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  1. I don't think you can call it russian roulette if the gun is fully loaded! haha!
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  2. My beef is not with the wage, it is this "permanent part time" BS. THAT, should be illegal, or at least limited by law to less than 25% of the workforce. Working 31 hrs a week leaves no time to fit in another job of any substance-one that is surely needed at that rate of pay- into one's life. At 10 hr shifts, that is 3 days of work. Sure, there are technically sufficient hours available in a week to fit in another 10-31 more hours, but then you have a de-facto full time worker in the economy who benefits from none of the, I suppose perks is the word, of real full time employment. So we have le
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  3. Hi All. The writer of this article has suggested a "magic bullet" solution to a very ancient problem: how to prevent volumes of flammable liquid from igniting after a catastrophic event. To be blunt, I can't agree with his way of thinking. I do not know the context of the question leading to Mr. Yearwood's alleged comment. Sources of ignition after such an event are abundant. The best way to prevent a post-impact fire? Remove the fuel before the event occurs. In this event though, I really don't think the pilots had any inkling they were about to crash. For whatever reason, they lost the pictu
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