Hope they figure things out!
I dunno about that, but I can bulls-eye womp rats from my T-16.
I can’t tell you about USPS, but I can say that Canada Post makes a profit.
Trickle up economics!
Seriously though, this has been proven in so many countries. Give money to those who spend it. Simple as that. And unlike the rich, they pay their taxes here.
oh god, I hope not.
Dang it! Now I can no longer wear my “Punisher” shirts.
... not that I had any.
Norwegians =/= Swedes.
er... Labour standards is control of humans. Support of unions is protected. Minimum income programs coming into effect soon in Ontario. I could go on. I think there is more going on there than you realize.
The market in Canada may be free, but its only 1 part of the canadian ecosystem. The entire health/welfare system (that uses both private and public sources to provide services) runs off of socialistic policies. Socialism is more than just industry/economic control. More of it is the management of the main resource… Read more
Fair enough. People are naive that way. Just like in politics both sides say they have the solution, when what typically guides a country is a mix of solutions from both sides of the table.
It’s kind of stating the obvious. Of course, the socialism that succeeds would be one blended in capitalistic policy and behaviours. Given how diverse humanity is, with each individual and groups of individuals having different goals, opinions, habits, values, etc... We already know that True Capitalism, True… Read more
Except most socialistic governments seem to actually become more capitalistic. On this list: Canada, Germany, France, Australia (really, most of the Commonwealth), Iceland, Ireland, Italy, and so forth.
It’s worth noting, if the government calls itself “socialist” it probably isn’t. Often works with the word… Read more
I get these all the time for the camera gear I sell. My goal is to get them so frustrated with me that they tell me to fuck off, instead of vise versa.
But what kills me is that their overall presentation would probably be super effective if they were just better at communicating (improved grammar and… Read more
Bigger companies aren’t nearly as interested in disruption or new technologies as one would think. They are more interested in maintaining or growing the bottom line. Often big companies buy out smaller companies that have already done the R&D and have shown the device to be feasible. Obviously, Big companies still… Read more
I dunno. While I agree the average new “first world” american car could be out of reach, I do think having a car developed before 1992 to still be in production “because cheap” is just laziness. Looking at that accident, if Nissan made a Versa without all the safety stuff, it would still have that modern cage/frame… Read more
Exactly this. And with the help of the goog, I have drummed up the reporting article to help with the details. Weird how this wasn’t even linked in the Automotive News article. http://www.latinncap.com/en/media-area/new/85810a772a05fe/more-than-440000-deaths-and-serious-injuries-could-be-prevented-and-up-to-$143-bill… Read more