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[quote]What’s the issue?[/quote] Explain why a transfer should reach out to any player directly instead of a coach or admin?...
[quote]These are not hard criminals. Just loud and annoying crooks that don’t want to be disrespected. So pretty tame show.[/quote] One of them was in there for capital murder and others for armed robbery. The littlest one in there said he stabbed a kid at 8 years old and has "kept stabbing motha...
Her NIL deals were for her exposure in the college game. She will get significantly less exposure in the wbna. ...
He got benched after the UT game, threw for over 260 yards once last season, sacked 44 times, 43rd in total passing. He is the only player in the last 20 years to get sacked 4+ times in 5 consecutive games. He threw for a combined 308 yards against Michigan and UGA. He's not a good quarterb...
[quote]However, rule of thumb is when your wipers can't keep up with the rain when they are full speed hazards lights are recommended.[/quote] According to who?...
[quote]3. Sips[/quote] Y’all are so fricking weird. ...
[quote]12. Ole Miss[/quote] No fricking shot...
[quote]Still unsure why most here are so against laborers making more money for their work.[/quote] Im against anyone but me determining how much I pay my employees at my business....
[quote]If you cannot pay an employee enough to sustain a life[/quote] Again, this is completely arbitrary and subjective....
[quote]Then you are doing it wrong. You are leaving money on the table.[/quote] :lol: Thanks for the advice bud...
[quote]Expenses are not "passed on" to the consumer Actual Business Owner here- Yes they are. How about quoting the full quote with qualifiers instead of being dishonest?[/quote] Oh my bad [quote]Expenses are not "passed on" to the consumer 1:1. Prices are set to maximize profits.[/quote] ...
[quote] I think that if a business cannot survive while paying a human being enough to survive[/quote] Hey dawgfan, what exactly is that?...
[quote]Expenses are not "passed on" to the consumer[/quote] Actual Business Owner here- Yes they are....
[quote]Why shouldn't that cost, the cost of the employee surviving to work another day, be borne by the employer?[/quote] Because its completely arbitrary and not quantifiable. If Karen chooses to blow her money on accessories and vodka thats on her. ...
[quote] so we do not have people meeting their nut through crime of being on the dole. [/quote] Committing crimes is a choice. ...
[quote]The best case scenario is work...the other 2 cause all manner of ill shite. Given that the best case is work we should expect work to meet that basic cost of living, whatever it is, so we do not have people meeting their nut through crime of being on the dole. We have them on the dole now when...
[quote]Same article says In n Out barely increased prices, and others, including Cik-fil-a didn't. What is happening there? [/quote] You think those companies didn't make some changes that will be very noticeable at some point?...
[quote]So it costs a person $10K a year to produce however many widegts an employer expects, wants or needs.[/quote] You are aware that not every business or position is structured like this right? Ah who the frick am I kidding you probably wear velcro shoes...