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    Quote Originally Posted by Draugr
    L.A. is lost let the smog engulf it for the rest of time, and the memory of what it once was haunt our dreams.
    I am with you, except if they do this in LA, they will do it elsewhere. A corporation, developing this type of system, if it works, logically they will try to implement it everywhere it will make them more money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Todesritter
    I’d be eating less hamburgers then, but happy with the results of the $20 spent on the hamburger..
    In fairness, that is one thing I noticed about Norway, everything cost the earth but at least it was all top quality, wheather it was a burger or a t-shirt or cup of coffee there was no shoddy merchandise, that I saw.

    Besides, looking at peoples' guts here in America, they are poisoning themselves with the $1 hamburgers.
    You wouldn't have to worry about those thats for sure!

    They have also announced on the news today that places like Los Angeles, where so much of the working-class is now foreign, and therefore both super-cheap and incapable of understandable English for making orders, McDonalds will ‘out source’ the ordering system to people who can speak English, and send the orders via telecommunications tech back to the workers in the kitchens of McDonalds.
    I think I feel an attack of future-Shock comming on.

    This is not how I would like to see my money spent, I will vote, and I will vote also with my dollars.
    That being your only real vote...

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Horned God
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    I think I feel an attack of future-Shock comming on.
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    Here is the link, just so you know it is not science fiction/horror. :speechles

    McDonald's outsourcing drive-thrus?

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    Draugr
    EXSECRABILIS IMPERATOR


    regarding:
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    family wage
    (i.e. a salary that one person could suport his family on)
    "

    gloria steinem and her fellow travelers
    may have been college-educated,

    but they were disastrously ignorant.

    if one has enough of some thing
    and suddenly you have twice as much
    (without any extra effort on your part),
    it is now worth only half
    of it's previous value.

    when feminists became "liberated",
    half of the adult population joined the work-force.

    at that point,
    the value of labor was halved.

    good planning, gertrude.
    now, we both have to work
    to earn the same purchasing-power.

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    the low white birth-rate is not a strictly economic issue.
    if it were,
    there would be a lot more birth-control practiced
    both preventively and after the fact.

    some of the problem is biological.

    recently, at the university of california at san diego,
    douglas c. wallace was the guest-speaker
    from the university of california at irvine.

    he hails from the center for molecular
    and mitochondrial medicine and genetics at uci.

    as he was discussing
    "the latitudinal cline of mitochondrial dna distribution",
    he mentioned that mitochondria are racially specialized:
    they can keep your cells warm or make them fast,
    you are genetically predisposed to one or the other.

    one practical result, that he mentioned,
    was races from warm latitudes
    do not need to generate body-heat.
    so their cells are faster
    than races from cold latitudes.

    all of their cells.
    he specifically mentioned sperm-cells.

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    Baby Boom As Swedes Go Forth and Procreate

    Baby boom as Swedes go forth and procreate

    The number of children born in Sweden in the first half of 2010 climbed by almost seven percent from the corresponding period of 2009, to 58,174, new figures show.

    At the same time, the number of deaths declined by 3 percent, to 46,486 people, according to a new report from Infotorg.

    "Our previous figures from 2009 indicated that a baby boom was looming," said Patrik Attemark, InfoTorg CEO in a statement on Thursday.

    The report indicates that immigration is 70 percent higher than emigration, despite a 35 percent hike in the number of those leaving Sweden in comparison with 2009.

    While Swedish procreation is ensuring an increased at the younger end of the population, longer life spans and a higher average age of new arrivals to Sweden, the average age of the population increased somewhat over the period.

    "Sweden will continue to see pregnant bellies and baby carriages in increasing amounts in the streets. At the same time, we note a reduced number of deaths, a trend that indicates a prosperous population living longer," Attemark said.

    The Infotorg report is based on figures from the Swedish Population Address Register (SPAR), which are based on an average daily change over a given month multiplied by the number of days in the month.


    http://www.thelocal.se/27554/20100701/


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