Profile overview for a11en.
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This user has so far shared a total of 3 links, started a total of 0 discussions and submitted a total of 422 comments.

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Beta Male Has a Kid submitted by EarlPoncho to BetaHate

a11en 0 points 44 points (+44|-0) ago

Apparently politics is more important to him than any sense of fatherhood. Because holding a grudge about a democratic election will get much more accomplished than being a father to his child.

Never, ever, coast! submitted by Garlicc to gifs

a11en 0 points 27 points (+27|-0) ago

Basically it's about the yelling. Lol

Emotional speech of fired Disney worker who has been replaced by foreign worker submitted by ChippyTubes to technology

a11en 0 points 26 points (+26|-0) ago

I think the real clincher here is that it's clear that Disney already had workers that fulfilled the technical requirements in the US for these jobs. H1B explicitly is meant to fill positions that are not fillable by US residents. So they had to petition the government to say the workers were needed and not found in the US. Clearly this isn't the case if their own workers are training the H1B hires.

As well often they get petitioned to say said worker is critical to their company and cannot be replaced by a US worker. Then they turn around and claim that they deserve the lowest rate possible on the H1B program (i.e. they need training or similar and therefore cannot command a high rate of pay), hence speaking out of both sides of their mouths at the same time to get the lowest possible salary for the worker they just had to have and couldn't find anywhere else.

Add to this the inability to move companies or positions without returning to your home country, and we have a perfect storm of near-slaves that are taking highly technical jobs in the US. Trump needs to break this cycle.

One idea: allow an H1B status person to leave for a nearly same position with other companies after a period of 6 months. (Effectively making them the same as the US workforce, allowing them to command a similar salary, be more free to work in the field in any company and at the same time make the US resident on more equal footing salary wise.). Maybe even a maintenance fee for any company with an H1B status worker- amounting to the price differential between US resident and H1B status personnel. I think we'd immediately see this type of behavior stop- it has to be less monetarily incentivized to hire these workers.

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A minute late, but whatever, Happy New Year all you glorious people! submitted by sakuramboo to whatever

a11en 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago

Happy New Year!!

cost of university in the eu submitted by iusedtobeonreddit to interestingasfuck

a11en 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago

Subsequent generations average towards the mean of the genetic heritage, undortunately. I think maybe the use of IQ was misplaced here. Certainly having rudimentary schooling is always preferred, but it doesn't raise IQ. Ultimately it won't sustain a democracy. 90+ is required.

cost of university in the eu submitted by iusedtobeonreddit to interestingasfuck

a11en 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago

Unfortunately the IQ trends are strongly based on genetics- if you marry right these can change (think of all the Swedish women and the refugee doctors and engineers). If you marry wrong, nose dives can happen (first cousin marriages being supported by religious dogma).