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  • No i dont think that is a good trade, because it is extremely lopsided, if NY could pull this deal off, they would be so lucky, cus for them it is a steal. This deal would not take place because Pat Riley would never give up Daequan Cook, Undonis Haslem and Mark Blount for Tinsley Graham and Curry. He loves Cook, for his youth, size, athleticism, and shooting ability. He is still SO young, while Haslem is still very good and athletic. He wouldnt give up those 2 keys to his team in exchange for Curry, a center who does not play defense, just scores, and is fat(which riley HATES) and Tinsley, a constantly injury plaged and thug and bad player. Won't happen. Maybe he would do a Mark BLount for Eddy Curry trade, but not a HAslem for Curry. He needs more. This is the same for the pacers, they won't sacrifice Shawne Williams, they see so mcuh potential in him, they are gradually using him as a building block. And Troy Murphy, despite being decent, can still rebound and score. They probably would do a Murphy for HAslem and Tinsley for Robinson trade, but it wont happen cus they won't give up Shawne Williams, they love him. For the knicks, this is a steal, they sacrifice 2 players, 1 being a guy who wont play well with their new coach, and an undersized point guard who can play well, but still, hes undersized. In exchange they get 3 guys who will play so well under D'Antoni. 2 extremely youthful guys in Williams and Cook, and a PF who can score, shoot, rebound, and has played with fast offense teams before(GS and the New Pacers). This would be a steal for NY. It won't happen, too many valuiable pieces in exchange for bad pieces for both Indiana and Miami. NY would pull this off with no hesitation whatsoever.
  • meh its ok cuz of trying to give beasley more playing time but u need some more-known players in that trade
  • the trade would never happen for the simple reason of...it wouldn't make any team better, there are no big names being traded or any player that can make a difference.
  • I like this trade. It seems almost fair for all three sides.
  • i like it
  • no put more good players
  • female. She has been at her current job for 5 1/2 years. She has worked hard and has learned every job. She can use the cash register but has trouble with change, she is mentally disabled. She has been told recently that when she reaches a certain dollar amount on her wages, she will be maxed out. That dollar amount is what they would pay someone who just hired in. Is that fair? Can they restrict her to making less than every one else? She is reliable and does a good job. Can they keep her from making equal wages?
  • She doesn't receive SSI or medicaide because she works and she doesn't have an ongoing health need respectively. She is considered part time and cannot afford the insurance they offer through work, it would take almost half her pay check. Thank you to the first 5 answers. I will keep looking into state legislation. It is a slow process. The fast food chain she works for is a fortune 500 company.
  • If she knows all the jobs there, and is a reliable worker with years of experience, you should encourage her to seek a promotion. She would certainly be entitled to better pay if she had a higher rank. If she is qualified for a promotion and is overlooked for no apparent reason, other than her disability, then you might have a serious discrimination case. Other than that, the company has no legal obligation to raise her pay rate simply because of length of employment. If she insists on a raise, don't be at all surprised if the company terminates her employment. Since there is no legal obligation to raise her pay, they would be well within their rights to terminate her for wage dispute. Sorry.
  • This is just a guess, but it probably has something to do with the aid she gets, whether it is State of Indiana aid, SSI, or whatever. There may be a cap on what she can earn before it affects her benefits. You probably need to check with the caseworker. ** Note: This is a general discussion of the subject matter of your question and not legal advice. Local laws or your particular situation may change the general rules. For a specific answer to your question you should consult legal counsel with whom you can discuss all the facts of your case. **
  • I suspect there is a law in Indiana, like there was in California, allowing companies to pay mentally disabled individuals less than they would pay able-bodied (able-minded?) people. If there is no law, this is certainly illegal, as violative of the federal wage laws. But I know many states have passed laws which act as incentives to companies which hire mentally disabled people. Sorry, an Indiana lawyer may know but it wouldn't be common knowledge.
  • Hmm. That sounds to me like it might be some requirement based on the disability or other social security money she receives. If it's not, and they just arbitrarily decide that she as a disabled woman, is entitled to less money than her co-workers, then it would be discrimination and therefore illegal. Make sure you get the facts straight before you handle the situation, though.
  • Ohhhh, no. She needs to get paid just the same as anyone else would be getting paid for the same job. Perhaps they are thinking of the aid she is receiving. If it is SSD, then you are only allowed to make a certain amount. Anything over that amount is then deducted from the SSD payment. BUT, under no circumstances shoud her hourly wage be lowered in order to keep all of her SSD payments. She may need to cut back on her hours, but her per hour salary would remain the same.
  • I would call your State Department of Labor. It sounds like discrimination based on disability, which is illegal. They will be able to give you the proper routes to take. Good luck to you dear.
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  • At 14, you can work in the supermarkets, and fast food places.
  • It depends on the type of work you do. At your age, the best way to earn money would be to go into business for yourself, doing jobs for neighbors such as yard or house care, washing cars, baby-sitting, pet-sitting, etc. See link below for more information. Except for a few job, you would have to be at least 14 for most jobs. Many jobs will require that you be 16, 18, or 21.
  • Ok, so I ordered something from Britain, (not getting into details), didn't like it and asked from a refund. I asked the person if she could refund my Visa cards instead, then we got into this big old argument over the internet and then she said no she will send the refunds to my house. And this refund is a £10 check from U.K, and she said he has to address it to my parents and I'm scared as Hell at this point. (My parents didn't know about this). HOW LONG does mail from U.K take to get to the U.S state of Indiana at the LEAST and the MOST?
  • Usually it takes about a week, sometimes a little faster, sometimes a little slower. But that's the least of your problems. It's not easy to cash a £10 cheque in the US.. Perhaps you should confess to your parents now.
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  • I ordered a SCENAR from England about two weeks ago and it finally showed up in Chicago about three days ago! I never seen such a slow mail service, no wonder we broke off from England and created our own country. There left hand knows not what their right hands are doing! Maybe if I am lucky I receive my instrument by the end of this month! Never again am I going to order from the UK!
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  • well, my friend in England mailed me a thick envelope full of our letters we exchanged as penpals in the 1960's (she mailed it from Durham, England on Feb. 2, 2015) and it is still not here in Indiana as of March 7, 2015. Any encouraging words from someone out there?
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  • Babysitting (if you like kids), mow lawns (good money), Fast food, retail, amusement parks, putt-putt golf courses, and movie theatres. Some offices may hire you if they need filing and simple tasks done. When I was 16, I worked at an ice cream shop during the summer and made killer money. Of course, we were paid cash and under the table. And the perks were awesome. Free ice cream. Plus you meet alot of people. Also, I live in Indiana. In the summer the farmers will hire young kids to detassle corn. It's hard work but, lots of money.
  • I was from a middle class family, so I never had to have a summer job until my late teens. I started out delivering flyers with a friend, but I made almost no money for the amount of walking & work required, so then I started joining government temp agencies to get office contracts since I was good at using computers. All my friends were making $5 an hour being out in the hot sun while mowing lawns, digging ditches or working on farms, while I got to stay indoors in a cushy, air conditioned office making over $15 an hour for sitting on my butt while typing.
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  • maybe you should look into an internship for the type of career that you want to do someday or some kind of apprenticeship, ~but~ you're thinking about making money so the standard teen stuff: like the mall, fast food, amusement parks stuff like that is where you're going to get in. ~Or~ unless you fancy yourself and entreprenuer!
  • lifeguard Fast Food Cashier Babysitting work at local Boys & Girls Club day cares volunteer at Salvation Army animal shelter walk neighbors dogs do some yard work for some neighobors
  • lifeguard, landscaping or Mc donalds
  • one that pays money
  • mcdonalds probably is the only place or other fast food places. Ps- most legal age to work is 16 with a work permt. make sure your legal to work. and you must get a work permit until you reach the age of 18. You can try locally owned stores or make your own like mow lawns, walk dogs, etc.. paper routes arn't very good money makers. i have had one for my newspaper company and I barely got paid basicly they give you the newspaper, and a bag for your bike and you roll it up and tie it with rubber bands and throw it at peoples houses/front door step or garage or put it in the mailbox. basicly i got pad $200 at the end of every month. this was monthly pay that means i had to wait at the end of every month to get my money. i mean as a young kid sure the job is nice but if you work at mcdonalds yoiu can make way more then $200 a month im sure.
  • Newspaper delivery person. Don't overlook the free weeklies or ad sections. The job market for everyone is difficult right now so look into things most people don't think of. Best is to think creatively and sell something on your own behalf. Put your own talents to work as in home handyman, babysitter, errand runner, grocery shopper, house sitter, pet tender, tutor or story reader for children, anything which you can do for which you find a demand. Yard work is almost always a winner among neighbors.
  • Movies such as: The Goonies, Star Wars (IV,V,VI), Indiana Jones, Close encounters of the third kind, E.T., Blade Runner, Dune, Hunt for the red october, Witness, Top Gun etc. Today's movies have no soul..What's wrong? No humour at all, nothing..You can watch The last action hero or Tango & Cash and laugh your *** off but today all the movies are so serious. Too much CGI, too much effects, sounds, lights, everything is happening so quickly, so fast, you can't even follow the plot, which is usually crap, etc. I mean, you can watch Independence day 10 times and it will still be interesting, while all these modern "Alien based" movies are barely watchable even for the first time..You don't get movies like Beetlejuice anymore either, or even one of the crappiest called Critters. Now it's all about leather jeans, martial arts, super duper ultra mega turbo superhuman skills, boys who behave like girls and girls who behave like boys etc. What happened to the movie industry? Did they ran out of inspiration? I am not old, just 29 but I can't watch any of the recent Hollywood garbage they make these days. Does anyone feel like that too? It's a disaster..
  • Because you have people with no sense of originality on their minds, therefore they make crap because they're focused on money, and also, because they know that people will continue to watch them. It's sad really.
  • Because the people are rejecting all forms of excellence. That is a symptom of impending cultural collapse, which is a big subject. You can find extensive examples and explanations here: http://comingdarkage.blogspot.com/
  • For the same reason they don't make good music.
  • the inbetweeners movie looks good
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