Tuesday, August 15, 2017

S.J.W's Vs Minimum Wage and Performance Based Pay

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Minimum Wage is a joke, here why, when you rise the Minimum Wage and Then you rise taxes, over the Minimum Wage, you wipe out the Minimum Wage, again When you rise the Minimum Wage and then you rise taxes, over the Minimum Wage, you wipe out the Minimum Wage, then again, when you rise the Minimum Wage and then you rise taxes, over the Minimum Wage, you wipe out the Minimum Wage, so one more time, when you rise the Minimum Wage and then you rise taxes, over the Minimum Wage, you wipe out the Minimum Wage,.
So S.J.W's have been wiping the Minimum Wage the whole time, that what it's a joke
it's need ban and replace with Performance Based Pay
Over the years, many companies have attempted to implement performance based pay for employees. Some have been successful with the programs, while others have experienced utter failure. So what makes a performance based pay program work in some situations and not others?
Research and real-world trial and error suggest that the success of a performance based pay system can vary greatly depending on many factors, including:
  • Employees’ level of commitment to the company
  • Length of the program
  • Manager expectations vs. employee expectations
  • Realistic balance of company cost and employee reward
These are not the only factors that can impact the success of a performance based pay system, of course, but they are all extremely important influences on how the performance based pay system will operate. Consider the following discussion of the points above to determine whether a performance based pay system would be appropriate for your company:

Employee Commitment

Believe it or not, research indicates that the most successful performance based pay systems are those that are implemented at low-commitment companies. In businesses where employees are highly committed to the company, performance based pay initiatives are often not as well-received by employees as they are at low commitment companies.
In low commitment companies, employees view the opportunity to receive additional pay based on increased performance as a great way to make extra money, and their productivity increases as a result.
In high commitment companies, however, performance based pay systems are rarely worth the effort. Often, because they are loyal to their companies, employees are willing to work harder to meet deadlines anyway, making performance based pay incentives an unnecessary expense. Research shows that in some instances, highly committed employees may even become offended by the company’s introduction of performance based pay, viewing the program as a form of bribery.

desiring to winLength of the Program

The length of your performance based pay program will be a huge determining factor of its success. Research indicates that some of the most successful performance based pay systems tend to be those that are implemented only temporarily.
The reason behind this is that when faced with an ongoing performance based pay system, many employees adjust to it very quickly. After a time, employees become accustomed to receiving increased pay, and in the event that that pay is lowered (when performance objectives are not met), employees feel as if they have been cheated. This causes morale to drop, which can cause performance to decrease even more. As business researchers Michael Beer and Mark Cannon remarked in their performance based pay research, “A workforce that always expects additional pay for additional progress can become a liability.”
When performance based pay systems are implemented only as temporary solutions, though (for rushed projects, important client deadlines, etc.), employees tend to view the increased pay as a bonus, rather than as a guarantee.

Manager Expectations vs. Employee Expectations

One of the main reasons performance based pay systems fail is a lack of communication between management and employees. In order for a performance pay program to be successful at your company, you must ensure that employees and managers have similar expectations for the program. Some common points that must be discussed with employees include:
  • How long will the program be in place?
  • What are the reasons behind the program? (Are you attempting to meet a client deadline, beat the competition to market, temporarily push to fill a productivity gap, etc.?)
  • How difficult will it be to see a pay increase based on the requirements of the program?
  • How will outside factors affect evaluation? (For example, if an outside manufacturer is late with a delivery that one of your departments needs to continue with production, will the affected department suffer under the performance pay program’s deadlines despite the fact that the delay was no fault of their own? If not, how will the rules be adjusted?)
If management does not discuss the ins and outs of the program with employees, then they are bound to encounter problems. For a performance based pay program to be effective, it must also be fair, and in order for it to be considered fair, it must be completely understood by each and every employee who takes part in it.

Costs vs. Benefits

winning the contestThe most important component of your company’s performance based pay program is the balance of costs and benefits. Studies have shown that a huge number of companies overestimate the benefits of performance pay systems and severely underestimate the costs. In order for your performance pay program to be successful, you must be realistic about the costs and benefits. Consider the following questions when evaluating costs:
  • What estimated percentage of employees will receive increased pay under the program?
  • How much of a pay increase will employees have to receive in order to sustain increased performance? Can the company afford that increase?
  • Realistically, how much will the company benefit from the increased employee performance?
  • How long can the company sustain the program?
  • How much time will management have to spend implementing, tweaking, and/or redesigning the program? How much will those adjustments cost the company?
  • Could the predicted benefits of the performance based pay system also be achieved through more conventional and less costly managerial methods like coaching, training, etc.?
Performance based pay systems are not as straightforward as many companies think, so before implementing one at your business, it’s important that you try to learn from the mistakes of those who came before you. While performance pay programs can be extremely effective, they are unlikely to be successful if you do not perform thorough research before implementing them.
If a performance based pay program is to succeed at your company, you must ensure that managers and employees communicate their expectations clearly, that you carefully research the best length of time for your program, and that you find the perfect balance between employee reward and company profit.
If you don’t, then like so many before you, you will likely watch helplessly as your performance pay program transforms from a promising productivity booster into a terrible failure and a large drain on company resources.

Monday, August 14, 2017

Socialism Itself Turned Venezuela Into A Trash Heap

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Socialism Itself Turned Venezuela Into A Trash Heap

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5 Ways Socialism Itself Turned Venezuela Into A Trash Heap

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“But that’s not real socialism,” says every leftist sympathizer when confronted when the horrific reality of Venezuela’s collapse into an autocratic dystopia. But for those of us who don’t have our heads in the sand, Venezuela is a textbook example of what happens when socialism infects a country and purges any hint of private enterprise.
The people of Venezuela are suffering tremendously thanks to the Bolivarian socialist experiment. Hugo Chavez, the socialist state’s now-deceased founding father, once promised a flourishing utopia where children were merry and the poor were well-fed. Today, Venezuela is anything but joyous. It’s hell on earth.

Under Chavez’s handpicked successor, President Nicolas Maduro, Venezuelans are flooding the streets in protest against everything the socialist state stands for: poverty, destitution, starvation, suffering, and ideological slavery. Intent on preserving the socialist system by any means necessary, Maduro has consolidated power like a king and deployed the state’s security forces to beat down protesters. Before socialism suffocated the prosperity and freedom out of the country, Venezuela was a relatively successful state relative to its neighbors in Latin America. In 2017, Venezuela is a trash heap pitied by the entire region.
Here are five tangible ways socialism itself turned Venezuela into a trash heap:
1. State-imposed price controls limited the supply of basic goods by rendering production unprofitable. In order for Bolivarian revolution to fully materialize, the socialist state needed to have full control over the price of goods coming out of factories. As long as the oligarchs in government enjoyed the fruits of oil revenue, profit for businesses, both large and small, were considered antithetical to the socialist agenda. The proletariat had to have access to goods even if it meant producing those goods at a loss, demanded the socialist state. After incurring tremendous losses, many businesses shut down, unable to continue production. With nobody left to make basic goods, supply became scarce, naturally pushing up the price of goods. And at a certain point, only the richest of the rich could afford goods smuggled across the border and sold on the black market.

2. Venezuela became a single commodity market. By discouraging businesses to pursue profit, the socialist government pushed the economy back to the dark ages. Creativity died. Nobody was incentivized to produce anything of value or innovate. Luckily, Venezuela had a safety net: oil, lots of it. But the global oil market is fickle. It ebbs and flows. Prices drop and rise quickly. When your entire economy is reliant on one commodity, then your economic fate is intertwined with price fluctuations that are beyond your control.

3. Venezuela subsidized its unsustainable welfare state with oil revenue. State-run oil companies were responsible for producing the revenue necessary to subsidize the government’s extensive welfare programs. Under the socialist system, the poor were promised housing, education, healthcare and other wildly expensive benefits. To pay for all of this, the Venezuelan state sold oil in bulk overseas. But when the price of crude plunged, Venezuela went into uncontrollable free fall. By then the people had become so reliant on public services and government benefits that they had no way to take of themselves on their own. The government controlled the lives of the people and now the government had no way to keep them healthy, fed, and alive.

4. The socialist system encouraged corruption. A socialist government needs an absurd number of government workers to run the day-to-day lives of the people. As a result, government itself becomes the one employer that is always hiring more employees. In socialist Venezuela, the government filled its coffers with oil revenue, generously paying top officials who exercised control over oil profit distribution. Government oligarchs grew rich while the people remained poor. The Washington Examiner explains further:
The bigger the government, the more people's success depends on sucking up to officials rather than on offering a service to consumers. Expanding state bureaucracies offer new opportunities for nepotism. First, Venezuelan jobs were allocated on the basis of political allegiance; now food supplies are.
5. The government had no way of controlling hyperinflation because the country’s monetary policy was imaginary. The Venezuelan state pretended to have control over the price of the bolivar, the nation’s (now-worthless) currency. The socialist state thought that it could set the price of goods, wages, property, and services and simply print money to make up for deficits. But as it turns out, recklessly printing money doesn’t actually work.

Saturday, August 12, 2017

Debunking Tran/Gender And Gender Identity ,Skeletal System Anatomy in Children and Toddlers

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As Mercer Rang has correctly pointed out, "Children are not young adults." Children differ significantly from adults with respect to skeletal anatomy and physiology. Differences in bone growth and modeling, as well as remodeling, affect the way in which conditions involving the skeleton should be viewed and managed.

The skeletal anatomy of children and toddlers (see the images below) differs from the skeletal anatomy of adults. The following are some of the key differences.
Skeletal system of child, anterior view. Skeletal system of child, anterior view.
Skeletal system of toddler, anterior view. Skeletal system of toddler, anterior view.
Bone in children and toddlers is more porous than adult bone, with wider haversian canals.
A child's bones are more elastic than an adult's are. Two terms are important here: plasticity and elasticity. Bones in children permit a greater degree of deformation before they break. At times, the bone may deform but not fracture, a condition often described as a plastic deformation. At other times, the bone may simply buckle to create what is described as a torus fracture. These patterns are not seen in adults, in whom the bones' resistance and elasticity to angular deformation is significantly less.
The periosteal sleeve (see the image below) is much thicker in children than in adults and acts as a restraint to displacement. Angular deformation of a child's bone may cause fracture of the cortices without displacement ("greenstick" fracture). The thick periosteal sleeve is important for pediatric skeletal remodeling. Subperiosteal resection of a child's bone shows the regeneration potential associated with the periosteum: the tubular bone eventually reforms inside the periosteal sleeve. Thus, the child's bone has an innate potential to heal itself.
Basic structure of long bone. Outer covering is peBasic structure of long bone. Outer covering is periosteum, inner lining is endosteum, and contents are bone marrow.
The epiphysis is an important part of the growing skeleton. It is a secondary ossification center. Mercer Rang emphasizes the importance of using accurate terminology in relation to these parts of the growing skeleton. The physis is to the growth plate, which is a disklike structure at the end of the metaphysis; the epiphysis is a cartilaginous structure that sits atop the physis.

The growing skeleton responds to injury and infection differently from the adult skeleton. Conditions that affect the physis and the growth disturbances that may result can create challenging issues in management.

Microscopic Anatomy

The epiphysis is the growing end of the long bone and is responsible for an increase in the length of the long bones (see the image below).
Structure of epiphysis demonstrates how bone achieStructure of epiphysis demonstrates how bone achieves increase in length.
Bones are formed by 1 of the following 2 processes:
  • Endochondral ossification - This involves the formation of bone from a cartilaginous anlage; long bones are primarily formed by endochondral ossification
  • Membranous ossification - The cartilaginous phase is usually absent; ossification of flat bones and skull bones is usually via this process
Histologically, the physis consists of a number of layers that reflect the process of bone formation. The basal layer consists of resting cartilage cells. These multiply under the influence of growth factors in the zone of multiplication, and rounded cells are then seen. These rounded cells arrange themselves in rows and mature in a loose cartilaginous matrix.
Blood vessels from the metaphysis (see the image below) invade this zone to lay down minerals into the matrix, and loose woven bone is then laid down in the zone of provisional calcification. Mature bone is finally laid down in the metaphysis. A continuation of this process leads to an increase in the length of the long bone.
Anatomic regions of long bone. Anatomic regions of long bone.
The epiphysis and the metaphysis are connected by mammillary processes internally and by the tough fibrous periosteum externally, both of which resist displacement forces. This attachment is not rigid and allows microscopic translation forces, and this flexibility protects the structure from injury.
Rang states that the epiphysis is periarticular and that forces typically causing dislocation in the adult are likely to cause epiphyseal or physeal injury in the child.


Remodeling of a fracture or deformity is a process that is carried out more efficiently in the child than in the adult. A deformity corrects itself by asymmetrical appositional formation of new bone. Remodeling is influenced by a number of factors, including the following:
  • Age - The younger the age, the better the remodeling potential
  • Proximity to the physis - Fractures closer to the physis remodel better than those away from the physis
  • Relation to the axis of joint motion - Deformities in the axis of joint motion remodel better than deformities outside the axis of joint motion
  • Rotational versus nonrotational deformity - Rotational deformities do not remodel and correct themselves
An injury to a long bone can stimulate excessive growth and effectively create a temporary limb length discrepancy. The most common example is the stimulation of growth at the proximal femur after a fracture in the shaft of the femur. This phenomenon allows the surgeon to accept some shortening in the treatment of these fractures, given that they would be expected to correct with time.
In contrast, a physeal injury can cause severe growth arrest and lead to limb length discrepancies and deformities that can require years of treatment to correct. The most devastating of these injuries is seen in the aftermath of pediatric infections. Septic arthritis of the hip leads to severe limb length discrepancies and loss of function and stability.

Natural Variants

Bone in children undergoes serial changes and adaptations to achieve its adult form over a period of years as the child reaches maturity.
The secondary ossification centers appear at various ages; these can be a guide to bone age and true skeletal age and thus are often helpful in resolving forensic and medicolegal issues. The fusion of these secondary ossification centers also follows a set pattern, which is also useful in skeletal age determination.
For example, the ossification center of the greater trochanter appears at the age of 3 in girls and 6 in boys, whereas that of the lesser trochanter appears at the age of 6 in both girls and boys. The secondary ossification centers for the pubis appears at 9-11 years in girls and at 13-16 years in boys. [1]
At birth, the sutures in the skull are unfused at the anterior and posterior fontanelles. However, whereas the posterior fontanelle fuses soon after birth, the anterior fontanelle may not close until much later (eg, 12-18 months). Delayed closure of this fontanelle is seen in malnutrition and in rickets. Premature and rigid fusion of skull bones is seen in craniosynostosis, which requires complex multidisciplinary procedures to correct.
The alignment of the lower limbs also changes as the child progresses from crawling to the unsteady bipedal gait of the toddler and, finally, to the established bipedal gait of the child.
The toddler demonstrates a varus alignment at the knee and a waddle in the gait; the foot arches are yet not developed. By about 2 years of age, knee alignment of the knee becomes neutral. Over the next few years, knee alignment progresses to a physiologic genu valgum, which spontaneously corrects itself to a normal tibiofemoral alignment by about 7 years of age. These variations are important to understand because parents often consult an orthopedist for these issues, which require nothing more than careful clinical examination and reassurance.
The varus and valgus alignments are believed to be dictated by the relative growth rates of the articular cartilage and the adjacent physeal zone. The physis grows almost 5 times faster than the articular cartilage does. This difference may control varus and valgus alignment: varus develops if the medial sides grow more slowly than the lateral sides, and valgus develops if they grow more quickly. [2]
Gender and racial differences are well known. A number of studies have documented the evolution of the tibiofemoral angle in children by using the tibiofemoral measurement and measurements of intercondylar and intermalleolar distances. A study of European children showed that boys had a greater tendency toward varus than girls did at the end of development, with lower intermalleolar and intercondylar distances. [3]

A study from Turkey showed that Turkish children had a higher valgus angle than children assessed in other reports in the literature. [4]
Pathologic variations can occur in the growth process and can alter skeletal anatomy and physiology in children. Faulty mineralization of the osteoid manifests itself as rickets. This may occur as a result of a nutritional deficiency of vitamin D or a more complex deficiency related to faulty renal tubular function. Rickets weakens the bone, leading to deformities that may necessitate correction, such as genu varum, genu valgum, and tibial bowing (see the images below).
Abnormal epiphysis in rickets. Abnormal epiphysis in rickets.
Bowed tibia as result of rickets. Bowed tibia as result of rickets.
Bowed tibia as result of rickets. Bowed tibia as result of rickets.
Matrix deficiencies can give rise to a myriad of conditions, the best known of which is osteogenesis imperfecta, which can lead to multiple pathologic fractures and deformities in childhood (see the image below). Deficiencies of growth hormone and thyroid dysfunction also lead to stunting of growth and dwarfism.
Osteogenesis imperfecta. Osteogenesis imperfecta.
Infections and trauma can cause complete or partial physeal arrest, causing deformities and limb length discrepancies (see the images below). Epiphyseal dysplasias also cause stunted growth and deformities.
Destruction of proximal femoral epiphysis as conseDestruction of proximal femoral epiphysis as consequence of tuberculous infection.
Injury to the proximal tibial epiphysis causing a

Debunking Tran/ Gender And Gender Identity Using The Human Skeleton Of A Man And Woman

This show that there is No Girl Trap Inside a Boy Body and that there No Boy Taped Inside A Girl's  Body's, this prove it all in there head's ,that it, it also prove, that the sex reassignment surgery is a waste of time, why, when we die and we are all going to die one day, that a fact of life , when all are skin fall melt a way , we are let with are skeleton's AgainIt's show's that  the sex reassignment surgery, is just a big waste of time, it's also prove again that Tran//Gender are not real, they are like it or not there still a Male or Female, that has not changed, and last ,it's go to show that they are not born in the wrong body's ,  claim dis-missed

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First of all, males  and females  bones develop at different rates. We all know the adage that girls mature faster than boys, and while this old axiom is meant to refer to emotional maturity, it is also true of the human skeleton. All humans are born with a portion of cartilage in their bones, which starts out flexible and becomes more firm over time, resulting in the hard texture we all associate with bones.

The bones in a female body complete their development sooner than those in the male body. Female bones complete their development around age 18, while men s bones continue to mature until around age 21. This is part of the explanation behind the difference in the average size of male and female bones as the male bones continue to grow and develop longer, they also become larger (on average) and have more pronounced corners. Thus, the relative size of several key features can be used to identify a male vs. female skeleton. In males, the jaw bone is generally larger and more pronounced, and the brow is taller. Male skeletons also generally have longer, thicker bones in the arms, legs and fingers.

In females, a large part of the course of development from child to adult involves the body preparing itself for childbirth. This major difference between men and women is the cause of the biggest hallmark feature of a female vs. male skeleton, the pelvis. In females, the pelvic bones are shorter and more rounded, and the surrounding bones (tailbone, remaining hip bones, etc.) are designed to be more flexible to accommodate gestation and child delivery. In a female skeleton, the space between the two major pelvic bones must be able to accommodate a baby s head and shoulders during childbirth.

While there are several differences between male and female skeletons on average, all the differences are relative so it is nearly impossible to identify gender from skeletal measurements alone. The majority of people will fall into the average ranges of bone size for their gender, but with so many people in the world (not to mention subtle differences between different ethnic groups due to geographical factors) there are bound to be a lot of statistical outliers.

Even the key discerning feature, the pelvis, can vary between individuals. Some women s pelvic girdles are too narrow to accommodate childbirth and they must deliver a child through a Caesarian section. Some men are short, with rounded jaws and small frames. Even noting these subtle differences between the male and female skeletons, it is important to remember that male and female skeletons are much more alike than different. The most disparate-looking individuals still have more commonalities than differences, physically speaking.

Check out our review site with detailed comparisons of the best human skeleton models. All but one of the models on our lineup are male, but as mentioned above, the only difference between the genders in a skeleton model is the pelvic structure, so regardless of gender a human skeleton model can be useful for learning the details of the human body s infrastructure.

Friday, August 11, 2017

S.J.W Congressman: Protecting DREAMers a Protecting DREAMers a ‘Shared Obligation and Responsibility of Every American, No S.J.W Congressman: The Real Shared Obligation and Responsibility of Every American’ Protecting DREAMers For The Gender Identity Monster, That Will Eat Them Alive

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Rep. Raúl Grijalva (D-Ariz.) said protecting and defending DREAMers from deportation is the “shared obligation and responsibility of every American.”

Grijalva and 156 members of Congress have signed a letter sent to President Trump asking him to launch a “vigorous legal defense” of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which was implemented by President Obama in 2012. Obama’s DACA expansion and the Deferred Action for Parents of Americans (DAPA) directive were blocked in court.

College Unveils Latest Mcroaggression: Public Monuments Depicting ‘White C.S.I Gender Men And Women’ S.J.W's Vs Love and Acceptance And Love Win's Epic Crash Dive

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The New School — a private university in New York City — is all over microaggressions.
The school’s online guide breaks it all down. Did you know, for instance, there are three types of microaggressions? The microinsult, the microassault and, of course, the insidious microinvalidation.
Things get even more interesting once you delve into the guide’s examples of microaggressions. There are, of course, the usual suspects, such as saying “You throw well for a girl” and telling a person of color, “You act/speak/write so white.”

“Acts of bias and discrimination are violations of the university Policy on Discrimination,


I Wrote Many Time's all ready , The Word No! In Not Discrimination,, So what if Black S.J.W get mistreated, so what? look at the white's getting mistreated , So Tell Us Again, About all this Love and Acceptance And Love's Win we keep, hearing about? 

Csi Gender? We talk about a Man, we talk a Women, We talk about a Boy, we talk a Girl,  democrats blame Human for global warming, We talk about Human Trafficking, We talk about Human emotions, We Talk About Human resources, We talk Human rights We Are Human , We Are Not Gender,  We Are Human , We Are Not Gender,  , We Are Human , We Are Not Gender,  , We Are Human , We Are Not Gender,  , We Are Human , We Are Not Gender,   We Are Human , We Are Not Gender,  We Are Human , We Are Not Gender,  We Are Human , We Are Not Gender,   We Are Human Being,  The Human Race IS Not A label On A Can Of Soup! ,   

S.J.W Hate Vs Love And Suppression Of Human Emotions"

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Like it or not , no one has the right to stop hate for any reason, we hear all the time S.J.W's are was all teling us they are try to stop hate,  " That called Suppression Of Human Emotions", ever one got the right to  hate, can't stop hate, hate speech or hate at all, hate is bye in far the strongest ' human emotions, we have , again like it or not we can't play suppression of human emotions, ever one got the right to hate., when it come to love vs hate, you make the choice, who you want to love or hate, that your right , no one have the right to force any-one to love ever-one, when you try to force human to love and it dose not work out, ever-one get hurt and no one win's, so again it a personnel choice , forced vs voluntarily what work's best for you?

Thursday, August 10, 2017

Nets More Terrified by Trump’s ‘Dangerous’ ‘Rhetoric’ Then North Korea? Really? , S.J.W Are Clue-Less Again, Dose Douglas MacArthur , Ring A Bell

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On Wednesday, the network morning shows portrayed President Trump’s stern warning to North Korea as being more “dangerous” than the rogue authoritarian regime threatening the world with nuclear weapons. Going into full panic mode, hosts and correspondents warned viewers that Trump was “going to make a bad situation worse” with his “blistering rhetoric.”
At the top of NBC’s Today, co-host Matt Lauer proclaimed: “War of words. North Korea threatens to attack the U.S. territory of Guam after President Trump warns the regime with his harshest language yet....What will bring the two sides back from the brink?” Moments later, fellow co-host Savannah Guthrie hyped the “rapidly developing North Korea crisis” with “ominous threats being exchanged by the U.S. and the North Korean regime.”