U.S. Bridges and Roads being built by Chinese firms and Chinese workers (Page 7)
Jack, you are right. China does not have enough regulations. America has too many
regulations. They need to meet in the middle somewhere.
And OCD, you are wrong, Jack is not an oracle. He thinks he is, but in reality, he's just like a few others here that...well...Let's just leave it at that.
Comrade_: " China does not have enough regulations. America has too many
regulations. They need to meet in the middle somewhere. " -If that is your opinion.
Davidk14, you and OCD can get upset and throw around insults, I really don't mind, this is the net, I answered Serabi's comment to me whoever wants to question me can and I answered with sources.
Jack, I realize Stewart is gone for the week, but don't take your frustrations out on us.
Comrade_: Davidk14, deep breaths, I'd never take things out on you, I reserve that for people who are worth it, plus think it might be taking advantage of your age.. Trust me, you're pass the prime to troll, don't try it on me, might hurt your wrist typing. Laterz.
I leave it to Stewart to play you like a puppet. I just sit back and enjoy watching you squirm.
Look at Davidk14 bringing up an internet reject as leverage, let me clear this up for you, Stewart75 is not as good as you think, he/she repeats the same things and get's played by everyone, and is probably the same age as you pretending to be a cool internet guy. Could be a girl for all I know.
ok but if this makes you feel a bit better then its ok by me, I'll keep quiet on that. I know it's all you got haahahahaha! ah man, ey take it easy, you too OCD. -peace-
Comrade_: I think it was bound to happen, colonthepunctuation.
I don't know if it was a natural progress...they saw that opening and now flood the markets all in the name of Free-trade & competition but at the expense of Locals..but this is what is supported right.
lavendar_star: I think this new bit of news from England is kind of appropriate for this topic thread, business leaders in the UK are outrages that the contract to print 11 million tickets for the Olympic games (which suppose to help the UK economy which is currently stagnated) is going to a American firm. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-16932505
So it goes both ways, I think people need to aware that nationalism is all good and well but kind of goes against basic principles of Capitalism and the free market.
lavendar_star: Yes it is especially as they are going to have to fly those tickets half way across the world i.e. not very green despite the organisers stating that it was going to be the greenest ever Olympics. The thing is these Olympics were suppose to help our country but as I stated before it just seems to be costing money rather than making money. It seems New York and the other potential cities missed a bullet with that one.
OCD_OCD: It would seem like the host city should be the one receiving the benefit from hosting, which would include all profits not directly associated with a private enterprise such as one who sells shirts, etc. Yes, the potential for income to a host city is huge, but the cost of constructing the facilities is mind-boggling, not to mention the costs of transit and police.
OCD_OCD: I don't know how the Olympic committee comes up with their contractors, but if a city wants to host it, then they should profit from it. If another country wants to make a profit, then they can host it themselves and hire local.