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lil weasel
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#18931

Posted 12 March 2014 - 12:55 AM Edited by lil weasel, 12 March 2014 - 01:04 AM.

Okay that's what I was referring to. So not entirely wrong, as I know you hoped for so much myron...  :die: 

And if you go through all the trouble... why settle for the laziest career in medicine? be a nurse or doctor and do something worth while.

Yea, why work the counter when you can grill the burgers!
Most community colleges have courses for Pharmacy Technicians. It is a good clean job and you rarely kill people (like doctors or nurses).

http://en.wikipedia....macy_technician

In this modern world the Doctors, Nurses, and Physical Therapists aren't much use without the Pharmacy. It's the Pharmaceutical Companies that tell the Doctor what to use, not the other way around.
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Posted 12 March 2014 - 02:12 AM

 

Now I'm having lots of pain in my heart area right now and I don't know what to do. If I don't post anything for a couple I'm either dead or in the hospital.

Have you done any strenuous activities lately that you may have pulled a muscle in your chest? Do you feel as if there is a knife going straight through your chest to your back? Is your breathing /pulse normal?  Have you been getting an adequate amount of sleep and nutrition? <--------I bet the doctor will ask you these! :p go to a clinic mah dood. 

 

Well I have been working out on my chest lately but the pain was like something you described. Like it felt like I was constantly getting shot in the heart while getting stabbed. Well my blood pressure is pretty low like the high is about 99 and the low is about 70 and he did ask those stuff. He told me I need to eat more healthier and have more sleep during the night and also to take an afternoon nap if I'm tired.

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#18933

Posted 12 March 2014 - 02:40 AM

What is minimum wage in the U.S. ? Or does it vary?


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#18934

Posted 12 March 2014 - 02:55 AM Edited by gtamann123, 12 March 2014 - 02:58 AM.



What is minimum wage in the U.S. ? Or does it vary?

Federal Minimum is $7.25 per hour. And $2.13 for tipped workers. But most states are higher.

 

List of State Minimum wages


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Posted 12 March 2014 - 03:03 AM

Eek! Ours is 10.25, but I heard they might raise it to 13.00. 

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Posted 12 March 2014 - 03:04 AM

Eek! Ours is 10.25, but I heard they might raise it to 13.00. 

Where is that? And whats the conversion of your currency to USD?


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#18937

Posted 12 March 2014 - 03:04 AM

UK minimum wage is £6.38. Given exchange rates it's about $5.

 

Just throwing that one out there.

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#18938

Posted 12 March 2014 - 03:06 AM

 

Eek! Ours is 10.25, but I heard they might raise it to 13.00. 

Where is that? And whats the conversion of your currency to USD?

 

Canadian Dollar. $10.25. That's equivalent to around 9 bucks for you guys. 


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Posted 12 March 2014 - 03:08 AM

UK minimum wage is £6.38. Given exchange rates it's about $5.

 

Just throwing that one out there.

Wouldn't that be over $10? 

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Posted 12 March 2014 - 03:13 AM

 

UK minimum wage is £6.38. Given exchange rates it's about $5.

 

Just throwing that one out there.

Wouldn't that be over $10? 

 

You're right, what the f*ck am I talking about?

 

I think I meant that given relative prices, it's equivalent to about $5. I've noticed just about everything is much less the relative price in the US.

 

Maybe I'm just digging myself out of a hole here.


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Posted 12 March 2014 - 03:18 AM

 

 

UK minimum wage is £6.38. Given exchange rates it's about $5.

 

Just throwing that one out there.

Wouldn't that be over $10? 

 

You're right, what the f*ck am I talking about?

 

I think I meant that given relative prices, it's equivalent to about $5. I've noticed just about everything is much less the relative price in the US.

 

Maybe I'm just digging myself out of a hole here.

 

Well is the COL higher in the UK?


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#18942

Posted 12 March 2014 - 03:23 AM

 

 

UK minimum wage is £6.38. Given exchange rates it's about $5.

 

Just throwing that one out there.

Wouldn't that be over $10? 

 

You're right, what the f*ck am I talking about?

 

I think I meant that given relative prices, it's equivalent to about $5. I've noticed just about everything is much less the relative price in the US.

 

Maybe I'm just digging myself out of a hole here.

 

What the f*ck are you saying?

 

I understand the mistake you made regarding the currency conversion but relative to what? 

 

The correct amount in USD would be $10.60 btw


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#18943

Posted 12 March 2014 - 03:24 AM

 

 

 

UK minimum wage is £6.38. Given exchange rates it's about $5.

 

Just throwing that one out there.

Wouldn't that be over $10? 

 

You're right, what the f*ck am I talking about?

 

I think I meant that given relative prices, it's equivalent to about $5. I've noticed just about everything is much less the relative price in the US.

 

Maybe I'm just digging myself out of a hole here.

 

Well is the COL higher in the UK?

 

http://www.numbeo.co...=United Kingdom

about 25% higher on average.

 

 

 

 

 

UK minimum wage is £6.38. Given exchange rates it's about $5.

 

Just throwing that one out there.

Wouldn't that be over $10? 

 

You're right, what the f*ck am I talking about?

 

I think I meant that given relative prices, it's equivalent to about $5. I've noticed just about everything is much less the relative price in the US.

 

Maybe I'm just digging myself out of a hole here.

 

What the f*ck are you saying?

 

I understand the mistake you made regarding the currency conversion but relative to what? 

 

The correct amount in USD would be $10.60 btw

 

cost of living. No need to be mean.


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Posted 12 March 2014 - 03:28 AM

What would you say is the best, an worst thing that ever happens to you?

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#18945

Posted 12 March 2014 - 03:29 AM

What would you say is the best, an worst thing that ever happens to you?

Life.

 

Life.

 

I am so deep.

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Posted 12 March 2014 - 03:31 AM

What would you say is the best, an worst thing that ever happens to you?

Best thing that happened to me would be me not getting killed that day when I got into a longboarding accident

 

Worst thing that has happened to me would be me witnessing a hit a run right in front of my eyes.


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Posted 12 March 2014 - 03:34 AM

 

 

 

 

UK minimum wage is £6.38. Given exchange rates it's about $5.

 

Just throwing that one out there.

Wouldn't that be over $10? 

 

You're right, what the f*ck am I talking about?

 

I think I meant that given relative prices, it's equivalent to about $5. I've noticed just about everything is much less the relative price in the US.

 

Maybe I'm just digging myself out of a hole here.

 

Well is the COL higher in the UK?

 

http://www.numbeo.co...=United Kingdom

about 25% higher on average.

 

Kind of makes me wonder why produce is much cheaper in the UK


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#18948

Posted 12 March 2014 - 03:45 AM

 

 

 

 

 

UK minimum wage is £6.38. Given exchange rates it's about $5.

 

Just throwing that one out there.

Wouldn't that be over $10? 

 

You're right, what the f*ck am I talking about?

 

I think I meant that given relative prices, it's equivalent to about $5. I've noticed just about everything is much less the relative price in the US.

 

Maybe I'm just digging myself out of a hole here.

 

Well is the COL higher in the UK?

 

http://www.numbeo.co...=United Kingdom

about 25% higher on average.

 

Kind of makes me wonder why produce is much cheaper in the UK

 

If I were to guess I would say that it's due to European trade maybe? But I'd have to look into how many apples are grown in the US compared to importing and the same for the UK and I can't imagine a worse use of my or anyone's time.


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#18949

Posted 12 March 2014 - 04:12 AM

cost of living. No need to be mean.

 

 

 

Sorry mate, coming off as a prick wasn't my intention. Leaning more towards disbelief or surprise.

 

The US is not to be compared with England. Each state in the US has its own taxes and general prices aren't uniform across states. The only way I see it is to compare one state with England or the entire United States against all of Europe. 


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Posted 12 March 2014 - 04:17 AM

 

 

 

 

 

 

UK minimum wage is £6.38. Given exchange rates it's about $5.

 

Just throwing that one out there.

Wouldn't that be over $10? 

 

You're right, what the f*ck am I talking about?

 

I think I meant that given relative prices, it's equivalent to about $5. I've noticed just about everything is much less the relative price in the US.

 

Maybe I'm just digging myself out of a hole here.

 

Well is the COL higher in the UK?

 

http://www.numbeo.co...=United Kingdom

about 25% higher on average.

 

Kind of makes me wonder why produce is much cheaper in the UK

 

If I were to guess I would say that it's due to European trade maybe? But I'd have to look into how many apples are grown in the US compared to importing and the same for the UK and I can't imagine a worse use of my or anyone's time.

 

Well I would assume the US grows significantly more Fruits and Veggies than the UK. Which is why its weird. 

 

 

cost of living. No need to be mean.

 

 

 

Sorry mate, coming off as a prick wasn't my intention. Leaning more towards disbelief or surprise.

 

The US is not to be compared with England. Each state in the US has its own taxes and general prices aren't uniform across states. The only way I see it is to compare one state with England or the entire United States against all of Europe. 

 

Thats true. COL in California or NYC is much different than COL in Montana


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Posted 12 March 2014 - 04:18 AM Edited by WBaker, 12 March 2014 - 04:20 AM.

Yea, why work the counter when you can grill the burgers!Most community colleges have courses for Pharmacy Technicians. It is a good clean job and you rarely kill people (like doctors or nurses).http://en.wikipedia....macy_technicianIn this modern world the Doctors, Nurses, and Physical Therapists aren't much use without the Pharmacy. It's the Pharmaceutical Companies that tell the Doctor what to use, not the other way around.

Reposted because this is truth. I was a pharmacy tech, it's a good job. Pharmacists are even better although the best ones didn't go to college (there's a good reason for this but my phone is dying). And indeed, the pharmaceutical industry tells the doctors what to prescribe.

Edit: in most US states you become a tech via certification. College classes aren't just unnecessary, they're worse than the many specialized programs available.

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Posted 12 March 2014 - 04:19 AM

 

cost of living. No need to be mean.

 

 

 

Sorry mate, coming off as a prick wasn't my intention. Leaning more towards disbelief or surprise.

 

The US is not to be compared with England. Each state in the US has its own taxes and general prices aren't uniform across states. The only way I see it is to compare one state with England or the entire United States against all of Europe. 

 

You make a good point in that respect, however given the largely privatised nature of the US as a whole it's pretty hard to give a comparison to a state.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

UK minimum wage is £6.38. Given exchange rates it's about $5.

 

Just throwing that one out there.

Wouldn't that be over $10? 

 

You're right, what the f*ck am I talking about?

 

I think I meant that given relative prices, it's equivalent to about $5. I've noticed just about everything is much less the relative price in the US.

 

Maybe I'm just digging myself out of a hole here.

 

Well is the COL higher in the UK?

 

http://www.numbeo.co...=United Kingdom

about 25% higher on average.

 

Kind of makes me wonder why produce is much cheaper in the UK

 

If I were to guess I would say that it's due to European trade maybe? But I'd have to look into how many apples are grown in the US compared to importing and the same for the UK and I can't imagine a worse use of my or anyone's time.

 

Well I would assume the US grows significantly more Fruits and Veggies than the UK. Which is why its weird. 

Yeah but it's relative to how much is imported per person. I'm just assuming it will be higher than the UK given the higher prices when compared to just about everything else.


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Posted 12 March 2014 - 06:30 AM

If everyone had the same opinion, is it a fact?

 

For example: Say some one is really ugly, and literally everyone (yes even themselves) in the world agrees, is it still an opinion or is it a fact?


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Posted 12 March 2014 - 06:44 AM

If everyone had the same opinion, is it a fact?

 

For example: Say some one is really ugly, and literally everyone (yes even themselves) in the world agrees, is it still an opinion or is it a fact?

 

Ugly is subjective no matter what, so it'd still be an opinion. 

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Posted 12 March 2014 - 08:26 AM Edited by Linc., 12 March 2014 - 08:28 AM.

Examples of immoral acts that are not indictable summary crimes (in most areas)?

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Posted 12 March 2014 - 04:55 PM

If everyone had the same opinion, is it a fact?

 

For example: Say some one is really ugly, and literally everyone (yes even themselves) in the world agrees, is it still an opinion or is it a fact?

 

An opinion is based on something that is subjective, and can't be fact - otherwise you can't have an opinion on it! 

 

Alsos guys, can you please stop quoting huge quote trains, delete all but the last two or three so your post isn't inflated. Danke.


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Posted 12 March 2014 - 05:25 PM

Ok so about 36 days ago I turn my PlayStation 3 on and at the top of the screen where it should say I've logged onto PSN it says "Access to PSN from this account has been temporarily suspended or banned". Now, I try to follow the rules when I play online but I do remember somebody duplicating an Imponte Phoenix I had while playing GTA V online, but I doubt that's enough to get my account banned. I had no idea why I could be banned but I just decided to wait a month and see if I would get unbanned...well 36 days later and I'm still banned. This is an account ban, I can still play games on my PlayStation just not online. Any help?


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Posted 12 March 2014 - 05:28 PM

Ok so about 36 days ago I turn my PlayStation 3 on and at the top of the screen where it should say I've logged onto PSN it says "Access to PSN from this account has been temporarily suspended or banned". Now, I try to follow the rules when I play online but I do remember somebody duplicating an Imponte Phoenix I had while playing GTA V online, but I doubt that's enough to get my account banned. I had no idea why I could be banned but I just decided to wait a month and see if I would get unbanned...well 36 days later and I'm still banned. This is an account ban, I can still play games on my PlayStation just not online. Any help?


Have you contacted their support and asked why you're banned? They're the only ones who would know for certain.
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Posted 12 March 2014 - 06:05 PM

Is there a thread for the two buildings that collapsed in NY?


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#18960

Posted 12 March 2014 - 06:58 PM

What is better, Xbox One or PS4? I'm not just talking about the technology I also want to know which one is physically tougher, which one has a nicer remote etc. I don't need to know the statistics and such I just want to know which is better to play. Thanks.




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