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Corporations only provide the financial backing, the innovation comes from individuals. If the head honchos think an idea could be a money maker it gets pushed through the patent process. If the head honchos do not fully comprehend an idea it gets dumped.
Been there. Cisco Systems 20 years ago did very well from...more
talmidah, Tuesday, July 27, 2010 5:06:31 AM
The calls started coming in from collection agencies at all times of the day and night six years ago when my husband and I got a "new" home phone number. The number had belonged to (or was used by) two men who owed a lot of people a lot of money. Nothing we say stops the c...more
Be aware that a home office in a kitchen MAY not qualify for a tax deduction under IRS rules even if it really is used for a home business. According to IRS Publication 587 "To qualify under the exclusive use test, you must use a specific area of your home only for your trade or business. The area used for business ca...more
to FourthHorseman (posted Saturday, April 17, 2010 4:29:17 PM)
You drove the 401 at over 110 mph? Must have been in the wee hours of the morning.
Did you ever consider the consequences of someone in front of you in the right lane pulling over to the left lane to pass someone else? They can see your headlights in thei...more
to 5Unreal0 (posted Saturday, April 17, 2010 3:07:20 PM)
If someone is in the left lane doing the speed limit and you consider yourself entitled to drive as fast as you damn well please, then YOU change lanes.
It is amazing how many seem to think that posted speed limits do not apply to them. Obviously they are a wee bit more important than the others on the road who abide by the limits in the interests of safety.
Tabasco Ed: Grow up.
SaftyFirstGurl (and all the other who have made intelligent posts): Nice to read comments ...more
No surprise. I used to own Chryslers, never again. Shoddy design, excessive mechanical and electrical problems, peeling paint, incompetent dealer service, refusal to repair intermittent problems under warranty - they only thing Chrysler is good at is alienating customers into switching brand loyalty. Good riddance.
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