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Certainly there will be taxes that relate to automation. Gates is proposing that we replace the double tax with a triple tax.
I expect one could construct arguments for special taxes on capital that replaces labor that were not absurd, although there is no particular reason to focus on robots—capital has been substituting for labor at least since the invention of the plow, probably longer.But this one is either stupidity, unlikely in the case of Gates, or blatant demagoguery. I've already shared these sneak peeks on Instagram and in the Beccy's Place newsletter, so I thought I'd post them here as well so everyone can have a look. This is one of the stamps from the soon-to-be- released "Celebrations" clear stamp set. As you can see, it will have you covered for Christmas, new babies, birthdays and weddings. in fact, any celebration where gifts are given! . Photo by I. Peterson. The Black Teapot is currently on exhibit at the Everson Museum of Art in Syracuse. Held in New York City earlier that same year, the Armory Show constituted America's first large-scale exposure to the work of the European avant-garde. " Wikipedia says, "He is best known for colorful paintings of coastlines of New England and city scenes New York City," but I also like this autumnal still life. There is a short biography here and another here.
You can see more of his work here.Please join the weekly T Tuesday gathering at Bleubeard and Elizabeth's Altered Book Lover blog. A man who was hiking with his nephew in Scotland, took this photo in which a strange, humanoid type creature can be seen. "There were one or two entities… what looked like small people peering out from the tree next to my nephew," he reported. The picture shows his nephew as he walks down a brown path between the trees and an unidentified white shape to his left that resembles a small and fully dressed astronaut. The humanoid appears to be walking towards the left side of the woods. ProPublica recently published an article describing the so-called "beachhead teams" sent by the Trump administration to various US federal departments and agencies. The article stated While President Trump has not moved to fill many jobs that require Senate confirmation, he has quietly installed hundreds of officials to serve as his eyes and ears at every major federal agency, from the Pentagon to the Department of Interior.
Unlike appointees exposed to the scrutiny of the Senate, members of these so-called 'beachhead teams' have operated largely in the shadows, with the White House declining to publicly reveal their identities.Why these teams were described in terms of a military invasion is not clear. Photo courtesy of Center of Military History. Look here. The transition sees the beachhead teams, named after the line of defense that the military constructs as it lands in enemy territory, as a check on existing agency officials. Who Are These People? The ProPublica article suggsted that some of the personnel on these teams might have conflicts of interest, including dozens of Washington insiders who could be reasonably characterized as part of the 'swamp' Trump pledged to drain. Many of them lobbied in the same areas that are regulated by the agencies they have now joined.
Bring a taste of summer to your table with these crispy meringue cups filled with sweet berries and velvety rich whipped cream Heavenly! If you ask me, this is what heaven must taste like.Just like a perfect mingle of sunshine sweet berries and silky whipped cream. Served up in a cloud-resembling dessert, perfectly crispy on the outside and dangerously soft on the inside. And if you ask my kids, they'd tell you this is the best dessert they've ever eaten. Their words, not mine. so Vittorio Emanuele. Christian Del Bono Ai figli e ai familiari tutti le condoglianze di Eolienews. Cordell All Rights Reserved. The celebration of Santa Águeda is here again. This is a special day for the ladies of the village which starts in the bar with breakfast. As you can see from the photo above there was a good turnout. Breakfast consisted of a hearty jamón bocadillo. In the afternoon there was the service in the church. and Santa Águeda was taken around the village. After the service everyone returns to the salón for the special cakes,. This was my first encounter with R' Eliyhau Greensweig. My friend did not exaggerate in any way. The whole meal I simply sat there drooling at the wall-to-wall seforim library. Later I learned this was only part of his library.
This was a collection which I had never before seen the likes of.From that Shabbas, I began visiting him every few weeks and we would speak for a few hours about different topics and seforim. His vast knowledge was, simply put, incredible. One additional attribute which always struck me while talking with R' Greensweig was his tremendous humility. Many times, when specific topics came up, he would say "I wrote a whole kuntres on this". Once, he took out a huge stack of papers and said to me "this is a work on Rambam Sanhedrin". .