What Money? I know what money was but since gasoline doubled in price and the economy tanked who has any extra money to invest or spend? The interest that will now be owed on dividends after Jan 1st it is no longer feasible to invest in the economy or stocks. People will hold on to what little money they might have left so tightly the economy will not be able to recover. That will mean more job losses.
As commenter phubert writes:mmm. But Dell WILL be selling (and IS selling) MANY more systems with Vista than with Linux. Better not to mention Vista unless you’re Apple!That sounds like a PR nightmare. In fewer than two months, the world will gather in Rio de Janeiro for the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development. The first Earth Summit in1992 gave us important legally binding conventions, the far reaching Agenda21 blueprint, and the conceptual breakthrough of sustainable development. Rio+20 offers us a timely chance for a similar change in course for a much needed paradigm shift and a recommitment to implementation..
I found out a few months after this incident that he did in fact like me before because (he had been having a lot of personal issues lately) he came up to me and told me “well I been on a downward spiral ever since you rejected me”. I was like wtf. I didn even know, and second of all, man the fuck up..
We are definitely in agreement that there should be a wide range of designs along a wide range of sizes. I agree that the range should be more inclusive rather than simply shifting. I just think you can bemoan the loss of your size without disparaging larger sizes in the next breath..
My issue is with the cost. When I am looking at buying a $6 700k house, the “standard” commission that is going to get baked into that is absolutely staggering, especially in a market where a nice home is selling in a matter of days. Also paying someone else agent shouldn be my problem..
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