OLD1953 wrote:Sounds very familiar to me, as my wife essentially refused to participate in certain schemes involving home equity loans and was fired for ginned up reasons.
Higgenbotham wrote: The description in the first video of how the SEC operates describes how a state environmental agency I worked in operates. That's another part of the pervasive generational aspect. Seeing exactly how a corrupt government agency operates allowed me to piece together likely scenarios in the financial area. Until I was on the inside of a government regulatory agency it was impossible for me to understand what corruption really is and how corrosive it is. I originally took the job because I thought it was important to experience a government regulatory agency first hand. Despite all that I learned and the benefits of learning it, I really wish I hadn't.
vincecate wrote: a CRC.
SovietofWashington wrote:vincecate wrote: a CRC.
Ha, ha...Vince shows his age by reference to a CRC handbook. I bet few under 30 has ever used one (I can guarantee neither of my kids [graduating college with degrees in Bio and Civil Engineering respectively in June] have ever used one despite having both Math Tables and Chemistry/Physics handbooks around the house). Easier to twitter <sigh>.
Higgenbotham wrote:Funny, there's a CRC Handbook about 2 feet from my head right now...
vincecate wrote:Higgenbotham wrote:Funny, there's a CRC Handbook about 2 feet from my head right now...
Mine is about 20 feet away. Back then I had to go to the library because a computer science guy does not really need to own a CRC.
I gave mine to my son when he went to college. I don't think
he ever opened it, however.
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