Saturday, June 21, 2014

Girls With Guns



Fish On!


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I Don't Need Feminism Because..


The Benefits Of Supporting Tyranny..


The Meaning Of Change..


The Administrations Storm Troopers..


Political Correctness Idiocy...


I say boycott the team until they allow the trademark back..

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Making A Revolver..


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Friday, June 20, 2014

Girls With Guns

Redefining "On The Run"..


Because YOU Are The First Responder.,,


On Concealed Carry...


The Truth Fairy..


The Record Of The Worst President In The History Of The United States..


Hillary Clinton Was An Unethical, Dishonest Lawyer..


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This Is What Communists Think Of Free Press..


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Thursday, June 19, 2014

Girls With Guns


Resistance To Tyranny...


Vinyl Nostalgia...


The sound of the needle on vinyl, the choreography of pulling out the vinyl, holding it only on the sides, placing it on the turntable... the art on the cover, I miss it..

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A Lying Sack Of Commie Shit..


Girls Kick Ass..


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The Taliban's Man Of The Year..


ISIS Man of the year also..

Time Zone Change..


For now anyways..

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Top Close Calls Compilation 2014


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Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Girls With Guns



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Whose Phobia?


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"They Pose No Threat To America.."


Says everyone in the Obama Administration...

Pee Wee's Big Adventure...


You Will NOT Believe HOW Obama Knocks Putin Out:

Obama Knocks Out Putin in 3 Rounds!!

New Implant Allows Terrorists To Speak To God!


Meet The New Boss, Much More Coercive Than The Old Boss...


And Tyrannical And Dangerous...


Logic Puzzle: Birds Of The Same Feather...


Remember Your Oath..


This IT worker had to train an H-1B replacement

Computerworld - This is the story of an IT worker who was replaced by a worker on an H-1B visa, one of a number of visa holders, mostly from India, who took jobs at this U.S. company. Computerworld is not going to use the worker's name or identify the companies involved to protect the former employee from retaliation. For purposes of this story, the worker has been given initials -- A.B. (They're not the person's real initials.)

At A.B.'s company, about 220 IT jobs have been lost to offshore outsourcing over the last year. A.B. is telling the story because, initially, there was little knowledge among fellow employees about H-1B visa holders and how they are used. They didn't know that offshore outsourcing firms are the largest users of H-1B visas, or exactly how this visa facilitates IT job losses in the U.S.

"I think once we learned about it, we became angrier toward the U.S. government than we were with the people that were over here from India," A.B. said, "because the government is allowing this."

The IT workers at this firm first learned of the offshore outsourcing threat through rumors. Later, the IT staff was called into an auditorium and heard directly from the CIO about the plan to replace them. It would take months for the transition to be completed, in part because of some new system installations.

Many younger IT workers found jobs and left. Mainframe workers were apparently in demand and also able to find new jobs. But older workers with skills in open systems, storage and SAN faced a harder time. About half the IT staffers, mostly the older ones, would stay to the end.

Training the replacement workers involved holding morning-long WebEx meetings several times a week with offshore outsourcing staff based in India. The sessions were recorded as details about the environment, including diagrams and scripts, were shared.

As they moved closer to the termination date for the U.S. workers, the overseas employees would follow or shadow, via WebEx sessions, everything an IT worker did during the day. The outsourcing firm's onshore staff helped to coordinate these efforts, but also worked to untangle the meaning of some of the questions.

The overseas workers did not appear to have much practical experience, and the same questions were asked repeatedly, A.B. said.

Before they lost their jobs, A.B.'s co-workers decided to made a subtle and symbolic protest over what was happening: As the H-1B visa workers gradually took over the offices once occupied by U.S. workers, one employee brought in a bunch of small American flags on sticks.

The flags were retrofitted so they could fit into the walls of the cubicles.

(Computerworld viewed a photograph of the cubicle flags, but decided not to publish it to protect A.B's identity.)

The flags were displayed, cubicle after cubicle, much like way flags are hung on homes in a residential neighborhoods on the 4th of July. They were visible to anyone walking down the hall. "That was the only thing that we.... read more

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