- May 11, 2012
- got a call for three nines
How about we just pay them more from the get go?It wasn't just the stimulus checks it was also unemployment paying out more money than people made working. Our society requires a working class to function properly. You start giving money to the lower middle class and working poor in quantities where they don't have to work and apparently they'll stop working. If there's nobody to replace them that's a problem.
Corporate Democrats agree with Republicans in hating the poor. It's why they will never really support a livable minimum wage. Short term government aid yes,long term pay that hurts their donors no.How about we just pay them more from the get go?
Yeah I know but I just wanna hear what bruh sayCorporate Democrats agree with Republicans in hating the poor. It's why they will never really support a livable minimum wage.
What's to stop robberies
Robot food delivery pilot program gets green light from City Council committeeIf the full council endorses the plan, a year-old, pandemic-inspired test would expand to an area bounded by Halsted Street, Ogden Avenue, Roosevelt Road and the Eisenhower Expressway.chicago.suntimes.com
The cost of living will always rise to keep the middle class and working class on a hamster wheel where they have to work to survive. Their objective is to have you living paycheck to paycheck.How about we just pay them more from the get go?
Microsoft reportedly plans to invest $10 billion in creator of buzzy A.I. tool ChatGPTA bet on ChatGPT could help Microsoft boost its efforts in web search, a market dominated by Google.www.cnbc.com
ChatGPT may be coming for our jobs. Here are the 10 roles that AI is most likely to replace.ChatGPT may be a fun tool to play with, but there's a very real risk that it could displace jobs across many industries.www.businessinsider.com
Sounds pretty meh to me
most people don't do shyt at work anyways if we're being honest.Is this the new "robots will take everyone's jobs?" that tech bros pushed but never really came to fruition?
most people don't do shyt at work anyways if we're being honest.
I'd venture people spend a large part of the day socializing and mending "relationships".