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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by JetGirl, Apr 3, 2009.
That's funny but scary at the same time. I work for an automotive supplier and worry that the rules controlling wages of those who accept government capital investments might seep to their suppliers as well.
We HAVE to take our country BACK, NOW!!!!!
Thanks for the link Ann, good stuff. Well not really, I think you know what I mean.
Speaking of, "Thorp" no E, my buddy is build his Dads Thorp for the simulator.
Sorry for the thread drift, but it was YOUR name after all that made it happen.
Sorta...if you're a little dyslexic.
Well it all makes sence now, cause guess what
I think I had somebody tell me that a time or two. Thank God I've learned to cope by double and tripppple checking my wodrs and munbers LOL
Good one MissT.
1 question. If a car is built by the government, and runs like the government, will it make it off the dealers lot??
HEY!.... I represent that !!!.... NOT Funny !!
RU making fun of my disability??...
Oh, go eat some more alphabet soup and drive yerself a little more crazy, you pot-stirrin' Texan.
See ya 'round the board n00bie.
You mean like the banking sector? I have a friend who is a banker, if they hire a teller and want to give her a raise after 90 days they have to get Treasury Department approval on a case by case basis.
I still love this one: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rAqPMJFaEdY
I"m guessing no. In fact, I'm guessing a gov't built car will blow a rod through the hood as soon as you start it up to test drive it. Of course, the gov't employee salesman will tell you that you don't need to test drive it. It's a fine car because it's built by the very trsutworthy federal gov't