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Who is going to pick up the HIGH IQ Trash?



October 25, 2010 – Comments (1)

10,000 tons of garbage pile up in Marseille...

EU to Italy: Clean up Naples trash or face fines

it's just what happens when Atlas Shrugged......

ATLANTIC CITY - Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa has cut 3 percent of its work force in response to declining business, the company said Monday night.

Borgata did not divulge the exact number of layoffs or elaborate on the types of jobs that were eliminated. The most recent employment figures compiled by the New Jersey Casino Control Commission show that Borgata had a total of 6,685 workers in September, so a 3 percent cut would equal about 200 jobs.

Borgata and Atlantic City's 10 other casino hotels have been eliminating jobs in the past two months, reflecting the traditional post-Labor Day slowdown in tourism and the weak economy. Atlantic City has also been hurt by competition from the Pennsylvania casinos, which expanded their gambling attractions this summer by introducing new table games.

Altogether, the gaming industry slashed nearly 1,400 jobs in September. Borgata, which has the city's largest work force, cut 272 jobs then. The approximately 200 layoffs announced by Borgata on Monday were about the same number of cuts in October 2009, when 175 jobs were eliminated at the casino.


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#1) On October 25, 2010 at 10:54 PM, alstry (< 20) wrote:

America's High IQers keep getting higher......

Highest Earner' Pay Quintupled in 2009: Data Shows 

Interesting how much smarter the smart Americans get in such a short period of time......but that must mean a bunch got dumber in the same period of time......

and the trash keeps piling up....

Newark NJ - 251 Sanitation Workers

anyone think that maybe the key link between the high income earners in America is the SIZE OF THE HANDOUT THEY GET FROM WALL STREET AND WASHINGTON.....AND REALLY HAS VERY LITTLE TO DO WITH IQ?

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