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As any Fast and Furious aficianado would know, "Life Ain't A Game"
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1. Washington 2. Lincoln 3. F.D.R. 4. Polk 5. Jefferson
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James Polk is never given enough credit for his annexation of Texas and much of the Pacific Coast
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or you simply have a urinal and a toilet in gender neutral bathrooms....and you have custodial staff maybe clean the bathroom several times a day.
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Just went through a Presidential Search for our College this past year. Totally secretive. No public forums, no idea of the slate of potential candidates. Nothing.
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Marlon Brando as Johnny in "The Wild One" Mildred: Hey Johnny, what are you rebelling against? Johnny: Whadda you got?
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"Genesis" by Justice...more a closing pitcher coming out in the 9th to finish the game "Swastika Eyes"(Jagz Kooner Remix) by Primal Scream.
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Plus..its created by Mike Judge, of "Office Space," "Idiocracy," "King of the Hill," & Beavis & Butthead" fame.
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Would the same level of outrage occur if it was Peyton Manning or Aaron Rodgers, then a 3rd string WR?
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The efforting of Chris Douglas-Roberts
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1. The minimum wage increased from $1.00 to $1.25 in 1964, to $1.40 in 1967, and in 1968 to $1.60. Remained that amount from 1968-1972. In 1973, it was raised to $2.00 (a nice 25% increase. In 1974 it increased to $2.20, and in 1975 it went up to $2.30. (In that 11 year period, minimum wage increased 130%; we would have to increase the Federal Minimum wage to $16.68 over the next 11 years to match that growth). As a result, the minimum wage increase pushes other wages upward as well.
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This post looks vaguely familiar, Fareed Z!
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I believe David Windley is on the ballot for the 2013 SHRM Board of Directors
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I concur with Steve. Tremendous upside for the win.
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St. Elmo's Fire is definitely low on the performance and potential quadrant. Might argue that neither Pretty in Pink, nor 16 Candles belong to the list given the small number of Brat Packers in either. Instead, substitute "The Outsiders," which would be more toward the middle of potential/production grid. Stay Gold, Pony Boy....stay gold
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All I can think of is the discussion of superheroes by David Carradine in Kill Bill Vol. 2. While Batman is Bruce Wayne's alter ego, Clark Kent is Superman's. Check it out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PdWF7kd1tNo
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...and, just to continue this metaphor, it would be also interesting to see how much revenue was lost when the wife decided to stay home (Bush tax cuts) to raise the new baby (i.e., new war spending in Iraq and Afghanistan that was not paid for), while enrolling another kid in private school (Medicare Part D; again, not paid for).
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You also need to work in how at least $20,000 of the "credit card debt" is for "retirement," (i.e., $2 trillion of the debt is really social security obligations to retirees).
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The one thing missing is that members of the family could go out and get another job and add revenue instead of borrowing; but there seems to be considerable opposition to do so.
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The only problem with Joiner's example is on the revenue end. Members of the Jones could, for example, go out and get another job to raise their revenue, but we have significant obstruction to this solution at the Federal level.
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Will we start using our friends as commodities? Will friendships be damaged because he/she didn't deliver a "punch" in a timely fashion, if at all?
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Sounds like the exact prep Tim Roth had to make in Reservoir Dogs as Mr. Orange (aka "The Commode Story" (NSFW): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U9ObbvrQxAc
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Here's another item to add to the Duke haterade: http://espn.go.com/blog/collegebasketballnation/post/_/id/10526/nikes-duke-campaign-less-than-subtle
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