Alice Virginia Anderson April 22, 2014 at 10:04 am
David is absolutely right on the money. Lennie is a true gem in every sense of the word. This is aRead More lovely and unique analogy. I doubt I'll look at paperclips again without thinking of her.
John Simpson April 23, 2014 at 09:45 am
Same here. A paper clip is now more to me than it used to be when I see one and think of those IRead More love.
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John Arbeeny April 20, 2014 at 12:59 pm
Government of, by and for the government. Institutionalized racism or discrimination results from aRead More societal structure which inherently causes these failures despite the best on intentions. Substance follows form although it should be the other way round. What we have is government institutionalization of wage creep which creates a situation where wages chase the "average" and in doing so raise the average by design. It is not enough to "tinker" with the form of calculating public employee wages: it needs to be scraped as the "form" if you really want to get significant change to the "substance". That means tying public wages to the house hold income of the community they ostensibly serve. They are after all "public servants" and last time I looked servants got paid less than their masters.....the public.
Dennis Bauer April 15, 2014 at 02:43 pm
Good one, David. Good food for thought. Do I have to wait for "Food for Thought Day" toRead More give it some thought? Nah... there isn't one. So I'll think about this today. Honest!