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“Legumes of the World Unite ”

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#55327 Jun 24, 2013
MUQ wrote:
Hope you comeback with more SUNTA - BUNTA monologues!!
I think I will wait for the movie.

“Act Interdimensional ly”

Since: Jan 08

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#55328 Jun 24, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
<quoted text>
My profound apologies
I misspoke
This is what I should of said:
"INDIANS, once they learn to speak English, make the BEST call center employees...."
As someone who has spent a lot of years running just those type of centres ... I can tell you that is not the case.

They actually make incredibly poor centre employees -- but, you can hire four of them for every US-based employee and still save a lot of money.
MUQ

Dammam, Saudi Arabia

#55329 Jun 24, 2013
Rick Moss wrote:
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As someone who has spent a lot of years running just those type of centres ... I can tell you that is not the case.
They actually make incredibly poor centre employees -- but, you can hire four of them for every US-based employee and still save a lot of money.
That is why you are hiring them four for every US and STILL save money!!

No doubt US going down the drain. Had it not been for their Arms industry and "twisting" arms of friendly nations, it would be all over.

No problem, Eat McDonald and drink plenty of wine.

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

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#55330 Jun 24, 2013
MUQ wrote:
<quoted text>
That is why you are hiring them four for every US and STILL save money!!
No doubt US going down the drain. Had it not been for their Arms industry and "twisting" arms of friendly nations, it would be all over.
No problem, Eat McDonald and drink plenty of wine.
McDonalds growth in the US has been flat over the last 40 years, but its growth internationally has been linear. So perhaps you should watch your McDonalds consumption not us.

As far as wine goes, thanks! Good for the heart.

Its not our arms industry you should worry about. Its our aviation industry. And by the way, those things you hear are not mosquitoes.

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

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#55331 Jun 24, 2013
MUQ wrote:
<quoted text>
That is why you are hiring them four for every US and STILL save money!!
Simply because Indians, unlike Americans, poor workers they may be, are at least willing to do such shtty jobs.

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

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#55332 Jun 24, 2013
Rick Moss wrote:
<quoted text>
As someone who has spent a lot of years running just those type of centres ... I can tell you that is not the case.
They actually make incredibly poor centre employees -- but, you can hire four of them for every US-based employee and still save a lot of money.
You might call them poor workers, but try to get them off script sometime and God forbid, actually solve a problem.

Thats why I chuckle at Yodas nonsense.

Furthermore, I went to school with plenty of foreign grad students (yes, it was quite a while ago). Understanding that it is impossible to generalize an international phenomena, one thing that impressed me was their work ethic. They put in hours no sane American would bother to do.

However, hours do not compensate for lack of creativity - and often it seemed like a mask for for the fact many simply didnt understand our culture and ways of doing things to get things done - i.e. they NEEDED to put these hours in to survive in our system. Efficiency wise, I was not impressed.
former res

Cheshire, CT

#55333 Jun 24, 2013
HughBe wrote:
HughBe--- You are correct that being gay is NOT a choice as no one chooses to be mentally ill.
Being gay is as much a mental illness as being straight is.
And as much of a choice.
HughBe wrote:
Former--- Experts disagree but it is clearly not a choice, except maybe in prison but then it is not who they are but simply what they are doing at the time. As in "any old port in a storm."
HughBe--- It is clear only to those with an UNCLEAN agenda and desire.
As much as being straight is.
HughBe wrote:
Former---These words were written by men you fool.
HughBe--- Listen well ANUS, do you understand the difference between a scribe and an author? Tell me the difference.
Former--Sure I do. But you have not one shred of evidence these words were dictated by your god almighty or that he ever did or does now exist. You are truly lost.
HughBe --- I am still waiting for the difference.
The explanation is being offered by you, not me.

You have the burden of proof, not me.
HughBe wrote:
Former--I shouldn't have blamed it on your geography.
HughBe--- 3rd world has nothing to do with geography it is political and in my mind it is racial
Yes, but whether you live there or not depends on YOUR geography.

Do you believe the relationship to race is via correlation/association or more or causative relationship?
HughBe wrote:
Former--Is where you were born a choice or an accident of birth?
HughBe--- Intelligent.
Always.
HughBe wrote:
Former---Were you created in Jamaica?
HughBe--- No.
Where you conceived? Delivered? Brought into the world?
HughBe wrote:
HughBe--Recall, homosexuality was classified as a PSYCHIATRIC disorder/DISEASE and I believe that the initial classification was and is correct.
Former---I believe that changed over 40 years ago.
HughBe--- But not the disease.
So you are again calling homosexuality a disease?

Is it difficult to keep track of your own inconsistencies?

Remember, the truth is easier - it never changes.
HughBe wrote:
Former--Is it ok if we evolve and learn as we go?
HughBe--- Only if TRUE.
Any is this up to you and your ancient texts written by men to decide?
HughBe wrote:
HughBe--- Evil is NEVER correct....


Calling a black person diseased or a gay person diseased sounds evil to this white man.

ps..Why do you say you were not created? Explain please.
former res

Cheshire, CT

#55334 Jun 24, 2013
HughBe wrote:
<quoted text>
I am a bathroom attendant....
I have no problem with honest employment.

As long as you don't bother your clients with your religious
drivel. They are only there to take care of personal business.

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

Since: Sep 11

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#55335 Jun 24, 2013
former res wrote:
<quoted text>
I have no problem with honest employment.
As long as you don't bother your clients with your religious
drivel. They are only there to take care of personal business.
But one of the best religious experiences a man can have is a good crp.
JOEL

India

#55336 Jun 24, 2013
FRIJOLES is neither creative nor logical nor does he have an aptitude for math/science.Had this retard been in India, he'd have stood no chance in the entrances and would have ended up a rabbi, a Hebrew teacher or a mohel (given his attraction to dicks). An average Asian high schooler can easily outwit this Zionist idiot in math and science. In the US, it's possible for a substandard student to gain entry to grad school and complete a doc but not in asia. Besides, the grad schools in the US are becoming increasingly dominated by foreign born students mainly asians who take away most of the phds in engineering and math. So, given the low intellectual standards of Frijoles, it's certain this mathematicall y and scientifically challenged dunce studied at a third rate college where low academic standards prevail. I laugh at this retard and homo - Frijoles. LMAO.
JOEL

India

#55337 Jun 24, 2013
Today's mock test was difficult.I did pretty well but missed out on certain questions for lack of time. The test lasted 3 hours and was corrected by this ex-barc scientist thereafter. The next hour or so was spent understanding key concepts explained by him.
JOEL

India

#55338 Jun 24, 2013
HUGH,

I will post an ordinary question on the cube roots of unity followed by a rather challenging application question of the IIT JEE level. The barc level of questions includes the level of difficulty of the IIT JEE/Math Olympiad and goes beyond and the range of topics of the barc entrance to doctorate programs expectedly covers the syllabi of grades 11 to the master's level. Let's discover the depth of your British A level education. You couldn't solve that 5 seconds simple question concerning the greased pole. Shame.
HughBe

Kingston, Jamaica

#55339 Jun 24, 2013
JOEL wrote:
No, Hugh, I'm not bringing in ex-master's assertion nor my own yogic experiences when referring to the afterlife. Objectively speaking, it's obvious that when the indwelling consciousness-energy exits the body leading to a condition called death, it's only logical to assume that the disembodied consciousness and energy are not destroyed in keeping with the principle of conservation and if we bring in causation as a logical necessity then it's easy to understand that the disembodied consciousness and energy survive the death of the body and that in the disembodied state they vibrate at their respective frequencies that're largely determined by the psychological, emotional and physical tendencies of the same (consciousness and energy) when they were embodied. Now, what those experiences of the disembodied consciousness and energy are have to be experienced but religious explanations of the afterlife are silly tales with emphasis on physical heavens and physical hells.
Joel---Objectively speaking, it's obvious that when the indwelling consciousness-energy exits the body leading to a condition called death, it's only logical to assume that the disembodied consciousness and energy are not destroyed in keeping with the principle of conservation

Hugh--- Are you really talking about a principle that states that energy cannot be created or destroyed? Yes you are.

Show me the scientific evidence for the ORIGIN of energy.

Finally, it seems to me to be a principle based on FAITH and not on OBJECTIVITY.

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

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#55340 Jun 24, 2013
JOEL wrote:
Had this retard been in India, he'd have stood no chance in the entrances and would have ended up a rabbi, a Hebrew teacher.........
.....or a mohel (given his attraction to dicks).
I wouldnt say I am attracted to you per se, but you do seem possessed with following me around, so maybe that would suffice to make your comment valid.

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

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#55341 Jun 24, 2013
JOEL wrote:
Besides, the grad schools in the US are becoming increasingly dominated by foreign born students mainly asians who take away most of the phds in engineering and math.
That used to be true for a short period in the 90s and 2000s, but no longer the case as far as I know.

If you have any data to support your point, I am all ears...but I get the feeling that you are FOS as usual.

Did you have to practice your American English BEFORE they hired you at the center? Or do they provide the coaching after?
JOEL

Pune, India

#55342 Jun 24, 2013
Ha ha ha ha ha...the Jamaican retard is online posting nonsense.
yehoshooah adam

Denver, CO

#55343 Jun 24, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
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Lets just say there is a reason why all the Call Centers are in Mumbai and not San Francisco.
rabbee: as easy as finding an aero-space engineer in Houston, after the big layoff. when all you had to do is say, hey waiter.
HughBe

Kingston, Jamaica

#55344 Jun 24, 2013
JOEL wrote:
Hugh,
You may love Frijoles siknce you're sexually attracted to him.
Well, that's besides the point.
Anyway, both of you are sailing in same boat as Frijoles and you lack intelligence and are religious fanatics.
This has made me review my earlier opinion about Frijoles.
He's adorable in some ways when he's in a humoros mood but that innate fanaticism, tribalism, bias, injustice and non-intelligence always accompany his fun-loving moods and this is a huge put off that show him in a very poor light.
If I ever were to meet Frijoles in person, I'd have simply wished him well, made small talk and sat aside busying myself with intelligent, non-sectarian and refined people while he cozied up to fellow Zionists and non-intellectuals. He does not exude class, intelligence and fair-mindedness.
You can have him.
1.He is fair-minded provided it has nothing to do with his CULT.

2. I am not attracted to men sexually.

3. I believe that we including Frijoles could have enjoyable fellowship as long as religion is omitted.

4. Based on what he has said about qualifying for Mensa he is no doubt very bright in his neck of the woods/country. However, if a comparison was made with my bloodline he would occupy a special class consisting of ONE at the bottom.
former res

Cheshire, CT

#55345 Jun 24, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
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But one of the best religious experiences a man can have is a good crp.
Very true.

But Huggy babbling in one's ear would only diminish the experience.
yehoshooah adam

Denver, CO

#55346 Jun 24, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
<quoted text>
I wouldnt say I am attracted to you per se, but you do seem possessed with following me around, so maybe that would suffice to make your comment valid.
rabbee: you are just sooo tooo lucky, i guess - better you, than me.

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