My late grandfather sold cars all his life, and successfully supported his family from it.
Really says a lot about this person that she would imply that people who support their families are subhuman pieces of shit.
If you're not one of them, they hate you. Any benevolence to your regard is barely veiled paternalism that stems from their feeling of superiority to you.
Every damn time.
A message for canadians: I'm not telling you to not produce your income tax documents on time.
However, I am telling you to ask yourself why you are REQUIRED to spend several hours telling your masters how much of your income they are entitled to while they can't even be bothered to produce a budget.
I have never had a positive interaction with the police before having to deal with the force in Monaco. All 5 I talked to were very respectful and professional, much nicer than the tren-addled North American cops who all seem to have grown up without a dad.
Special shout-out to His Serene Highness Prince Albert II for keeping his police force in check.
Maybe Triple H was right about monarchies all along.
I got such good service with Tele2 in Estonia that I sent my rep a postcard.
It cost me 2 euros, and she has received recognition from all the firm up to the CEO.
This is obvious with anybody with business experience I guess, but I have learned that if you do business with people who are doing extraordinary work, it is always worth it to show your appreciation in ways other than prompt payment.
After AstraZeneca clot findings, France opts for mRNA vaccines for second shot | National Post
"Our approach is absolutely not to engage in a gigantic experimentation on the French population"
...which is why you're vaccinating the whole population with brand new vaccines that haven't gone through normal approvals? And are now proposing to mix-and-match those vaccines in ways that haven't been tested?
Sorry, there's no getting around it: this is a gigantic experiment.
@verretor this is the truly inhumane part of considering immigration am unalloyed good. Good for who? We really aught to tell these poor folks that they are being brought it to extend the life of a dying country.
@nvk can you clue us in a bit more? I still don’t know who or what all these non-specific posts are directed at lol.
My kin will avenge the Sardinians and liberate Nizza from it’s french occupation. In league with friendly Ligurians and the Principality of Monaco, we’ll make a Nicexit happen.
French TV talking about the Italian “demographic winter”.
I hereby declare that if I, my family and descendants are fully tax exempt for the next 100 years, I will move into the country, take on as many wives as I can support, and singlehandedly orchestrate an Italo-Quebecois neo-ethnogenesis that will put a firm base on the italian demographic pyramid.
Imagine engaging in rabbinical discussions on the ethics of polyamory and writing lengthy "autoethnographic works" (tumblr posts) on your first world problems in the context of saving the world from climate change (???) when people are out here producing most of their dietary needs on suburban lots.
Lots of talk of increased role of private lenders in the debt crisis unfolding.
Trudeau says the pandemic response is proof the the world can act to get to SDGs.
Hard to not see the spectre of global totalitarianism that the conspiracy folks are on about with talking points like that.
Exiled maigre blanc d’Amérique exercising his constitutionally guaranteed right to be online.
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