquid terro traps.
Facebook unleashed a surveillance state that stalin and saddam could only dream about.
Back in the 80s, americans were still largely shielded from foreign labor competition in many fields, thus "regular people" had a much easier time affording comfortable standard of living. Hence, the feeling and illusion of self sufficiency and containment existed.
Additionally 2 events occured in the last 15 years - 9/11 in 2001 and housing/economic bust in 2008. The former reflected the fact that oceans can no longer serve as a buffer even against enemies that are not even at a superpower level, let alone organized army. The latter illustrated the fact that even if someone plays by the rules and does the right thing, devastating financial results can still occur to them (and combined with the first issue of increased global labor competition) - which ties in with decreases satisfaction score.
housing there is 50% more expensive in real terms since the mid-1990s recession
There's also significant inflation relative to wages since then in healthcare, education and last but not least cable/satellite tv. Increases in prices is never a good thing and primarily benefit the owner class.
Soviet authorities would literally assign people to a specific apartment. Then, the bastards would track down the 18 year old who lived there for conscription into the army and send them off to afghanistan to further brezhnev's imperialism.
This debate has been settled - red giant is in motion. Death is certain.
I saw a video a few months ago on univision where a dude in salinas who appeared to be mentally ill was carrying shears - police "neutralized the target" after a couple of attempts to get him to "freeze." The cops were threatened by his repeated movements to the side and kept the public safe from this beast in the long run. Muchas gracias por todo....
Section 8 in the US
There's another program in some parts of united states callled "tax credit" where a developer would be approved to build an apartment complex but must designate a certain percentage (usually 20% or so) to low income residents. In those cases, a low income resident will pay even less than in section 8 housing and live in a much better quality dwelling relatively speaking. Although it might lead to some resentment among "market rate" payers when they are forking over $2600+ hundred for a "luxury apartment" while their neighbor pays in the $400-$900 range. However, this arrangement does produce less blight than pure section 8, rent control and especially full out government housing projects.