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What’s the most questionable cost-cutting move you’ve seen an employer make?I did inventory ordering for a large orange home improvement store. I moved on after nine months.On day 1, I was told no order should exceed $6,000. I had no idea what I was agreeing to. My first order was $30,000. I ordered one item of everything missing in a fence product we carried; Minimum orders were $15,000 to place an order as well. I sold $45,000 in fencing that week and was written up for going over the agreed $6,000 limit. They literally wanted barren shelves if the order was over $6,000.As the months went on, I had several orders exceed that $6,000 limit. I sold $2,000,000 in roofing in one week. I was written up for ordering too much, and then they tried to write me up a minute later when they found out we were out of stock… I told them I had three trucks due that night and I was written up again for going over the $6,000 limit. Theee write ups in one day.I increased sales by 30% from the previous year when everyone else was down 20%, had little “extra” stock and almost no “out of stocks”. I left after they promoted someone for the job I was doing. They promptly dropped 20% from the previous year instead of getting the 30% over… they had no one to fight to place orders that exceeded $6,000 and quickly ran out of product to sell.The guy who was promoted went on to other stores to promote this limited ordering strategy. And sales dropped there too…I personally don’t shop at stores that do not have stock… that was why I stopped shopping at Sears years before their bankruptcy. Empty shelves were a sign of them making those same mistakes. When you have nothing to sell, how does a company profit? I never understood the motive behind ordering less to save money when you are running out of product.
Why are some gun owners against licenses for different gun types?Because licenses are used as a means of limiting or controlling what people can do or own. They do not serve a public safety purpose and have historically been used along with registration lists to later take away guns when they become inconvenient to those in power.I don’t need a license to tell me which end the bullet comes out of.I don’t need a license to figure out the myriad of complex controls (button, switch, spring) on a firearm and how to use them.A license will not make me a super accurate, non-innocent harming shooter.The notion that a single shot, tube-fed pump action, magazine fed bolt action or magazine fed semi-auto are all radically different gun types that need specialized training on before one can possess or use them is patently ridiculous. A semi-auto has one extra control, the bolt/slide release. Ohh, ahh, I need a license to figure that out.Uhh, no.No one can articulate a rational reason for licensing in general. The reason they give is public safety but the so-called vetting they believe a license gives is the same vetting the NICS instant background check provides. Essentially each NICS check is a one-time per firearm license supplied at the time of purchase.I live in a state with a license for certain gun types. Handguns. I have to have a state-issued license to purchase a handgun. It takes two months and over $300 in fees and training to acquire and what magic power does this license give? The ability to go online and fill out a form. That’s it. It gives you the privilege of starting the purchase process, nothing more. It does not waive a background check. It does not waive the waiting period. It does not waive the one-gun-a-month law. It just says I am worthy enough to fill out a form.So that’s why I am against licensing. All it is a burden on the law-abiding.
What are some of the strangest gun control proposals you can come up with?Banning guns based on how they look versus how they function.Banning guns based on a projectile being 1/1000th inch bigger than others equally capable.Banning guns based on the diameter or markings on their barrel that have no bearing on its ability to function.Making existing gun owners wait 8 days to take possession of a gun as a “cooling off” period.Banning possession of sheet metal or plastic boxes with springs because these, after all, are some of the most dangerous objects on the planet.Banning and not banning aforementioned boxes based on the number of rounds they hold but allowing the exact same box to be sold legally if it possesses the correct markings on the bottom.Having a one-gun-a-month law to prevent gun trafficking or straw purchases but allow anyone a lifetime waiver of that restriction by simply sending a form to the state saying they are a collector. Any reason for collecting is permissible (“In the event of a zombie apocalypse” is an acceptable reason).Where you live determines your ability to own a gun in the same state.Telling victims of home invasion they are to be arrested and treated as criminals because of the property someone else took from them.Being so concerned about privacy rights that you demand any would-be gun owner waive their HIPAA rights for life to make sure they aren’t “dangerous”.Declaring 18 through 20 year olds children and barring them from exercising their right to own a gun. But that’s the only right they are too immature or unable to exercise as a legal adult at those ages.Compiling lists of guns and gun owners in the utterly illogical belief that a couple pieces of signNow solves crimes.Banning the publication of computer code or plans for firearms that are freely available in printed form without restriction. Hating two parts of the Bill of Rights is pretty impressive stuff.Demand that we have noise dampening devices on vehicles and hearing protection on around machinery that can damage hearing in an instant as a public safety measure but regulate the same for firearms to the point it takes 9–10 months and Federal and State permission to own. And not all states will allow you to protect your hearing.Requiring a person to be fingerprinted, photographed and provide a background check and at least two days of training at their own expense and submit the application within 3 days for a license to allow them to apply to purchase a handgun. It is not a “permit-to-possess” but merely a permission slip to fill out a form.Declaring that items meant to safely hold a firearm in order to use it are too dangerous to have fitted to a gun.Buttons are verboten.Changing the color or finish on a gun makes it illegal to sell as “unsafe”.Declaring any semi-automatic rifle an “assault rifle” regardless of age, caliber or feed type.Declaring a Marlin or equivalent tube-fed .22LR semi-auto rifle an “assault weapon”.Allowing anyone via hearsay to claim someone is suspicious or may have violent tendencies and have their guns taken away from them without Due Process.I can go on. And on and on. All strange and ones I could have never come up with on my own.Note for the Irony Challenged: Every single item on this list is an actual law or regulation in force today somewhere in the United States.
How bureaucratic is the United States Armed Forces?In order for me to travel over a four day weekend outside a certain radius required:Three copies of a DA31 leave and pass form properly filled out and signed by three peopleA vehicle safety checklist that required an inspection of my car (regardless of whether I woukd be using it) and showing proof of license, registration and insurance.A printout of my planned route from Mapquest.A printout of the Drivers Safety Instruction and Training Web site showing that I answered questions correctly.A DA Form 4856 General Counseling form that informed me of my responsibilities and the impact failure to adhere to the regulations and limitations could have on my career.All of that, in order to go on a trip. This isn't for actual leave that would be credited agsinst my earned vacation days. This wasn't in order to excuse my absence from work for a day. This was in order for me to travel on my day off.This was something I had to do as a E7 Sergeant First Class with multiple combat deployments, nearly 20 years of service (at the time) and the responsibility of the health, training, welfare and discipline of 30 men and equipment in excess of $20 million. We're talking armored vehicles, complex communications systems, high security clearance, huge guns and optics to make the night turn into day.So, yeah, there's a bit of bureaucracy.
How can I get internship in TATA STEEL in year 2017 ?The only way one can get an internship if he/she doesn't belong to top colleges is through -PRASHIKSHAN PROGRAMMEActually all the processes are first carried out in SNTI,JAMSHEDPUR.You need to fill an online form which is generally available from the month of March for Summer Internship at the official website of SNTI. Moreover you should have appeared/completed your 5th semester.The major twist that most people don't know about is that you can also apply for WINTER INTERNSHIP. The same form is available at SNTI Jamshedpur as a hardcopy and you need to fill in all your details.You must have some source as you need to fill the SPONSOR and GUIDE details in the form.Once your application has been accepted you will get the confirmation mail and you need to report to SNTI on your joining date.Other steps are as follows-You will get a few hardcopies giving you the permission for GATE PASS and SAFETY TRAINING.BIOMETRIC SCAN is carried out at the safety department of tata steel and you need to pay a very small amount of registration fee.Now you are eligible to apply for your GATE PASS at the gate pass section of tata steel.This usually takes around 1–2 days.After the above processes have been completed successfully,you need to report to SNTI again.SNTI will finally provide you the departmental letter which comprises of your GUIDE details and the PROJECT you will be doing under him.You will be given an INTERN band and now you can contact your guide and report to him next day in the TATA STEEL PLANT.Hope it helps!
Are you against US gun control laws? Why?Thats a broad question when in reality it’s an extremely complex issue.For example I think having a background check is a good idea and curb crime, but “universal” background checks are a totally impossible to implement and are totally ineffective at curbing crime.Under the current system a licensed firearm dealer (FFL) helps you fill out the signNowwork and makes the call to the FBI’s national instant background check system. However if I as a private citizen not in the business of selling firearms sells one of my guns, there is no background check. I can hand my gun over to anyone else and say here you go.Universal background checks force me as a private citizen to make a background check every time I hand a rifle to a friend at the range, and he has to make one on me every time he hands it back. It’s absurd and nobody is going to do it. We all know the spirit of the law, but the reality is that there is no literal difference between handing my gun over for half an hour of shooting or half a year while I have my super awesome super safe built into my house. There is no way without making a million and a half exceptions to the law for every case where a weapon is transferred from one person to another. This all assumes the person knows and understand the massively complex bills associated with guns.Oregon’s universal background law has fallen apart because of this, first because it had to be amended right out the gate because family members would have to get a background check every time a parent would take their child to a range. A few months into the law, a pastor entered a raffle to acquire a rifle so that he could destroy it. He won but gave it to a member of his congregation for safe keeping until he could destroy the weapon because the pastor couldn’t secure the weapon. He was acquitted even though he very clearly violated the word and spirit of the law.Lastly if we look at how black market gun deals go down, we quickly realize it’s usually from people who are dealing in stolen guns who have criminal records already, TO people who have criminal records already. None of these people usually are allowed to own firearms.We also need to look at how criminals get guns, and it is most common for criminals to get guns from family members. So, thereby the very same exemptions of the universal background check to allow a parent to give their child a weapon at the range allows a parent to give their child a weapon so they can join the gang the family is a part of.Recently I changed my stance on bumpfire stocks. Their express intent is to skirt the machine gun laws. The ATF allowed them because they do not meet the criteria of parts for a machine gun as the law is written.I don’t think they should be banned, I think they should fall under the same restrictions as parts of a machine gun.HOWEVER… I 100% support repealing the Hughes amendment that states no machine guns will be registered for civilian sale after 1986. It is defacto prohibition of firearms as eventually all machine guns will wear out or otherwise be destroyed and no new ones will replace them on the market. It makes machine guns cost as much as house to own.I also 100% support removing suppressors from the national firearms act as they are not used it crime and do not “silence” a weapon(140db is considered the target level of suppressors, to make them hearing safe. To put that into perspective, I bought a horn for my motorcycle to upgrade it to 120 db, it sounds like a train.)And in general I firmly believe the SHARE act (https://www.congress.gov/115/bil...) will be benificial to gun owners by repealing ineffective laws, replacing some poorly worded laws with language that actually works and introducing protections to people who are obviously not attempting to commit a crime.So I’m not against gun laws, some of them are necessary. There is very little rational language that can make a difference between a musket and a nuke, but I don’t think everyone having a nuke as a conversation piece is a good idea.But at the same time I believe owning weapons is a fundamental right, because being able to defend one’s self is a fundamental human right. Furthermore owning weapons is vital to defending your rights from anyone attempting to take them from you… like a black man in the south 100 years ago for example. Or the Souix…. or the LGBTQ community…. or any group that is at a severe disadvantage or a minority.So the real question is, where is the balance? When does a weapon become so powerful an individual cannot be trusted to have it? When do the laws become oppressive?I support some measures, others I don’t either because their irrational or they’re ineffective. I lean heavily on the side of private ownership and accept that we might have the occasional shooting or that our violent crime is more dangerous(we have a crime problem and the accessibility of guns does little to effect it’s amount, but increase it’s severity). I accept it because it is my right to own an effective means to exercise my rights and to protect my rights.
If someone borrowed your body for a week, what quirks would you tell them about so they are prepared?Hello! And welcome to Richard’s Body. I certainly hope that you enjoy your time with us. If there are any questions not covered by this handy brochure, please call customer service at 1–800-GUD-LUCK. Thank you for the patronage.Here are some things to know when navigating the use of Richard’s Body:Richard’s Body struggles to sleep, it frequently stays up too late. Not out of choice but out of that’s just the way things are. Sleep can be a touchy subject.Because of this, Richard’s Body tends to feel a little off in the morning. Have no fear Valued Customer, because after 15 minutes or so Richard’s Body is up and running. Even though this body is not a morning body, so slight crabbiness is expected.Speaking of running, Richard’s Body likes to run in the morning. Usually between 3 and 5 miles. If running isn’t your thing, perhaps try one of our other exciting products like Richard’s Unmoving Neighbor, that brings the new experiences of laziness and irritability.When you shower following your run, you will notice Richard’s Body is in good shape. So yeah, you have that going for you.Richard’s Body has one tattoo, it is meaningful to him. Please do not expand on said tattoo when you’re utilizing our service. Such actions will result in a withholding of deposit and possible surcharges.After getting out of the shower, you will notice a steel stand. On that stand will a DE safety razor, a brush, a stainless steel bowl, and Proraso shaving cream. That’s because the face portion of Richard’s Body likes a good classic wet-shave in the morning. You will also see several small towels in the drawer to the left, where you can wet and heat them. We have left a new blade in the DE razor for your convenience. However, if you don’t know how to wet-shave, DON’T. You will cut up Richard’s Body’s face, which we result in withholding of deposit. There is an emergency electric shaver in the right drawer, use that.There are numerous clothing items from which to chose. If you look at the convenient schedule in your Welcome Packet, you will see what Richard’s Body has on its schedule. Dress accordingly. Richard’s Body is equally comfortable in suits as he is in linen shirts and jeans, use your judgment. If you’re unsure, an automated style guide is available when contacting customer service.You will notice two racks of shoes in the closet. Richard’s Body will hate all of them, it generally prefers to go barefoot. So just choose whichever matches the clothes for the day. Note: that if campus schedule dictates you can go barefoot for the day using Richard’s Body. Depending on your personal level of comfort.In the garage, you will notice two vehicles. One car and one motorcycle. Because we’re unsure of how the whole consciousness swap/muscle memory thing works, we are limiting the use of the motorcycle (unless you have filled out form 11E-1z, proving a high degree of knowledge in the operation of powerful superbikes). We are sorry for the limitation, but you will find the car reasonably thrilling.During the workday, Richard’s Body will tend to get tired eyes, it’s all the monitor time when working on specific projects. You will find Refresh eye-drops in Richard’s Backpack. Use them at will. Richard’s Body’s last eye exam says that he has perfect vision, although Richard is sometimes skeptical. Or there needs to be better monitors provided. We look forward to hearing your feedback on this issue!Richard’s Body is sometimes prone to tension headaches. A quick walk around campus is usually enough to fix this.Richard’s Body is used to martial arts practice multiple times per week. Class times and training blocks are outlined in the provided schedule.DO NOT SPAR when using Richard’s Body. You don’t know how to fight, the people you train with do, again the whole consciousness/muscle memory question. Richard knows but is not currently in the Body. As such, doing so will result in possible damage to Richard’s Body.Unfortunately, Richard’s Body has suffered a prior knee injury. It starts to ache after specific activities. High-knee-stress activities like burpees are not recommended.Richard’s Body likes walks on the beach, you have several nearby. Please refer to the custom Points of Interest in the car’s GPS.Richard’s Body also eats healthy, there is an information card regarding possible meals (with recipes) in your Welcome Packet.On a personal note: if this week should occur when Richard’s Body’s Girlfriend is visiting, she has been apprised of the situation. She knows what to do to please herself and Richard’s Body, advanced sexual knowledge isn’t required (although appreciated. We, however, understand lack of knowledge, the consciousness/muscle memory situation again). We here at Out-Of-Body Experiences advises you to just enjoy the ride.Alright Valued Customer, we think you’re prepared to enjoy your week in Richard’s Body. We hope that your experience is a pleasant one. Following your visit, we hope that you’ll take the time to fill out a quick survey about your stay with Us.Thank you again,Out-Of-Body Experiences
How do illegal immigrants live in the US successfully for 20 years, including getting a driving license, get a job, pay taxes, and buy a house?I live in Arizona and have seen a lot of this go down over the last couple decades. It boils down to numerous businesses, both small and large who are willing to capitalize on a cheap, extremely hard working labor force (legal status be damned). There are very few white people in this state who work as laborers in landscaping, roofing, concrete, tree trimming, house painting, dish washing, car washing, house cleaning, and crop harvesting. The white people run the companies. Or are the foremen or managers. But almost every person busting thier ass at the physical work is from Mexico and many speak little if any English.They are getting paid under the table, or they are using stolen identites for tax purposes (a decade ago a friend of mine's brother was sent a letter from the IRS claiming he was several years and thousands of dollars behind on taxes, his brother was 13 at the time). These immigrant workers are also doing the job for less than a legal citizen would take, sometimes less than minimum wage. This saves the companies money, and law enforcement did little to crack down on the employers. And since the businesses were making money on the cheap labor, they didn't want the cops to end the gravy train either.A cottage industry of slum lords were more than willing to take rent money from these immigrants for houses and apartments, and if you sell a car in a private transaction there is no legal requirement to verify the legal status of the buyer. Sure they are supposed to register and insure it, but that only matters if they get pulled over, and the smart ones register it under a family memeber who is a citizen or has a green card.Now that you have an immigrant population with money to spend, entrepreneurial people who speak the same language will start local businesses to cater to the needs of these folks who might be shy to spend their money in a store where they have trouble communicating. And all this feeds back into and perpetuates the cycle.So the short answer is: money!
Just using common sense, does it seem reasonable that buying an assault weapon is lot easier than getting a license to fly or to drive a car?As a person who has driven cars, flown airplanes, and owned firearms, I feel very capable of answering this question!Licenses to operate cars (on public roads) or to fly airplanes are necessary because those are very complicated tasks with lots and lots of rules to follow in order to do them without endangering everyone around you.In fact, when you engage in either of those activities, you are required to operate as part of a system, and each operator in that system must operate according to the same rules, or the system will fail. The enormous infrastructures which make vehicle and air travel possible would be useless if people didn't use them in mostly the way they were designed to be used, so people need to be licensed to show they have learned how to properly use that infrastructure.For the comparison made in the question to be a fair one, the questioner should compare the process of buying a car or airplane to the process of buying a gun. No special license is required to buy a car. A person with a revoked driver's license can buy a brand new Corvette with no background check or legal consequences whatsoever. Should we assume that person is going to use the Corvette illegally and require a background check? (I don't think so). Buying a gun is more legally restricted than buying a car.When it comes to carrying a gun in public vs. operating a vehicle in public, the car or airplane is MUCH more complicated to use safely than the gun. There are four rules for carrying and firing a gun safely. Most of them won't even apply to a gun carried in public because the gun will never leave its sling or holster. It just hangs there, doing nothing, with nothing being done to it. The rules for operating cars and airplanes in public require knowledge of all the rules governing the infrastructure in which they operate. Just listing and describing those rules requires a decent-sized book. For airplanes, in particular, the physical skills needed to fly one without killing oneself are far more complicated than the skills needed to safely handle a gun.In short, the question compares apples to oranges by comparing the requirements to operate a vehicle in public with the requirements to merely purchase a gun. If we modify that question to make it “apples to apples” - comparing the requirements necessary to carry a gun in public vs. the requirements to operate a car or airplane in public, then the reasoning is that guns are just far less complex to use safely. Four rules and no public infrastructure system to learn how to operate within makes guns a very simple proposition.