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www.iswearenglish.com Listen to and try to copy how I say these simple sentences I’m a/an/the/- (vowel/consonant) (negative) (question) I’m a boy I’m an Englishman I’m the boy I’m the Englishman I’m not a girl I’m not an Irishman I’m not the girl I’m not the Irishman Am I a boy? Am I an Englishman? Am I the boy? Am I the Englishman? I’ve (done/been) a/an/the/- (vowel/consonant) (negative) (question) I’ve done a bad thing. I’ve done an awful thing. I’ve done the bad thing. I’ve done the awful thing. I haven’t done a good thing. I haven’t done an awful thing. I haven’t done the good thing. I haven’t done the awful thing. Have I done a bad thing? Have I done an awful thing? Have I done the bad thing? Have I done the awful thing?
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Native Spanish speakers show you how to use Spanish Negative Tu Commands!
This is an art lesson that teaches about the art principal of space. Specifically Positive and Negative space and how they react to each other. Materials Needed: -12×18 white paper -4×6 black paper -scissors -glue stick For a complete lesson plan and list of materials go to my teaching blog artlessonvideosonline.blogspot.com
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Olga Naidenko, a Senior Scientist at EWG, informs us on the dangers of using non-stick pans, like Teflon, when cooking in your kitchen. Teflon pans produce toxic fumes which can create allergies and flu like symptom for users. EWG recommends avoiding Teflon pans and using cast iron or stainless steel pans. For more information visit www.ewg.org.
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Question by bmovies60: Is it too soon for the negative effects of Obamacare to kick in now?
AT&T will take $ 1B non-cash charge for health care
NEW YORK (AP) – AT&T Inc. said Friday it will take a $ 1 billion non-cash charge in the first quarter related to the health care overhaul.
AT&T’s charge is the largest announced so far. Earlier this week, AK Steel Corp., Caterpillar Inc., Deere & Co. and Valero Energy announced similar accounting charges, saying the health care law that President Barack Obama signed Tuesday will raise their expenses.
AT&T said the charge is to reflect the change of the tax treatment of Medicare subsidies. Companies say the health care overhaul will make a subsidy that companies receive for retiree drug coverage taxable in 2011.
Negative impact of ObamaCare already kicking in
Remember, the so-called ‘benefits’ of the program will not begin until 2014. But the fees, taxes, and other surcharges that are essential to the plan go into effect immediately.
This has led to some disturbing consequences just within the last 24 hours.
Karl Denninger via WRSA reported this:
From the forum:
“So I just got a call from my health insurance provider. My family rates are going up $ 200/month … $ 2400/year per employee effective April 1st. Didn’t take long after signing to get this s**t going.
So much for the “my plan will save Americans” $ 2500/year in Healthcare premiums.
****** liar in chief. ”
This is not the only troubling development as a consequence of ObamaCare. A local radio station in the Upstate of South Carolina, which has a call-in show each afternoon, was inundated with calls Tuesday afternoon concerning hospitals turning away Medicare patients this week.
One elderly woman was sent home from the emergency room after the bare minimum of treatment with a fever of 103 degrees. When she was forced to return to the emergency room within 24 hours, due to the fact that she was not adequately treated the first time, the doctor informed her they could not give her care because it was ‘too soon after her initial treatment.’
Some careful research on this issue uncovered a little-known, unreported matter involving government control of healthcare. According to none other than the Senate’s late champion of socialized medicine, Ted Kennedy, much of the excess cost of Medicare comes from readmissions within 30 days of initial treatment. Thus, proponents of government control of healthcare costs advocate limiting readmissions.
And what, precisely, was the ‘fix’ for that cost run-up? Ban Medicare recipients from receiving follow-up care within 30 days of their initial treatment as part of government-run healthcare.
In anticipation of these homicidal measures being implemented once ObamaCare kicks in full-steam, apparently the government is getting in some early target practice on denying care for the elderly.
WRSA raises another critical issue:
I suggest that each reader who is employed and currently has health insurance check with your human resources department about the immediate/near-term impact of Obamacare on your benefits package.
At BigDumbCo, we were told in December by one of the big dogs that passage of either the House or the Senate bill would gravely imperil the company’s willingness to offer health insurance, due to the financial impact.
If that is true (and please check with your own management team), Team Freedom has a helluva recruiting opportunity coming up with the folks who didn’t think Obamacare really mattered to them.
So not only is care already being rationed for the elderly and insurance premiums skyrocketing in just 48 hours, but the grand plan of Obama and the Democrats will result in companies dropping healthcare coverage for their employees altogether.
AP: Say, guess what we just found in ObamaCare!
Congress passed the bill without knowing what was in it. Barack Obama signed it without reading it. Now it looks as though the Associated Press reported on ObamaCare without comprehending its content. Readers will have to scroll far down to discover that the elimination of a key tax break that kept retirees on company prescription-medication plans will mean dumping millions of seniors onto Medicare — and that the AP ignored it until now:
The health care overhaul will cost U.S. companies billions and make them more likely to drop prescription drug coverage for retirees because of a change in how the government subsidizes those benefits.
In the first two days after the law was signed, three major companies — Deere & Co., Caterpillar Inc. and Valero Energy — said they expect to take a total hit of $ 265 million to account for smaller tax deductions in the future.
With more than 3,500 companies now getting the tax break as an incentive to keep p
With more than 3,500 companies now getting the tax break as an incentive to keep providing coverage, others are almost certain to announce similar cost increases in the weeks ahead as they sort out the impact of the change.
Figuring out what it will mean for retirees will take longer, but analysts said as many as 2 million could lose the prescription drug coverage provided by their former employers, leaving them to enroll in Medicare’s program
Answer by SithLord
No, they will kick in later. And by that time the media will spin the problems caused by Obamacare as being the fault of something else, or they will simply create some news to distract the public, like they are now with all the talk of “domestic terrorism” violence.
Welcome to your new America. Hope you got some snapshots of the old America, for you are not likely to see her again.
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Question by shwndjones: why do we as a people have so many negative people in the work place?
I’m 31yrs old and have been working since I was 14yrs old I come to work to provide a service waht ever job I may be doing I went from selling college books for 6.50hr to one our prestiges michgan Avenue Hotels for 9.01hr and now I land in a fortune five hundred company csa here for 11hr and can you believe selling books for alittle bit of nothing was more professional than these last two jobs dont get me wrong I hate switching jobs I sold books for 9yrs.I was looking for a pay increase of any kind I want to go to work and actually do my job and do it right every body has bad days and don;t want to do anything but you must because when you don’t people like me get trampled and mis treated in the work place when you do your best every day no matter the circumstances. I’m tired and wish I could just start my own business or go into human resources because alot starts there.
Answer by JBenn
Sometimes people settle for jobs, whether it is because of pay, benefits, co-workers, etc. Honestly, there is the right job out there for everyone, and yes, there will be bad days, but ultimately unless the individual is truly satisfied and they have an identity in their place of employment then money and benefits can only go so far. Sometimes even the jobs that seem the most simple in life are the most satisfying, that’s why you see people with degrees working in jobs outside of their professions and accepting a lower salary or dollar on the hour. Keep working with the company, establish a great reputation there, one for an upbeat personality, and human resources often isn’t too far away, and then you can be the one weeding through the negative candidates and not hiring just based on credentials.
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Question by : Why so many negative comments instead of helpful answers here? What can be done to stop it?
people jumping to conclusions or making assumptions instead of just accepting the information given.
For example, when I asked for parenting help & said I’m pregnant and needed help at home & my husband won’t help me at all, (I even mentioned I’m disabled) People are all like “stop being lazy” or “I can do so you can to”, or “your husband is a man, sweety, figure it out” but hardly nothing HELPFUL was said.
Years back when I was homeless, I asked for ideas to search for resources…instead of getting answers people were saying stuff like “how are you homeless if you have internet access”. They couldn’t just ACCEPT that I had asked the question and given and answer. I don’t see a reason to give a 3 paragraph back story to every single thing I say, it’s also none of their business. With that one, most homeless have at least a library card and use the internet at the library or a friend/relative’s house. Just because your homeless doesn’t mean that you’re retarded, broke or even totally helpless. And yea, sometimes your family just doesn’t want you. A lot of teens I met were kicked out because their parents were abusive and then booted them at young ages. It just happened to occur in my life when I was 18 so I wasn’t able to get many resources as a legal adult, EVEN THOUGH I WAS DISABLE THEN TOO. That makes everything harder and people still treat you like crap.
Yea, it’s my decision to have kids with all these problems but you never assume your partner will suddenly turn into a neglectful person when you need them the most either. On the other hand, having kids suddenly made all kinds of other resources like shelter/food/medical available to me that I never had before. I think that it’s sad that nobody helps you really, before that. I’m finally down to one or two benefits that I hope to get rid of soon. The only thing is I’m sure I will have to continue applying for disability benefits if I don’t find a job I can do (and if my husband never realized what he’s doing) as things with me are only getting worse.
I am tired of all the abusive comments, being belittled, is Yahoo!Answers able to weed these people out or am I stuck with getting no real answer sometimes?
Answer by Animal Lover<3
Some people are just rude & immature.
Sometimes i get awesome advice on here that some people couldnt even pay for a profesional to give, but sometimes it’s the other way around.
there’s too many careless people on here.
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