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The Oracle
soooooo bad down there..I see on the news that 30,000 jobs will fall because of the water shortgae..that even a steady rainfall for three solid days wouldn't solve it.....How are you faring? What can you personally do?....What can your fellow QnAer's do for you? Write Congress? Send you bottled water? (I'm not kidding)...What's going on?....This is pretty bad...
Coriangel
The value of the dollar is decreasing and things are getting expensive.... with the nation jacking up minimum wage and small businesses taking it in the you know what to have to pay more for keeping their help or closing down cause they can't afford to pay their employees. How does the value of the dollar dercrease and what can we do to help make it more valuable? It sounds like were going into a recession....
Lovely
Thus far which has been the most enviromentally conscious about fuel usage!
Joao20
TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 4TH)Here is your Jeopardy board for today:PHILIP MORRIS IS THE LARGEST CUSTOMER OF UNIVERSAL CORPORATION,THE WORLDS LARGEST DEALER IN THIS COMMODITY
Secretsquirrel
After all the money spent on the 'space programs and probes', how many people on QnA can say that their lives were benefitted in any appreciable way? The last I checked, the US has spent over 1 trillion dollars since 1957 in their space explorations. Does anyone think that this God-awful amount of money has actually brought any measurable reward to the lives of the vast majority of the people on this planet or has it just increased our knowledge about the universe and its' workings. Is a person that has no chance of even a basic education going to see any benefit from this expenditure, or is their life going along like it has for the past 3,000 years? How do we justify starving children, homeless and helpless people all over the planet, malaria still killing over a million people a year, and other social ills that this planet suffers when we fritter away our money on riding in space?