I'm not being an ass, I will bet you that in a couple of months they will get a check to start rebuiding the infrastructure of that town, whats wrong with that prediction, it seems like the obvious to me.
Talk about your 'big business.' Anybody else see how Walmart 'stepped up to the pump?' Pledged a combined 23 million (from company and foundation) so far, and ANY employee of Walmart displaced by the disaster is GUARANTEED a job at ANY other Walmart store! Anywhere! I'm impressed!
Just FYI. Don't get your shorts in a wad if the big money boys like Gates, et. al. don't jump in with millions. Remember a little thing a short while ago called the Tsunami? These business giants pretty well pledged all they could for the year when that occurred, and anything else that comes is gonna have to be on top of that.
I am still curious how a local government i.e. New Orleans, (yeah the Mayor with class!) that had already been given millions to put an emergency plan in place, DIDN'T HAVE ONE. I'd like to see THAT paper trail thank you very much!
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I se you have a dificult time in relating one type of event to another,you need everything to matchup perfectly in order to determine a plausible outcome, well so much for the advanced cognitive skills program I havew now ekected to stay out of this debate, (for your benefit )
Guys, gruvn is still pissed that halliburton got the contract in Iraq instead of his buddies in france or germany. By the way, are there any other companies that were large enough to rebuild Iraq? I'm not saying haliburton's not crooked, I'm just saying that SOME people need to get over the fact that the VP used to be the CEO.