RE: Tech Writing & The Economy

Subject: RE: Tech Writing & The Economy
From: Sue Ahrenhold <SAhrenhold -at- IpdSolution -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 20 Feb 2002 11:48:20 -0500

Gee, Nora, you sure made my day!

>>--the US, Canada, etc. who are large landmass countries based on a 17th
century ideal
>>that believe they will eventually disintegrate just as hard as the USSR
did as the 21st
>>economy cannot sustain the anachronistic underpinnings.

>>Try convincing DC lawyers working with mega projects that have died. DC
>>shedding lawyers at a rate only precedence in Hong Kong when the territory

>>reverted to China.

>>Try convincing SE Asia banks they will not collapse a second time.

>>What happens when there is a programming position open and the US person
>>bids $125 plus benefits an hour and a person with more qualifications in
>>India bids $20 with no benefits. That will change the US economy.
>> Don't leave out the impact of the millions dying from AIDS.
>>1/3 of the Egyptian male work force has hepatitis C and will be too ill or
>> work within 10 years.

>>like the polar caps melting that also will affect the economy as global
temps raise because solar energy is not reflected out as it is now.

>>What about when Chicago and Pittsburgh are 20 miles inland because of
>>desertification (take heed from the Ural Sea experience) expected to be so

>>in the next couple of decades?

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