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5 Responses to Happy New Year!

  1. The right side says:

    Nothing stopping you from opening your own business and paying $19.99 for unskilled workers.

    • Charles Kuehn says:

      Unskilled workers potentially become skilled workers with experience. Paying a living wage up front induces those with any measure of intrinsic value to stay of their own volition, thus becoming skilled workers, thus reducing the not-so-incidental problem in today’s minimum wage economy of turnover. It’s called making an investment. You get what you pay for. Your boilerplate reminds me one of my favorite definitions of a conservative: One who knows the price of everything and the value of nothing.

      Let the trolling begin.

    • nonquixote says:

      As the US Small Business Administration has been loaning a majority of the money available to start-ups for over a decade now, to groups affiliated with large corporations, acting more or less a front groups, starting a business is not that easy these days regardless of which bank you might be making inquiries of for that purpose.

      Obviously you haven’t run a business yourself as even at a $19.99 min wage, I would be smart enough, after advertising and interviewing potential employees to select someone with the appropriate skills that I might need for any particular job.

      Barely a half a day into the New Year and you couldn’t wait to exhibit some unadulterated stupid. Best of luck in the new year, looks like intellect is already in very short supply and luck might not even be enough.

  2. nonquixote says:

    As the US Small Business Administration has been loaning a majority of the money available to start-ups for over a decade, to groups affiliated with large corporations, acting more or less a front groups, starting a business is not that easy these days, regardless of which bank you might be making inquiries off for that purpose.

    Obviously you haven’t run a business yourself as even at a $19.99 min wage, I would be smart enough, after advertising and interviewing potential employees to select someone with the most skills that I might need for any particular job.

    Barely a half a day into the New Year and you couldn’t wait to exhibit some unadulterated stupid. Best of luck in the new year, looks like intellect might already be in very short supply and luck might not even be enough.

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