When the minimum wage rises, employees look for ways to cut back on employment.
Even owners of small businesses often let some of their workers go and elect to do
the work themselves or even bring in more of their family members to help out.
To make matters even worse, many things if not everything rises in cost. The
small business guy that sells a horseshoe for $5 now must sell it for $8. A hamburger
joint that sells a burger for $2.50 now must sell it for $4.00.
That's just one very small real example of what happens.
Raising the minimum wage is not how you put more money in peoples pockets.
That's like when I was a kid and I'd take the empty RC soda bottles to the store
and get $0.02 per bottle.....then I would buy $0.01 candy......and I'd buy $0.05
candy bars. Then one day the minimum wage increased and I took my RC empty
bottles to the store and I still received the $0.02 per bottle but there wasn't any
1 cent candy.....it had all increased to 3 cent and the 5 cent candy bars went up...
doubled in price from a nickel to ten cents.
That's the way slick government often works......lets fool the people.....lets give
em what they think they want.....ha ha ha ha ha!
davidbugs wrote:valerie wrote: I like Trump. I'm not so sure why there are people that hate him.
He is a goof ball but he is smart, has heart, a common person with a good business head on his shoulders.
Donald trump is racist!!
jjohnson777 wrote: Implanted teeth are very expensive. My mom has dry mouth due Rxs she is on. She gets tens of thousands of dental work yearly. So much so the dentist gives her the best rates. She is seeing the 3rd generation of family ran practice. She gets few implants, crowns, and root canals yearly.
I refused see dentists since she loves scaring me every time I about ready to see one.
sp1915 wrote: Are root canals/crowns an option for you Valerie? I wondered myself at what point do you throw in the towel and just get dentures. I have 5 front teeth on the lower with one back tooth. I wear a partial denture and now one of those in the front needs a root canal/crown.
lotoole wrote: The connection between the dental issues and smelling odd odors does make some sense. I've read where dental issues can result in bacteria spreading throughout your body and that includes your brain or even heart valves. It can be a serious health issue so I really hope you can take care of the dental problems soon.
dutch1898 wrote: Re: phantom smoke: Could it be from having smoked before and it repeating itself years after you have quit?
D3rva wrote:valerie wrote: I know this is going to sound crazy but thought I'd ask anyway.
To tell you the truth, I was absolutely shocked to find an enormous
amount of posts all over the internet of people smelling phantom
It is very annoying to say the least. The good part is, it does go
away after some days or some weeks. Months will pass and I don't
smell it and then there it is again. It is a very heavy nauseating
I continue to research it from time to time and I found a post of
a woman stating she figured it out......she says it is her dead
grandmother visiting her.
any chance her dead grandmother left the email so I can send it to her my ClixSense referral link?