Thursday, March 10, 2011 1:29:10 PM
An Iranian worker at my work, who never took a day off, planned ahead and took that Tuesday off to "paint his house". I will never forget this. I worked in Concord, NH at that time. The next day, my boss, all 6 foot 6", 320lbs of him, stood at the top of the stairs, as the Iranian aproached, and said, "Where the heck where you yesterday? Driving someone to the airport?" I couldn't stop laughing at that. 3 years later, that Iranian was asigned to work under me. Becouse of my lack of desire to train him, and because of the language barrier, I eventually got fired, after 17 years. Strange how the Iranian still works there, and I`m unemployed. Anyone looking for a Printing Press Operator?
Wednesday, March 9, 2011 10:28:53 PM
"I'm not going to watch some video as a source of information to back up your claims. A documentary must be backed up by sources; you do not use the documentary itself as a source. "
Translation: "I`m scared to watch it because it might prove me wrong."
Seriously, it does not matter one bit that it is a video. The video shows all the science behind how free fall has indeed been confirmed. When you look at things scientifically, the source of the information does not matter one bit, all that mattes is the information itself and any scientist will tell you that because anything involving math is checkable AND repeatable. If it is not checkable and repeatable then it is wrong. The information in the video is both checkable and repeatable.