Why isn't there any mention of where the debt came from, tho? (Insane pension plans/public job programs.) The banks aren't really to blame for Greece, except insasmuch as they lent money to the country - most of the debt is government-owned.
@Lorelei@twitter You're right, it's totally worth 2000 dollars to have a real nice 100 pixel square icon on facebook.
@jfruh Yeah, uh, I had that happen to me three months ago, too. "Air traffic control" is what they tell you when there's no visible weather to blame. (My flight was three hours late.) My point is, the FAA has every reason in the world to act like every single problem is sequester-related.
How on earth can you determine if one particular delay is "due to the sequester"?
@KPeeps Also because there are only two times you look at your wedding photos: Right after your honeymoon, and when you get divorced.
No. Definitely not. If you can't afford the wedding you're throwing, expecting to make it up in gifts is a) stupid b) terrible and c) astoundingly rude. Fuck you.
@highjump This is not true, though. In the US, apprenticeships were historically agreements between individuals - they were more common before unionization took hold. I'll leave theories as to why as an exercise for the reader.
I just sleep on a pile of laundry
The best part is how there's basically no way to do it for most people. See here.
The biggest advantage your boss has over you is not the ability to fire you - it's knowing more than you about what you're worth and what you're getting paid. Full stop. This trickles down from not knowing if you should ask for a raise, to not knowing which careers will compensate you best. It is TERRIBLE.