As big as the EPB Fiber pipeline purportedly is, I don't know why the city doesn't flip the switch immediately. Or are they worried that EPB might lose some of their current wired customers?
Good show and best wishes VW!
Ironic that DePriest looks for young people in his church, but he and his cronies refuse to inspire them by adding NASA TV in HD to their network.
Actually upon investigating further, I see he it was not political correctness that let him go as he was working under a contract. Actually pretty shrewd of him to bail early so he could collect a little vacation and relocation money. Still, our students exam scores seem to be no better off for his being here.
Disgraceful political correctness run a muck. Good work if you can get it. He'll just have to sell his $495,000 home and buy another one in the next community he chooses to soak. What a life!
A card laid is a card played. If Tennessee changes the agreed upon terms of this deal, how would other companies feel about future agreements made with our state? Talk about shooting yourself in the foot! That would be a terrible precedent. Leave the deal alone and leave the welcome for business door wide open! WE NEED THE JOBS!!
Agree rockman. I am a white male with a bachelors degree over 50 years old who has been looking for 2 years. I have long since fallen off the radar screen of those who keep employment statistics. I hear my friends complaining week in and week out about working the "old grind" on facebook, and would love to be in their shoes. People who have jobs have no idea how lucky they are and how marginalized some of us feel being among the long-term unemployed. We as a group feel looked upon like we are some kind of outcasts - like there is something wrong with us, but it simply is not so. The unofficial social contract sold to us about guaranteed employment if you get a college degree is now looking like a bill of goods.
Who died and left the Associated Press in charge? I agree totally that the best person for the job should be advanced to leadership responsibility. Unless they are willing to submit themselves to unspeakable acts of torture, women should not participate in active combat roles.
What relevance does this Ventura California report have on the Chattanooga area? Are you trying to cast aspersions on the good priests in the Chattanooga area? Yellow journalism at its finest.
To make matters more confusing and stressful, the long presumed "social contract" that implied a college education would guarantee employment and a living wage to support a family does not exist anymore. This is borne out by the large number of long-term unemployed parents with degrees whose lives have been severely disrupted and are still looking for work.