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Wednesday, January 11, 2012

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Anthonia

need to use a diesel engine. The truth of the matter is that things have changed a lot over the years when it comes to the value of diesel. At the time of writing, diesels are actually outselling hybrids as eco-friendly cars. However, they still have a bad rep.
When you think hybrid you think green, peaceful, clear skies. When you think diesel you think smoggy, clouds of soot, etc

Anthonia

I'm sure we've all had those employment horror stories, the bosses from the fiery pits of hell, themselves. But not everyone's figured out how to keep out of future occurrences of this situation. A lot of people get angry, do something stupid and ultimately lose their job, either through quitting or getting fired. What a lot of people don't know is that there's an easy way to remedy most problems you have with your boss or management.

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Richard Isacoff

It only took 3 years for Justice to figure out that mediation might solve 1/2 of the problem. In Bankruptcy Court, the attorneys regularly mediate the issues, get the homeowner into a modification process rather than a foreclosure, and everybody "wins".

Why is a lawsuit/bankruptcy needed to accomplish this? Maybe Justice and the Fed can actually make rules? Oh, and ENFORCE them.

Richard Isacoff
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