2013-12-09T19:44:33.841+13:00So you think you've got the source of all your business nailed through those spiffy Google Analytics statistics?
Well worth the read - some salient points to think about. However I couldn't help but think how the entire political left works the same way.
So Wolak says Labour’s policy will reduce competition, increase costs and increase teh risk of power shortages. And this from the man they cite as the rationale for their policy. How humiliating.
"Fallow on power" http://feedly.com/k/13SqF1c
The other part to overlay on this is spin up and down time - once a shortage is impending how quickly can a given source ramp up. And that speed will be very different for standing start versus already generating
The only people more moronic than these politicians right now are those that still believe they are competent to govern
Who wants to pay more for power simply so beneficiaries can have another kid? Put like that, I doubt even Labour party supporters would support it.
Except they're most likely the ones paying the more exorbitant amounts of electricity anyway. NRT seems to forget most people hadnt realised until now they were being taxed via their power bills so are now just as pssd at Labour for their gouging as National for privatizing.
What will be interesting to see is how many realise it is the partial privatisation that gives the best chance of stable prices.
In 2010 alone, 4800 children were born to solo mothers already on the DPB – 7.5 per cent of the total live births that year.
What more is there to say about our direction if that's not changed?
Salt, spices, cotton, whale oil and many others should have taught us by now that every commodity will suddenly decrease in value.
The main risk is in trying to predict when
This is pure unadulterated expectations above ones station.
An interesting side point is whether it is everybody's absolute right to have children to the (current) point of society bearing the cost of allowing that right to all.
Part that seems to be missed in these debates isn't what happens to the jobs directly affected by the rise, but what happens to those that aren't?
If they all also rose, then the change has achieved nothing except pure inflation. If they don't rise then what happens to the motivation of those that had through education, longer service, and better performance produced a margin above the base...?
2013-01-24T14:13:03.906+13:00No Right Turn: The first rule of lese majeste is that you don't talk about lese majeste...
2013-01-22T17:56:58.949+13:00No Right Turn: Censoring the environment: Stupid and undemocratic
2013-01-22T17:52:04.504+13:00No Right Turn: British torture goes to court
2013-01-17T07:58:31.523+13:00No Right Turn: Not so "neutral" after all II
2013-01-15T19:07:26.013+13:00No Right Turn: Not even pretending anymore
Unknown, and yet still more than the DPB...