and.. sometimes there is nothing else but to ask for help from the government. In Australia at least, the government pays to help people find the motivation to find a place for themselves in the workplace. Though there are problems administrating suc
I have a niece who several years ago, had become devorced with three young children. No support from her ex husband. Lived in CA and could not afford the high cost of child care while she worked. So she was on welfare for years. Finally, after severa
I see that as a greater incentive proposal than having to beg for money to put food in the shopping trolley/cart. In Italian it is caretta. A work colleague was in The USA and driving along saw so many beggars with shopping trolleys. He stopped and
Thanks so much for taking the time to explain how your state works... when my girlfriend who I met moved here 20 some years ago....she went on public assistance....left a bad situation in Fla....went to nursing school and went to work at our local ho
Bird, as your finances improves your rent slowly increases by a certain percent. If the improvement is enough to get off of Section 8, you are given the option of staying in the luxury apts or find another or house on your own. You are given 1 year
Originally Posted By: birdStay or become gainfully employed ? http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/govern...article/2561812 I think that depends on how the town handles section 8. In the town I live in all the luxury apts, condos, mini mansions acce
10.10.2 on my iMac. Requires a password to log onto it every time. Used to be that we could choose not to have that, but I can only find out how to autolog on to Guest account, not Admin acct. I know, I know...it's best to have it secured. But I don
Well I would be more motivated to try and move my stuff out of my "shopping cart" [I think we call a trolley that here ] and try and get help....I understand how hard it is for folks to get back on their feet under the best of circumstan
Originally Posted By: AusMacMore to the point, what is motivating about living out of a shopping trolley parked in an alley? I guess if one likes living out of a shopping cart in an alley, nothing. My guess would be most people in that situation wou
It made me wonder what this does for any one to encourage any incentive to get off public housing ? What would motivate anyone to move..... Our little town has public housing, but no roof top pool etc....I'm still wondering who would be motivated to
Originally Posted By: Celandine In a big way, I wish he'd fold-over the bucks into the company in order to lower prices thus fulfilling "The OTHER Steve"'s vision of putting the best possible computer within anyone's grasp. It's not like h
In a big way, I wish he'd fold-over the bucks into the company in order to lower prices thus fulfilling "The OTHER Steve"'s vision of putting the best possible computer within anyone's grasp. sorry to come off like a fanboi(goil).. but
Thanx 4 the Linx! Ted's work friends(M$ Fans) were feeding him on APPLE GREED following the announcement of the $10K+ Apple Watch, So I was delighted to show him your Tim Cook link to debunk/dispel the BS
Originally Posted By: MrBI've seen a couple films he has made since politics. I liked how they used him. Reminds me of how Robert Duval, and sean Connery have evolved as they have gotten older. Maybe better than when they were younger Dave Are yo
Xplain's use of MacNews, AppleCentral and AppleExpo are not affiliated with Apple, Inc. MacTech is a registered trademark of Xplain Corporation. AppleCentral, MacNews, Xplain, "The journal of Apple technology", Apple Expo, Explain It, MacDev, MacDev-1, THINK Reference, NetProfessional, MacTech Central, MacTech Domains, MacForge, and the MacTutorMan are trademarks or service marks of Xplain Corp. Sprocket is a registered trademark of eSprocket Corp. Other trademarks and copyrights appearing in this printing or software remain the property of their respective holders.
All contents are Copyright 1984-2010 by Xplain Corporation. All rights reserved. Theme designed by Icreon.