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Futurama Fry Meme | IF SHE'S MARRIED TO LARRY, I GUESS LAURA | image tagged in memes,futurama fry | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
lol!
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7 ups, 2y,
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yup the only way most women get by financially
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1 up, 2y,
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https://www.cnbc.com/2017/09/12/heres-how-much-money-american-women-earn-at-every-age.html
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0 ups, 2y,
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Trump Fake News | FAKE NEWS | image tagged in trump fake news | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
just a joke *TRIGGER WARNING*
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2 ups, 2y,
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Distracted Boyfriend Meme | FACTS SMART PEOPLE TRUMP SUPPORTERS | image tagged in memes,distracted boyfriend | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
Just facts

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0 ups, 2y
i hate trump and everything he stands for, so i made that meme to show how much of an ass he is.
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0 ups, 2y,
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The people you identify as "smart people" still believe the wage gap is a fact, even after decades of being proven wrong.
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0 ups, 2y,
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me or him?
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0 ups, 2y,
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The person I replied to
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0 ups, 2y
k lol
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17 ups, 2y
Excellent!
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14 ups, 2y,
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Sadly this is true, while kids dream of being lawers and doctors the demand for jobs such as wielders (no fking idea if i spelt that right) and mechanics and other more practical things is where the jobs are
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5 ups, 2y,
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It's amazing how the wage table flipped. An engineer with a bachelor's makes less out of college than a plumber or electrician that went into apprenticeship for the same amount of time. No one wants to do the manual labor so that's where the money is. *welder*
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2 ups, 2y
You’re absolutely correct, don’t listen to the nonsense.
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3 ups, 2y,
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Where do you come up with such nonsense? - Aerospace Engineers earn an average yearly salary of $105,773. Salaries typically start from $62,785 and go up to $152,816.
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2 ups, 2y,
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The problem now (something that we're running into) is that young people aren't going into the "hard sciences" for whatever reasons. On the surface it looks great for older engineers that are in demand but it looks bad for the future - gender studies doesn't design the future unfortunately.
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2 ups, 2y,
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https://www.glassdoor.com/Job/autonomous-vehicle-engineer-jobs-SRCH_KO0,27.htm
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3 ups, 2y
Sorry, i lost track of what i was responding to. Yes, there a lot of engineering jobs - depending on the type of engineering it can be very difficult to fill positions
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2 ups, 2y,
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Which proves what, exactly? We both know that autonomous vehicles are being developed, but i think that we can also agree that a semi is a different level of difficulty than a prius.
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3 ups, 2y,
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2 ups, 2y
Right... more jobs than people... which was my point exactly
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4 ups, 2y,
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You can't automate away plumbers, electricians or hvac (to name a few) and not everyone wants to go to college, regardless of kids being told they have to. Promoting these fields shouldn't be looked down on.
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2 ups, 2y
Absolutely!
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2 ups, 2y,
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5 ups, 2y,
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I guess there's "robot" brothels now
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4 ups, 2y,
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After paying $250
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2 ups, 2y
Well i did say more practical things, Plumbing and electrical degrees fall into that category. Along with many many others things. My dad went to collage back in like the early 80s and he has like two different electrical degrees and its definitely come in handy once and awhile
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3 ups, 2y,
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2 ups, 2y,
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Sort of. Seems like it was more about "blue collar" jobs and less about jobs lost to automation. "Laura" seems to be jobless because of a poor degree choice rather than robots
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3 ups, 2y,
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2 ups, 2y
Tell the conservatives to stop cutting school funding.
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3 ups, 2y
PS- Just because you believe something to be true, does not make it so - https://www.bls.gov/emp/tables/occupations-most-job-growth.htm
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13 ups, 2y,
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Haha!
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9 ups, 2y,
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:)
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13 ups, 2y,
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5 ups, 2y
Lmao
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3 ups, 2y
The Patriarchy is a social construct, like gender
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5 ups, 2y,
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Yeah, i was having a discussion about this exact thing a while back. Seems to me that maybe the nation's highways (in general) are well maintained enough to allow for automation, but the surface streets are in no shape for it. It would take a major investment to get them to the point where it'll be dock to dock automation - i foresee a middle step where OTR drivers are needed for getting to and from the highway, and for making sure that everything goes smoothly in between. Based on the poorly maintained infrastructure i don't see full automation for many decades - but that's just my opinion.
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It may not be, but it seems to me that (depending on what manner of sensing is used) that poorly marked or maintained roads could be a limiting factor - but that's not the only issue. Personally, and you'd know better than i would, i can't imagine an automated truck navigating a major city (for example) - not because of road condition, but because of lack of markings (in some case) or other drivers. While potholes are a concern, there's a lot of other variables that need to be addressed - again, my opinion.
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It's incredibly complex - and highways are a good starting point... straight, flat, relatively constant speed. Making something for that is relatively much easier than through the middle of town.

It's interesting when you start getting into the "what if" programming choices, like in an instant, for whatever reason, the car has a choice between driving through pedestrians (and killing them) or driving off a cliff (and killing the driver) - which does it choose? How many possible scenarios would you need to consider?
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2 ups, 2y
:)
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