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2009/11/10-19 [Politics/Domestic/California, Politics/Domestic/SocialSecurity] UID:53516 Activity:low
11/9    http://www.businessinsider.com/the-20-most-unemployed-cities-2009-11#15-san-francisco-california-6
        http://www.businessinsider.com/the-20-most-unemployed-cities-2009-11#7-san-jose-california-14
        http://www.businessinsider.com/the-20-most-unemployed-cities-2009-11#5-los-angeles-california-16
        Most unemployed cities in America
        \_ The actual city of San Francisco has quite a bit lower unemployment
           rate, he must be using the metropolitan area (and the one that
           includes Oakland, not the one that includes San Mateo)
           \_ How about San Jose, is that including Gilroy?
              \_ are you a moron? San Jose - Sunnyvale - Santa Clara
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homeless dogs The national unemployment rate still hasn't quite edged past 10%. In some places, it's not a matter of "if" a full-blown depression could emerge. Some cities you can probably guess (Detroit), but others (Hollywood, and Silicon Valley) are pretty surprising. Gordon: Or perhaps someone who was productive within the market until the government crowded out his business. Much like the mafia, the government cannot suffer competition. The Free Market has made possible the fabulous world we live in today. Although I wish the Invisible Hand would use more K-Y the next time it does that deep-dive into our collective anus. Gordon: Gordon, I don't think you have any credentials to talk about the homeless problem. Mentally ill people are often dumped homeless on the street by state's mental health executives and bureaucrats. You might be looking at a relative of yours in that pic. The Dude: Heh, ya, I hear ya, we little folk do tend to get screwed. But technically, I don't think that's a requirement or feature of the free markets, per se. That's a feature enabled by the government and its corporate partnerships. Big McLargeHuge: That race thing gets thrown around too much . You can spot them by their pontifications about free markets and social darwinism . I doubt many of them are making 100 K a year and paying their full freight in taxes . a question: Since the last election (2008), effectively every city in the entire country except for Oklahoma City and Little Rock can be considered Democratic strongholds. And you know the banking problems plagueing Charlotte (banking capital of the US) stem DIRECTLY from that wild spending (that hasn't happened yet) approved in the last 6 months.... Tyler: If welfare pays better than the car wash, that should clue the management in. Sometimes you really do have to pay more than the legal minimum wage, even in a recession/depression. If you're not, then you should spend more time whining about the asston of OUR money that just went to Wall Street rather than the couple of billion spent on welfare and unemployment. Get out of your 'only the lazy people aren't rich' and 'anyone whose rich is better' bubble and get a clue. so when you say "The Man," you're referring to the democrats in congress, who gave an asston of money to bankers? See, when I said "The Man," I was referring to the "rich" who "continue to profit from the misery of others." This was in response to an earlier post, as opposed to your drug-induced fantasies. And, um, where in my post did I say "only the lazy people aren't rich," or "anyone whose (sic) rich is better." Tell the truth: You're 17, and headlong into a daily glue-sniffing habit. yep: And just to clarify, I have no issues with personal drug use. I don't believe the government has the right to tell me what I can and can't do with my body. But I also suspect regular glue-sniffing explains your simplistic post. Stop extending benefits and get rid of the idiotic minimum wage. You can get a roommate or two, get rid of cable TV, stop insisting on the latest iPhone, stop going out to dinner 4 nights a week, stop smoking, stop drinking $4 beers at the bar, walk instead of drive, buy a used car instead of new, stop going to Starbucks every day, stop buying $100 jeans, stop spoiling your kid with video games and consoles, etc, etc, etc Fat fucking lazy Americans think the world owes them a cushy life. Reality is going to be a big wet cock in the faces of this country. Try leaving this country and seeing how the other half lives sometimes - you know, the people that don't max out their credit cards and then bitch about 19% interest rates. He made $350 a day walking dogs - did it for years, since getting out of high school! He was just sitting there, taking a brief rest (he had the dogs running in the park, that's why the bottled water is there and that bag of gourmet doggy treats is by his foot - that was his gimmick; lots of little old ladies wanted their dogs to get, "the very best") when some dude asked if he could take his picture. He's now living in Vancouver - got out of the stock market just before it flopped. Married this really cute Indian chick - she's some kind of doctor, from what I remember (feet or leg veins or something like that). Once, when we were in Colorado, he complained about all the, "legalized drug pushers on every street corner, aka, Starbucks." He was a fiend for Taco Bell, though (if you call eating out once a month being, "fiendish").
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homeless dogs The national unemployment rate still hasn't quite edged past 10%. In some places, it's not a matter of "if" a full-blown depression could emerge. Some cities you can probably guess (Detroit), but others (Hollywood, and Silicon Valley) are pretty surprising. Gordon: Or perhaps someone who was productive within the market until the government crowded out his business. Much like the mafia, the government cannot suffer competition. The Free Market has made possible the fabulous world we live in today. Although I wish the Invisible Hand would use more K-Y the next time it does that deep-dive into our collective anus. Gordon: Gordon, I don't think you have any credentials to talk about the homeless problem. Mentally ill people are often dumped homeless on the street by state's mental health executives and bureaucrats. You might be looking at a relative of yours in that pic. The Dude: Heh, ya, I hear ya, we little folk do tend to get screwed. But technically, I don't think that's a requirement or feature of the free markets, per se. That's a feature enabled by the government and its corporate partnerships. Big McLargeHuge: That race thing gets thrown around too much . You can spot them by their pontifications about free markets and social darwinism . I doubt many of them are making 100 K a year and paying their full freight in taxes . a question: Since the last election (2008), effectively every city in the entire country except for Oklahoma City and Little Rock can be considered Democratic strongholds. And you know the banking problems plagueing Charlotte (banking capital of the US) stem DIRECTLY from that wild spending (that hasn't happened yet) approved in the last 6 months.... Tyler: If welfare pays better than the car wash, that should clue the management in. Sometimes you really do have to pay more than the legal minimum wage, even in a recession/depression. If you're not, then you should spend more time whining about the asston of OUR money that just went to Wall Street rather than the couple of billion spent on welfare and unemployment. Get out of your 'only the lazy people aren't rich' and 'anyone whose rich is better' bubble and get a clue. so when you say "The Man," you're referring to the democrats in congress, who gave an asston of money to bankers? See, when I said "The Man," I was referring to the "rich" who "continue to profit from the misery of others." This was in response to an earlier post, as opposed to your drug-induced fantasies. And, um, where in my post did I say "only the lazy people aren't rich," or "anyone whose (sic) rich is better." Tell the truth: You're 17, and headlong into a daily glue-sniffing habit. yep: And just to clarify, I have no issues with personal drug use. I don't believe the government has the right to tell me what I can and can't do with my body. But I also suspect regular glue-sniffing explains your simplistic post. Stop extending benefits and get rid of the idiotic minimum wage. You can get a roommate or two, get rid of cable TV, stop insisting on the latest iPhone, stop going out to dinner 4 nights a week, stop smoking, stop drinking $4 beers at the bar, walk instead of drive, buy a used car instead of new, stop going to Starbucks every day, stop buying $100 jeans, stop spoiling your kid with video games and consoles, etc, etc, etc Fat fucking lazy Americans think the world owes them a cushy life. Reality is going to be a big wet cock in the faces of this country. Try leaving this country and seeing how the other half lives sometimes - you know, the people that don't max out their credit cards and then bitch about 19% interest rates. He made $350 a day walking dogs - did it for years, since getting out of high school! He was just sitting there, taking a brief rest (he had the dogs running in the park, that's why the bottled water is there and that bag of gourmet doggy treats is by his foot - that was his gimmick; lots of little old ladies wanted their dogs to get, "the very best") when some dude asked if he could take his picture. He's now living in Vancouver - got out of the stock market just before it flopped. Married this really cute Indian chick - she's some kind of doctor, from what I remember (feet or leg veins or something like that). Once, when we were in Colorado, he complained about all the, "legalized drug pushers on every street corner, aka, Starbucks." He was a fiend for Taco Bell, though (if you call eating out once a month being, "fiendish").
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homeless dogs The national unemployment rate still hasn't quite edged past 10%. In some places, it's not a matter of "if" a full-blown depression could emerge. Some cities you can probably guess (Detroit), but others (Hollywood, and Silicon Valley) are pretty surprising. Gordon: Or perhaps someone who was productive within the market until the government crowded out his business. Much like the mafia, the government cannot suffer competition. The Free Market has made possible the fabulous world we live in today. Although I wish the Invisible Hand would use more K-Y the next time it does that deep-dive into our collective anus. Gordon: Gordon, I don't think you have any credentials to talk about the homeless problem. Mentally ill people are often dumped homeless on the street by state's mental health executives and bureaucrats. You might be looking at a relative of yours in that pic. The Dude: Heh, ya, I hear ya, we little folk do tend to get screwed. But technically, I don't think that's a requirement or feature of the free markets, per se. That's a feature enabled by the government and its corporate partnerships. Big McLargeHuge: That race thing gets thrown around too much . You can spot them by their pontifications about free markets and social darwinism . I doubt many of them are making 100 K a year and paying their full freight in taxes . a question: Since the last election (2008), effectively every city in the entire country except for Oklahoma City and Little Rock can be considered Democratic strongholds. And you know the banking problems plagueing Charlotte (banking capital of the US) stem DIRECTLY from that wild spending (that hasn't happened yet) approved in the last 6 months.... Tyler: If welfare pays better than the car wash, that should clue the management in. Sometimes you really do have to pay more than the legal minimum wage, even in a recession/depression. If you're not, then you should spend more time whining about the asston of OUR money that just went to Wall Street rather than the couple of billion spent on welfare and unemployment. Get out of your 'only the lazy people aren't rich' and 'anyone whose rich is better' bubble and get a clue. so when you say "The Man," you're referring to the democrats in congress, who gave an asston of money to bankers? See, when I said "The Man," I was referring to the "rich" who "continue to profit from the misery of others." This was in response to an earlier post, as opposed to your drug-induced fantasies. And, um, where in my post did I say "only the lazy people aren't rich," or "anyone whose (sic) rich is better." Tell the truth: You're 17, and headlong into a daily glue-sniffing habit. yep: And just to clarify, I have no issues with personal drug use. I don't believe the government has the right to tell me what I can and can't do with my body. But I also suspect regular glue-sniffing explains your simplistic post. Stop extending benefits and get rid of the idiotic minimum wage. You can get a roommate or two, get rid of cable TV, stop insisting on the latest iPhone, stop going out to dinner 4 nights a week, stop smoking, stop drinking $4 beers at the bar, walk instead of drive, buy a used car instead of new, stop going to Starbucks every day, stop buying $100 jeans, stop spoiling your kid with video games and consoles, etc, etc, etc Fat fucking lazy Americans think the world owes them a cushy life. Reality is going to be a big wet cock in the faces of this country. Try leaving this country and seeing how the other half lives sometimes - you know, the people that don't max out their credit cards and then bitch about 19% interest rates. He made $350 a day walking dogs - did it for years, since getting out of high school! He was just sitting there, taking a brief rest (he had the dogs running in the park, that's why the bottled water is there and that bag of gourmet doggy treats is by his foot - that was his gimmick; lots of little old ladies wanted their dogs to get, "the very best") when some dude asked if he could take his picture. He's now living in Vancouver - got out of the stock market just before it flopped. Married this really cute Indian chick - she's some kind of doctor, from what I remember (feet or leg veins or something like that). Once, when we were in Colorado, he complained about all the, "legalized drug pushers on every street corner, aka, Starbucks." He was a fiend for Taco Bell, though (if you call eating out once a month being, "fiendish").