So I was flying today and while we cruise at 33,000 feet captains informs passengers over speaker that left engine has a leak and we need to return to airport because it's dangerous and we unlikely to make it to our destination. We flew for 40 minutes out of 2 hour trip before returning back to airport...
Lol, ok, guess you have doctorate degree like my family has, ok you DA man!!! Lol!! You can't answer my question, you got caught being a dumba**. Spewing every police is trigger happy, but can't produce numbers....lol
I actually tried to look for cop shooting statistic the other month and apparently government keeps it hush hush.
Well at least you are sounding reasonable. The idea of deporting millions of individuals is absurd in itself, but also deporting children who had no choice in the matter is just plain ludicrous and wrong. Regardless, the system itself also needs correcting, otherwise it's all pointless.
I'm not democrat or republican, I'm independent. So I agree with some things from both parties.
Not really, I got a group of people that never even open an economics book telling about economy.
Who likely to spend more money... An average American or global corporation? Just like during Chinese boom, manufacturing in US took a hit while everything else prosper.
One of the biggest costs in US for most corporations is shipping. Look at all tractor trailers on the road. Companies can save more money and hire more employees. Average Americans can also reinvest this money back into economy.
Few states will take a hit but it will be offset big time by gains in others industries. More money in people's pockets boosts spending and increases confidence. You'll see house market on the rise as well. Oil industry will not go away like manufacturing did, they will just layoff people and decrease output until equilibrium is met.