every time it boggles my mind that there are people who actually study for the SAT
needs moar Mr. Biscuit
@garysixpack no one is saying that the minimum wage caused the employment rate to rise. They're just saying that in a state with a high minimum wage the employment rate didn't fall.
@Meaghano ooooooooh d'oh. I was sitting here thinking "... Dr. Australia???"
I feel like I am missing the punchline on the Doctor Au jokes?
@scn231 yeah I hardly ever take cabs because (a) expensive and (b) it drives me bonkers when I have to give a cabbie directions because I don't know how to give them. I don't drive around NYC, I don't know how to get home in a car, that is why I hired you cabbie. I just can't shake the feeling that they're pretending to be clueless so they can run up the meter. I don't often Uber, but at least those people seem to know where they're going.
@bgprincipessa I was like this until I met the LSAT. It went against every fiber of my being to study for a standardized test, and I'm still sort of bitter about my score (which is you know, not bad, just not a 175 like I expected).
This has been debunked! There is some loophole that brunch counts as an "event" and you can have unlimited drinks in a timeframe for an "event"
I have literally never faced great adversity and live in fear of the day someone asks me that question in an interview.
@triplea I would rather not eat at all than eat the same thing forever.