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Jan 29th 2010 10:08PM Several years ago (9/11/2001), before the ban on using cell phones, the people on the plane that smashed into PA with terrorists on board were using cell phones to describe their actions. Guess what? Our fleet of planes was older then.
Also, I used cell phones on planes for years and none of those planes had interference problems.
Mar 18th 2009 12:32PM Absolutely right. I have not heard anyone talking about "fiduciary duty" in any public conversations. Here is the definition: The fiduciary duty is a legal relationship of confidence or trust between two or more parties, most commonly a fiduciary or trustee and a principal or beneficiary. ...
This principle has been in place in our financial system probably since Alexander Hamilton's time, excepting the 20's. AIG had a risk group that would have thrown a red flag up, but it was disbanded (so stated by a prior CEO). I believe that this principle has made the USA the pre-eminent financial country on earth. Acts that created these toxic assets should be considered treasonous. AIG should be dismembered and the pieces auctioned off within 30 days. Let the financial wizards put a price on these assets through the auction process, and let's stop talking about them.
Nov 6th 2006 12:54PM It ain't over till the fat lady sings. TJ needs to learn how to act; all superbowl teams have had players that looked like they got hit by a Mack truck when the Defense touched them on the back. Bratkowski is super.....he just needed some help on that Hail Mary. Given how little time Carson has, and until the offensive line is back at 100%, the guys catching the ball have to make the extra super effort.