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Posted in: More companies in U.S. offer on-site child care, but is it a long-term fix? See in context

It's no fix at all. What about the millions of people who do not work for those companies?

This is a drop in the bucket.

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Posted in: We want to distribute the money to the generation that is struggling and promote this in our recruitment activities. See in context

Have my upvote SDCA for telling the truth.

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Posted in: Michael Cohen says he stole from Trump's company as defense presses key hush money trial witness See in context

We already knew he was a crook.

From 2018:

...the guilty plea of MICHAEL COHEN to charges of tax evasion, making false statements to a federally-insured bank, and campaign finance violations. The plea was entered followed the filing of an eight-count criminal information, which alleged that COHEN concealed more than $4 million in personal income from the IRS, made false statements to a federally-insured financial institution in connection with a $500,000 home equity loan, and, in 2016, caused $280,000 in payments to be made to silence two women who otherwise planned to speak publicly about their alleged affairs with a presidential candidate, thereby intending to influence the 2016 presidential election.

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Posted in: Microsoft unveils 'AI-ready' PCs See in context

Clippy AI indeed GBR48.

I'll pass.

As for the rest of your post, spot on.

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Posted in: Trump, allies are laying groundwork to contest potential election loss See in context

Again? How did that work out the last time?

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Posted in: On the ball See in context

A dumb fad, along with standing desks, that need to go away.

A proper chair, adjusted correctly is much better for your health. For desk workers, walking at least a couple of miles/kilometers each day can offset sedentary effects of sitting all day. Stairs are even better. Both is best.

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Posted in: U.S. is one of the least trade-oriented countries in the world See in context

Yet U.S. trade totals $7 TRILLION annually, second only to China.

The GDP ratio is meaningless.

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Posted in: Trump sets out stark vision for authoritarian second term in Time interview See in context

And there it is for all to see.

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Posted in: McDonald's plans to step up deals, marketing to combat slower fast food traffic See in context

They have priced themselves out of the target market.

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Posted in: The TikTok law kicks off a new showdown between Beijing and Washington See in context

“TikTok has all the experience, they have all the data,” Burke said. “I think it’s unlikely that a U.S. business — if they don’t inherit the technology from the parent company — would be able to build something equivalent. Certainly not right away.”

TikTok has nothing special. There is no magical technology at work here.

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Posted in: U.S. Steel shareholders approve takeover by Nippon Steel opposed by Biden administration See in context

Hopefully Nippon Steel will invest in upgrading in bring modern manufacturing techniques to the company.

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Posted in: 89-year-old Japanese man rides bike 600 kilometers to visit his 61-year-old son See in context

Great story.

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Posted in: Japan astronaut Wakata joins U.S. space station developer Axiom See in context

Very cool.

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Posted in: Will China flood globe with EVs, green tech? See in context

Will? They already are.

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Posted in: Competitive workplaces don’t work for gender equality See in context

I am reminded of an old saying: "Competition may be the law of the jungle, but cooperation is the law of civilization."

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Posted in: China's green-tech manufacturing powerhouse See in context

Every time I see the words "excess manufacturing capacity" I actually hear "we do not want to lower prices to customers."

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Posted in: Candidate for mayor of violent city in Mexico killed as she began campaigning See in context

It would seem candidates need to pay for much better security.

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Posted in: Rakuten to reorganize financial units amid mounting mobile losses See in context

Almost every single business that has strayed from its core business has eventually foundered.

Some recover, some do not.

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Posted in: Maintenance staff shortage could clip aviation industry's wings See in context

Like all labor markets these days, it does not pay commensurate to skill and duties required.

There is never a labor shortage, only a pay shortage.

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Posted in: Not having job flexibility or security can leave workers feeling depressed, anxious and hopeless See in context

Filed under: so what else is new?

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Posted in: Bridges can be protected from ship collisions – an expert explains how See in context

Why the Baltimore bridge had no fenders is the real question.

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Posted in: What do you think are some of the biggest mistakes single men or women make on their first date which usually torpedo any chance of a relationship? See in context

If all above fails, be yourself, blame your parents.

This absolutely works. Not even joking.

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Posted in: Senior doctors in South Korea to submit resignations, deepening dispute over medical school plan See in context

There is a shortage of doctors and nurses all over the world. There are many reasons for this.

But everyone is caught between a rock and hard places. The doctors, the nurses, the governments and most important, the average person.

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Posted in: Study offers insight on how hot weather impairs the immune system See in context

How is this complicated? It's been known for a long, long time that high heat is dangerous to human life and why it is.

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Posted in: Is the National Guard a solution to school violence in U.S.? See in context

No it is not.

This is insanity.

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Posted in: What is gambling addiction and how widespread is it in U.S.? See in context

How widespread in the U.S.?

Everywhere. Every. Where. And has been since forever.

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Posted in: Derelict hotels See in context

I've seen an urban explorer video of this location.

So sad to see what was obviously a once thriving, exciting and fun place in a beautiful location, fall to ruin.

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