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  1. #1
    mark Guest

    YOU NEED TO READ THIS


    Read this news article and then convince me we need more H1-B visas. Write
    your congressm delegation and tell them to "just say no!" to H1-B visas.

    "Anonymous" <anony@mous.org> wrote:
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    >http://news.com.com/2100-1017-832553.html
    >
    >
    >
    >



  2. #2
    Michael Q. Gautier Guest

    Re: YOU NEED TO READ THIS


    Check this out. A judge somewhere learned that there was a policy enforced
    by the network people to monitor email of all courthouse computers. The judge
    place some type of "hold" on that. Now, he probably wouldn't have made that
    judgement for an employee at a corporation, but because it happened to him
    and he happened to have the power, something occured.

    H1-Bs are not going away until some of the top managers and executives at
    these firms get H1-B replaced. Imagine what is going to happen in a few decades
    or sooner when these non-Americans come over an naturalize and setup businesses
    using skills/contacts they got from their former employers (now competitors).
    They will have the pool of talent (overseas) and the more intimate connections
    with that talent pool. The executive today who made the bad choices will
    simply be retiring and their sons and daughters will be left with less competitive
    recourse but to either quite or join.

    "mark" <marktaylor@copebhs.com> wrote:
    >
    >Read this news article and then convince me we need more H1-B visas. Write
    >your congressm delegation and tell them to "just say no!" to H1-B visas.
    >
    >"Anonymous" <anony@mous.org> wrote:
    >>
    >>http://news.com.com/2100-1017-832553.html
    >>
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    >>

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  3. #3
    mark Guest

    Re: YOU NEED TO READ THIS


    The fools. Don't these morons realize that someday even the CIOs will be
    offshore? We are moving to a place where there are no borders economically.
    It isn't deliberate or sinister, it's just the inevitable consquence of
    pure capitalism. A few will own everything. The rest will be economic slaves.
    Kurt Vonnegut's fictional work Player Piano is becoming truth.

    I think the best thing one can do right now is to become a "small, mobile,
    intelligent unit" (Robert Fripp) and work for one's self. Guerilla development
    competing against the offshore brokers. The paradigm oof being a Full-time-work-hard-for-the-company-and-the-company-will-take-ccare-of-you
    is dead. The shareholders don't know who you are and don't care who you
    are.




    "Michael Q. Gautier" <gautier_michael@hotmail.com> wrote:
    >
    >Check this out. A judge somewhere learned that there was a policy enforced
    >by the network people to monitor email of all courthouse computers. The

    judge
    >place some type of "hold" on that. Now, he probably wouldn't have made that
    >judgement for an employee at a corporation, but because it happened to him
    >and he happened to have the power, something occured.
    >
    >H1-Bs are not going away until some of the top managers and executives at
    >these firms get H1-B replaced. Imagine what is going to happen in a few

    decades
    >or sooner when these non-Americans come over an naturalize and setup businesses
    >using skills/contacts they got from their former employers (now competitors).
    >They will have the pool of talent (overseas) and the more intimate connections
    >with that talent pool. The executive today who made the bad choices will
    >simply be retiring and their sons and daughters will be left with less competitive
    >recourse but to either quite or join.
    >
    >"mark" <marktaylor@copebhs.com> wrote:
    >>
    >>Read this news article and then convince me we need more H1-B visas. Write
    >>your congressm delegation and tell them to "just say no!" to H1-B visas.
    >>
    >>"Anonymous" <anony@mous.org> wrote:
    >>>
    >>>http://news.com.com/2100-1017-832553.html
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>

    >>

    >



  4. #4
    Michael Gautier Guest

    Re: YOU NEED TO READ THIS


    I think "guerilla" businesses will succeed mainly with servicing small and
    medium businesses whose budgets are not compatible with certain high end
    corporate offerings. Also, some large corps are more removed from the person
    to person negotiations and sales. There will continue to be small and medium
    businesses that will apprecieate personal responsiveness. Like you said,
    the control will stem from the few. Corporations don't threaten small businesses,
    but potentially move into areas of political governance by virtue of their
    economic influence. This would be the real problem.

    "mark" <mataylor1@prodigy.net> wrote:
    >
    >The fools. Don't these morons realize that someday even the CIOs will be
    >offshore? We are moving to a place where there are no borders economically.
    > It isn't deliberate or sinister, it's just the inevitable consquence of
    >pure capitalism. A few will own everything. The rest will be economic

    slaves.
    > Kurt Vonnegut's fictional work Player Piano is becoming truth.
    >
    >I think the best thing one can do right now is to become a "small, mobile,
    >intelligent unit" (Robert Fripp) and work for one's self. Guerilla development
    >competing against the offshore brokers. The paradigm oof being a Full-time-work-hard-for-the-company-and-the-company-will-take-ccare-of-you
    >is dead. The shareholders don't know who you are and don't care who you
    >are.
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >"Michael Q. Gautier" <gautier_michael@hotmail.com> wrote:
    >>
    >>Check this out. A judge somewhere learned that there was a policy enforced
    >>by the network people to monitor email of all courthouse computers. The

    >judge
    >>place some type of "hold" on that. Now, he probably wouldn't have made

    that
    >>judgement for an employee at a corporation, but because it happened to

    him
    >>and he happened to have the power, something occured.
    >>
    >>H1-Bs are not going away until some of the top managers and executives

    at
    >>these firms get H1-B replaced. Imagine what is going to happen in a few

    >decades
    >>or sooner when these non-Americans come over an naturalize and setup businesses
    >>using skills/contacts they got from their former employers (now competitors).
    >>They will have the pool of talent (overseas) and the more intimate connections
    >>with that talent pool. The executive today who made the bad choices will
    >>simply be retiring and their sons and daughters will be left with less

    competitive
    >>recourse but to either quite or join.
    >>
    >>"mark" <marktaylor@copebhs.com> wrote:
    >>>
    >>>Read this news article and then convince me we need more H1-B visas.

    Write
    >>>your congressm delegation and tell them to "just say no!" to H1-B visas.
    >>>
    >>>"Anonymous" <anony@mous.org> wrote:
    >>>>
    >>>>http://news.com.com/2100-1017-832553.html
    >>>>
    >>>>
    >>>>
    >>>>
    >>>

    >>

    >



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