billieholidayv6
BillieHolidayv6
billieholidayv6
Jun 12 2018
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Well, of course (except for massive tax deductions against income). No one that I have seen is suggesting it makes objective fiscal sense to house the homeless rather than get out of paying taxes. But yes, he should, and so should every other person with 8 or more digits in their gross (not net) worth. That kind of Read more

Jun 12 2018
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Fabric is key. I never wore flip-flops as a kid/teen, because they were always rubber and I got a blister after 20 minutes (humid environment didn’t help). But I absolutely have to have a wedge on them. I’m short and feel downright squat in flat-flats.

Jun 12 2018
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I used to feel the same way.  I’m been working from home the last couple of years, though, and now when I wear my lovely spiky shoes and boots, I’m dying in a couple of hours.  I’ve lost all the calluses on the balls of my feet!

Jun 12 2018
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Generally, no, not the case anymore. I’m sure there are some, but I wore pantsuits (and skirtsuits, and dresses with a jacket) back in the late 1990s doing high-end finance work in NYC. Since then, I have worked in more and less formal environments (a Fortune 25, a large financial institution,  a conservative law Read more

May 9 2018
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Definitely not a denial. And hus syntax/content is sounding more and more Trump-like. He doesn’t sound good.

May 8 2018
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Well, the corporate structure protects the owners/shareholders, whether natural persons or some corporate/company form. The whole reason for the corporate structure is to limit liability of owners. And I hope I don’t sound either patronizing or as though I’m defending it, but that limitation on liability is literally Read more

May 8 2018
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Well, that’s simply how corporations are structured - they are specifically designed to limit liability to the company itself (barring some specific and fairly extraordinary circumstances) and insulate owners. If a lender lends to a company, not its owners, then the company is responsible for that debt. It’s rare you Read more

May 8 2018
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No: that company is gone. And that was a long time ago. Anything new to add?

May 8 2018
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So how did you become rewarded and respected in work as a copy editor? I ask because I only ever hear that it’s terrible/dying/undercompensated/etc., but I’d love to hear something different.