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'Shift of 6 million jobs to India cannot be stopped'
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Your Special Friend
2004-01-10 20:33:27 UTC
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http://news.indiainfo.com/2004/01/05/0501outsource.html

'Shift of 6 million jobs to India cannot be stopped'
Monday, January 5 2004 18:35 Hrs (IST)

New York: India is likely to benefit from the exodus of high tech jobs
from North America as over 6 million jobs are expected to shift
overseas in a decade.

"In the next decade, as many as six million jobs might be sent to
India and other nations by US Companies in search of lower costs and a
tech-savvy, English-speaking workforce," Goldman Sachs Group Inc said
in a recent report.

"The shift of North American technology jobs to low-wage countries
like India cannot be stopped because not only are Indian Companies a
third of the cost, but they actually are better," said Pradeep Sood,
president of Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce.

Indian workers earn as little as one-tenth of their North American
counterparts, and India produces 67 per cent more engineers and
computer scientists each year than the US, said Sood, suggesting that
India should take full advantage of its low salaries and skilled work
force.

A number of multinational corporations like Microsoft, Intel,
Accenture Ltd and GM Motors have already started taking advantage of
cheaper costs in India.

Microsoft, which employs 250 workers in India, is on track to double
its workforce to 500 by 2005.

Intel, the global chip giant, has invested $ 20 million in an Indian
customer service centre of Satyam Computer Services Ltd, one of the
biggest software makers in the country.

Intel employs about 1,000 people in India and has its largest non-US
chip design centre in Bangalore. Accenture Ltd, which manages business
computer systems for clients including AT&T company, plans to double
its workforce in India to as many as 10,000 by the end of this year.

General Motors Corporation, the world's well-known auto-maker, plans
to hire 100 researchers in Bangalore to develop lightweight material
and conduct crash tests, according to economic experts in Toronto.
Wake Up America
2004-01-10 21:31:45 UTC
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Sorry,

Not Exactly! The US companies brought the India students into America and
educated them to then takeover the US market, at taxpayers expense. I know
they are hard working, but they now will have to even work harder. And when
they get no pay for long days... They will learn why the wages were so high
in the United States. There in employers will do the same thing to them
that did to us.

Enjoy The Greed
Post by Your Special Friend
http://news.indiainfo.com/2004/01/05/0501outsource.html
'Shift of 6 million jobs to India cannot be stopped'
Monday, January 5 2004 18:35 Hrs (IST)
New York: India is likely to benefit from the exodus of high tech jobs
from North America as over 6 million jobs are expected to shift
overseas in a decade.
"In the next decade, as many as six million jobs might be sent to
India and other nations by US Companies in search of lower costs and a
tech-savvy, English-speaking workforce," Goldman Sachs Group Inc said
in a recent report.
"The shift of North American technology jobs to low-wage countries
like India cannot be stopped because not only are Indian Companies a
third of the cost, but they actually are better," said Pradeep Sood,
president of Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce.
Indian workers earn as little as one-tenth of their North American
counterparts, and India produces 67 per cent more engineers and
computer scientists each year than the US, said Sood, suggesting that
India should take full advantage of its low salaries and skilled work
force.
A number of multinational corporations like Microsoft, Intel,
Accenture Ltd and GM Motors have already started taking advantage of
cheaper costs in India.
Microsoft, which employs 250 workers in India, is on track to double
its workforce to 500 by 2005.
Intel, the global chip giant, has invested $ 20 million in an Indian
customer service centre of Satyam Computer Services Ltd, one of the
biggest software makers in the country.
Intel employs about 1,000 people in India and has its largest non-US
chip design centre in Bangalore. Accenture Ltd, which manages business
computer systems for clients including AT&T company, plans to double
its workforce in India to as many as 10,000 by the end of this year.
General Motors Corporation, the world's well-known auto-maker, plans
to hire 100 researchers in Bangalore to develop lightweight material
and conduct crash tests, according to economic experts in Toronto.
YSD
2004-01-11 18:44:01 UTC
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BOYCOTT HEWLETT PACKARD INTO BANKRUPTCY. BANKRUPTCY IS THE ONLY MESSAGE
THEY WILL LISTEN TO.

Carly says "Americans have no god-given rights to jobs anymore. We have to
compete for every job."

Oh REALLY CARLY? DO YOU HAVE A GOD GIVEN RIGHT TO YOUR JOB???


BOYCOTT HEWLETT PACKARD


I say BOYCOTT HP! Right now my consulting business is not that
good, but I expect that someday I will again be in the position of
recommending, specifying and purchasing equipment. In my 23 year
career so far, I'm certain that I have recommended the purchase of
several MILLION DOLLARS worth of equipment from COMPAQ and HP.

Not any more. Anytime someone asks me, including relatives, family,
and friends, for advice regarding computers and peripherals, I will
tell them to avoid HP at all costs. I'm frequently asked for this
advice by people I know as well as customers.

BTW, it's not enough to just start your own personal boycott. A
letter to Carly is also in order. She needs to know that her
statements are going to make people BOYCOTT HEWLETT PACKARD.

Think about it. If we all orgainized, targeted one company and put
them into bankruptcy, they would think twice about their decisions.

BOYCOTT HP - BOYCOTT COMPAQ - BOYCOTT HP

If you're ever in Staples, Officemax, etc. and see someone looking
at a printer, tell them how bad HP products have gotten and how
lousy their support is.
Post by Wake Up America
Sorry,
Not Exactly! The US companies brought the India students into America and
educated them to then takeover the US market, at taxpayers expense. I know
they are hard working, but they now will have to even work harder. And when
they get no pay for long days... They will learn why the wages were so high
in the United States. There in employers will do the same thing to them
that did to us.
Enjoy The Greed
Post by Your Special Friend
http://news.indiainfo.com/2004/01/05/0501outsource.html
'Shift of 6 million jobs to India cannot be stopped'
Monday, January 5 2004 18:35 Hrs (IST)
New York: India is likely to benefit from the exodus of high tech jobs
from North America as over 6 million jobs are expected to shift
overseas in a decade.
"In the next decade, as many as six million jobs might be sent to
India and other nations by US Companies in search of lower costs and a
tech-savvy, English-speaking workforce," Goldman Sachs Group Inc said
in a recent report.
"The shift of North American technology jobs to low-wage countries
like India cannot be stopped because not only are Indian Companies a
third of the cost, but they actually are better," said Pradeep Sood,
president of Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce.
Indian workers earn as little as one-tenth of their North American
counterparts, and India produces 67 per cent more engineers and
computer scientists each year than the US, said Sood, suggesting that
India should take full advantage of its low salaries and skilled work
force.
A number of multinational corporations like Microsoft, Intel,
Accenture Ltd and GM Motors have already started taking advantage of
cheaper costs in India.
Microsoft, which employs 250 workers in India, is on track to double
its workforce to 500 by 2005.
Intel, the global chip giant, has invested $ 20 million in an Indian
customer service centre of Satyam Computer Services Ltd, one of the
biggest software makers in the country.
Intel employs about 1,000 people in India and has its largest non-US
chip design centre in Bangalore. Accenture Ltd, which manages business
computer systems for clients including AT&T company, plans to double
its workforce in India to as many as 10,000 by the end of this year.
General Motors Corporation, the world's well-known auto-maker, plans
to hire 100 researchers in Bangalore to develop lightweight material
and conduct crash tests, according to economic experts in Toronto.
Neil Kashmiri - Hindu Sikh
2004-01-14 19:01:44 UTC
Permalink
Who cares ! People will always buy products if they are priced right.
Post by YSD
BOYCOTT HEWLETT PACKARD INTO BANKRUPTCY. BANKRUPTCY IS THE ONLY MESSAGE
THEY WILL LISTEN TO.
Carly says "Americans have no god-given rights to jobs anymore. We have to
compete for every job."
Oh REALLY CARLY? DO YOU HAVE A GOD GIVEN RIGHT TO YOUR JOB???
BOYCOTT HEWLETT PACKARD
I say BOYCOTT HP! Right now my consulting business is not that
good, but I expect that someday I will again be in the position of
recommending, specifying and purchasing equipment. In my 23 year
career so far, I'm certain that I have recommended the purchase of
several MILLION DOLLARS worth of equipment from COMPAQ and HP.
Not any more. Anytime someone asks me, including relatives, family,
and friends, for advice regarding computers and peripherals, I will
tell them to avoid HP at all costs. I'm frequently asked for this
advice by people I know as well as customers.
BTW, it's not enough to just start your own personal boycott. A
letter to Carly is also in order. She needs to know that her
statements are going to make people BOYCOTT HEWLETT PACKARD.
Think about it. If we all orgainized, targeted one company and put
them into bankruptcy, they would think twice about their decisions.
BOYCOTT HP - BOYCOTT COMPAQ - BOYCOTT HP
If you're ever in Staples, Officemax, etc. and see someone looking
at a printer, tell them how bad HP products have gotten and how
lousy their support is.
Post by Wake Up America
Sorry,
Not Exactly! The US companies brought the India students into America
and
Post by Wake Up America
educated them to then takeover the US market, at taxpayers expense. I
know
Post by Wake Up America
they are hard working, but they now will have to even work harder. And
when
Post by Wake Up America
they get no pay for long days... They will learn why the wages were so
high
Post by Wake Up America
in the United States. There in employers will do the same thing to them
that did to us.
Enjoy The Greed
Post by Your Special Friend
http://news.indiainfo.com/2004/01/05/0501outsource.html
'Shift of 6 million jobs to India cannot be stopped'
Monday, January 5 2004 18:35 Hrs (IST)
New York: India is likely to benefit from the exodus of high tech jobs
from North America as over 6 million jobs are expected to shift
overseas in a decade.
"In the next decade, as many as six million jobs might be sent to
India and other nations by US Companies in search of lower costs and a
tech-savvy, English-speaking workforce," Goldman Sachs Group Inc said
in a recent report.
"The shift of North American technology jobs to low-wage countries
like India cannot be stopped because not only are Indian Companies a
third of the cost, but they actually are better," said Pradeep Sood,
president of Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce.
Indian workers earn as little as one-tenth of their North American
counterparts, and India produces 67 per cent more engineers and
computer scientists each year than the US, said Sood, suggesting that
India should take full advantage of its low salaries and skilled work
force.
A number of multinational corporations like Microsoft, Intel,
Accenture Ltd and GM Motors have already started taking advantage of
cheaper costs in India.
Microsoft, which employs 250 workers in India, is on track to double
its workforce to 500 by 2005.
Intel, the global chip giant, has invested $ 20 million in an Indian
customer service centre of Satyam Computer Services Ltd, one of the
biggest software makers in the country.
Intel employs about 1,000 people in India and has its largest non-US
chip design centre in Bangalore. Accenture Ltd, which manages business
computer systems for clients including AT&T company, plans to double
its workforce in India to as many as 10,000 by the end of this year.
General Motors Corporation, the world's well-known auto-maker, plans
to hire 100 researchers in Bangalore to develop lightweight material
and conduct crash tests, according to economic experts in Toronto.
Popeye Sailor..US Navy
2004-01-14 16:25:41 UTC
Permalink
She has a good idea, the American people need to pick 1 company and make
them an example. Pick the company to boycott and hurt them bad in the pocket
book. If they are to good for American workers then why support the product?
Pick the Company, Boycott the until the are on there hands and knees begging
to come back to the US. Thats all it takes, Americans have so much power at
hand.
Post by Neil Kashmiri - Hindu Sikh
Who cares ! People will always buy products if they are priced right.
Post by YSD
BOYCOTT HEWLETT PACKARD INTO BANKRUPTCY. BANKRUPTCY IS THE ONLY MESSAGE
THEY WILL LISTEN TO.
Carly says "Americans have no god-given rights to jobs anymore. We have
to
Post by YSD
compete for every job."
Oh REALLY CARLY? DO YOU HAVE A GOD GIVEN RIGHT TO YOUR JOB???
BOYCOTT HEWLETT PACKARD
I say BOYCOTT HP! Right now my consulting business is not that
good, but I expect that someday I will again be in the position of
recommending, specifying and purchasing equipment. In my 23 year
career so far, I'm certain that I have recommended the purchase of
several MILLION DOLLARS worth of equipment from COMPAQ and HP.
Not any more. Anytime someone asks me, including relatives, family,
and friends, for advice regarding computers and peripherals, I will
tell them to avoid HP at all costs. I'm frequently asked for this
advice by people I know as well as customers.
BTW, it's not enough to just start your own personal boycott. A
letter to Carly is also in order. She needs to know that her
statements are going to make people BOYCOTT HEWLETT PACKARD.
Think about it. If we all orgainized, targeted one company and put
them into bankruptcy, they would think twice about their decisions.
BOYCOTT HP - BOYCOTT COMPAQ - BOYCOTT HP
If you're ever in Staples, Officemax, etc. and see someone looking
at a printer, tell them how bad HP products have gotten and how
lousy their support is.
Post by Wake Up America
Sorry,
Not Exactly! The US companies brought the India students into America
and
Post by Wake Up America
educated them to then takeover the US market, at taxpayers expense. I
know
Post by Wake Up America
they are hard working, but they now will have to even work harder.
And
Post by Neil Kashmiri - Hindu Sikh
Post by YSD
when
Post by Wake Up America
they get no pay for long days... They will learn why the wages were so
high
Post by Wake Up America
in the United States. There in employers will do the same thing to them
that did to us.
Enjoy The Greed
Post by Your Special Friend
http://news.indiainfo.com/2004/01/05/0501outsource.html
'Shift of 6 million jobs to India cannot be stopped'
Monday, January 5 2004 18:35 Hrs (IST)
New York: India is likely to benefit from the exodus of high tech jobs
from North America as over 6 million jobs are expected to shift
overseas in a decade.
"In the next decade, as many as six million jobs might be sent to
India and other nations by US Companies in search of lower costs and a
tech-savvy, English-speaking workforce," Goldman Sachs Group Inc said
in a recent report.
"The shift of North American technology jobs to low-wage countries
like India cannot be stopped because not only are Indian Companies a
third of the cost, but they actually are better," said Pradeep Sood,
president of Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce.
Indian workers earn as little as one-tenth of their North American
counterparts, and India produces 67 per cent more engineers and
computer scientists each year than the US, said Sood, suggesting that
India should take full advantage of its low salaries and skilled work
force.
A number of multinational corporations like Microsoft, Intel,
Accenture Ltd and GM Motors have already started taking advantage of
cheaper costs in India.
Microsoft, which employs 250 workers in India, is on track to double
its workforce to 500 by 2005.
Intel, the global chip giant, has invested $ 20 million in an Indian
customer service centre of Satyam Computer Services Ltd, one of the
biggest software makers in the country.
Intel employs about 1,000 people in India and has its largest non-US
chip design centre in Bangalore. Accenture Ltd, which manages business
computer systems for clients including AT&T company, plans to double
its workforce in India to as many as 10,000 by the end of this year.
General Motors Corporation, the world's well-known auto-maker, plans
to hire 100 researchers in Bangalore to develop lightweight material
and conduct crash tests, according to economic experts in Toronto.
2of4
2004-01-14 22:46:32 UTC
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Post by Popeye Sailor..US Navy
She has a good idea, the American people need to pick 1 company and make
them an example. Pick the company to boycott and hurt them bad in the pocket
book. If they are to good for American workers then why support the product?
Pick the Company, Boycott the until the are on there hands and knees begging
to come back to the US. Thats all it takes, Americans have so much power at
hand.
...and if that don't work, there appears to be some Americans
out there who may attempt a "1776 style" Constitutional
Justice to those who export USA jobs and livelyhoods overseas.

www.infowars.com

http://www.thepowerhour.com/

http://www.raven1.net/shortwav.htm
IndiaBPOking
2004-01-14 22:52:29 UTC
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Post by Popeye Sailor..US Navy
She has a good idea, the American people need to pick 1 company and make
them an example. Pick the company to boycott and hurt them bad in the pocket
book. If they are to good for American workers then why support the product?
Pick the Company, Boycott the until the are on there hands and knees begging
to come back to the US. Thats all it takes, Americans have so much power at
hand.
Rubbish!!! Its ok to talk away your rubbish on this message
board...but dont make the mistake of ranting this while you eat
burgers in one of your overseas mcdonalds..you'll get beaten up boy!!!
Post by Popeye Sailor..US Navy
Post by Neil Kashmiri - Hindu Sikh
Who cares ! People will always buy products if they are priced right.
Post by YSD
BOYCOTT HEWLETT PACKARD INTO BANKRUPTCY. BANKRUPTCY IS THE ONLY MESSAGE
THEY WILL LISTEN TO.
Carly says "Americans have no god-given rights to jobs anymore. We have
to
Post by Neil Kashmiri - Hindu Sikh
Post by YSD
compete for every job."
Oh REALLY CARLY? DO YOU HAVE A GOD GIVEN RIGHT TO YOUR JOB???
BOYCOTT HEWLETT PACKARD
I say BOYCOTT HP! Right now my consulting business is not that
good, but I expect that someday I will again be in the position of
recommending, specifying and purchasing equipment. In my 23 year
career so far, I'm certain that I have recommended the purchase of
several MILLION DOLLARS worth of equipment from COMPAQ and HP.
Not any more. Anytime someone asks me, including relatives, family,
and friends, for advice regarding computers and peripherals, I will
tell them to avoid HP at all costs. I'm frequently asked for this
advice by people I know as well as customers.
BTW, it's not enough to just start your own personal boycott. A
letter to Carly is also in order. She needs to know that her
statements are going to make people BOYCOTT HEWLETT PACKARD.
Think about it. If we all orgainized, targeted one company and put
them into bankruptcy, they would think twice about their decisions.
BOYCOTT HP - BOYCOTT COMPAQ - BOYCOTT HP
If you're ever in Staples, Officemax, etc. and see someone looking
at a printer, tell them how bad HP products have gotten and how
lousy their support is.
Post by Wake Up America
Sorry,
Not Exactly! The US companies brought the India students into
America
and
Post by Neil Kashmiri - Hindu Sikh
Post by YSD
Post by Wake Up America
educated them to then takeover the US market, at taxpayers expense. I
know
Post by Neil Kashmiri - Hindu Sikh
Post by YSD
Post by Wake Up America
they are hard working, but they now will have to even work harder.
And
when
Post by Neil Kashmiri - Hindu Sikh
Post by YSD
Post by Wake Up America
they get no pay for long days... They will learn why the wages were so
high
Post by Neil Kashmiri - Hindu Sikh
Post by YSD
Post by Wake Up America
in the United States. There in employers will do the same thing to
them
Post by Neil Kashmiri - Hindu Sikh
Post by YSD
Post by Wake Up America
that did to us.
Enjoy The Greed
Post by Your Special Friend
http://news.indiainfo.com/2004/01/05/0501outsource.html
'Shift of 6 million jobs to India cannot be stopped'
Monday, January 5 2004 18:35 Hrs (IST)
New York: India is likely to benefit from the exodus of high tech
jobs
Post by Neil Kashmiri - Hindu Sikh
Post by YSD
Post by Wake Up America
Post by Your Special Friend
from North America as over 6 million jobs are expected to shift
overseas in a decade.
"In the next decade, as many as six million jobs might be sent to
India and other nations by US Companies in search of lower costs and
a
Post by Neil Kashmiri - Hindu Sikh
Post by YSD
Post by Wake Up America
Post by Your Special Friend
tech-savvy, English-speaking workforce," Goldman Sachs Group Inc
said
Post by Neil Kashmiri - Hindu Sikh
Post by YSD
Post by Wake Up America
Post by Your Special Friend
in a recent report.
"The shift of North American technology jobs to low-wage countries
like India cannot be stopped because not only are Indian Companies a
third of the cost, but they actually are better," said Pradeep Sood,
president of Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce.
Indian workers earn as little as one-tenth of their North American
counterparts, and India produces 67 per cent more engineers and
computer scientists each year than the US, said Sood, suggesting
that
Post by Neil Kashmiri - Hindu Sikh
Post by YSD
Post by Wake Up America
Post by Your Special Friend
India should take full advantage of its low salaries and skilled
work
Post by Neil Kashmiri - Hindu Sikh
Post by YSD
Post by Wake Up America
Post by Your Special Friend
force.
A number of multinational corporations like Microsoft, Intel,
Accenture Ltd and GM Motors have already started taking advantage of
cheaper costs in India.
Microsoft, which employs 250 workers in India, is on track to double
its workforce to 500 by 2005.
Intel, the global chip giant, has invested $ 20 million in an Indian
customer service centre of Satyam Computer Services Ltd, one of the
biggest software makers in the country.
Intel employs about 1,000 people in India and has its largest non-US
chip design centre in Bangalore. Accenture Ltd, which manages
business
Post by Neil Kashmiri - Hindu Sikh
Post by YSD
Post by Wake Up America
Post by Your Special Friend
computer systems for clients including AT&T company, plans to double
its workforce in India to as many as 10,000 by the end of this year.
General Motors Corporation, the world's well-known auto-maker, plans
to hire 100 researchers in Bangalore to develop lightweight material
and conduct crash tests, according to economic experts in Toronto.
Old Enough to Know Better
2004-01-15 02:57:58 UTC
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Post by IndiaBPOking
Post by Popeye Sailor..US Navy
She has a good idea, the American people need to pick 1 company and make
them an example. Pick the company to boycott and hurt them bad in the pocket
book. If they are to good for American workers then why support the product?
Pick the Company, Boycott the until the are on there hands and knees begging
to come back to the US. Thats all it takes, Americans have so much power at
hand.
Rubbish!!! Its ok to talk away your rubbish on this message
board...but dont make the mistake of ranting this while you eat
burgers in one of your overseas mcdonalds..you'll get beaten up boy!!!
That's hilarious!! A bunch of tough guy Indians setting around a McDs eating
Big Macs and kicking some sailor's ass. Damn ...
BTW what are Big Macs made of in India?
indic
2004-01-15 20:51:03 UTC
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Post by Old Enough to Know Better
BTW what are Big Macs made of in India?
Lamb.
Old Enough to Know Better
2004-01-16 03:26:00 UTC
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Post by Old Enough to Know Better
BTW what are Big Macs made of in India?
Lamb.
I hope it tastes better than the crap they serve here. At least one good
thing, no such thing as mad lamb disease is there?
harmony
2004-01-16 17:06:38 UTC
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Post by Old Enough to Know Better
Post by Old Enough to Know Better
BTW what are Big Macs made of in India?
Lamb.
I hope it tastes better than the crap they serve here. At least one good
thing, no such thing as mad lamb disease is there?
it will happen as soon as ever proliferating mommedans in india import a
canadian or brit lamb.
trutvthspeaketh
2004-01-16 18:45:24 UTC
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Post by harmony
Post by Old Enough to Know Better
Post by Old Enough to Know Better
BTW what are Big Macs made of in India?
Lamb.
I hope it tastes better than the crap they serve here. At least one good
thing, no such thing as mad lamb disease is there?
it will happen as soon as ever proliferating mommedans in india import a
canadian or brit lamb.
Hey! Look on the bright side....perhaps India and Pakistan will
approach the brink and go apeshit with NUKES sometime in
the near future. That would sure solve ALL our outsourcing
problems eh ??? (and put a sizeable dent into the world population
issue as well!) It's a win-win iffen U ask me.

: ) : ) : )
leslie
2004-01-17 02:31:08 UTC
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trutvthspeaketh (***@hotmail.com) wrote:
:
: Hey! Look on the bright side....perhaps India and Pakistan will
: approach the brink and go apeshit with NUKES sometime in
: the near future. That would sure solve ALL our outsourcing
: problems eh ??? (and put a sizeable dent into the world population
: issue as well!) It's a win-win iffen U ask me.
:

And bankrupt the U.S. Treasury, because of all of the claims against
the Overseas Private Investment Corporation filed by U.S. corporations
for their lost facilities in India and Pakistan.

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harmony
2004-01-17 21:59:55 UTC
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Post by trutvthspeaketh
Post by harmony
Post by Old Enough to Know Better
Post by Old Enough to Know Better
BTW what are Big Macs made of in India?
Lamb.
I hope it tastes better than the crap they serve here. At least one
good
Post by harmony
Post by Old Enough to Know Better
thing, no such thing as mad lamb disease is there?
it will happen as soon as ever proliferating mommedans in india import a
canadian or brit lamb.
Hey! Look on the bright side....perhaps India and Pakistan will
approach the brink and go apeshit with NUKES sometime in
the near future. That would sure solve ALL our outsourcing
problems eh ??? (and put a sizeable dent into the world population
issue as well!) It's a win-win iffen U ask me.
: ) : ) : )
you want india to go war just because mad-lamb? come on guy, get yourself
treated for madcow.
Richard Hutnik
2004-01-18 23:42:42 UTC
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Post by Old Enough to Know Better
BTW what are Big Macs made of in India?
Lamb.
Do they also serve Gyros in India at McDonalds? That might actually
be better tasting.

- Richard Hutnik :-)

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