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  1. …And then while feebly attempting to CONDITION intelligent human beings into believing this nonsense, why does US richclass advocate Santorum accuse others of being CONDITIONED?

    If money is the only motivation in life, then don’t eat next time your stomach growls — instead ignore it, don’t eat, and endeavor to make money 24/7.

    ‘“…you’ve been conditioned to think health care is something you can get without having to pay for it… You have that drug, and maybe you’re alive today because people have a profit motive to make that drug… And if they didn’t think they could make money providing that drug, that drug wouldn’t be here. I sympathize with these compassionate cases…” Santorum said.’

    http://gma.yahoo.com/blogs/abc.....-news.html

    So, let’s quickly correct this idiot by barely listing socialist nation innovations in biotechnology [socialist nations wherein primary organizational missions are “to benefit society” (with “to earn profit” lowly subordinated)]…

    “(…the US) did not come out on top for all five benchmarks: intellectual property, enterprise support, the intensity of a country’s biotech activities, education/workforce, and infrastructure.

    – Finland, Israel, Singapore, and Sweden came out on top in terms of the infrastructure available for biotechs.

    – Singapore and Switzerland scored better than the US when it came to education/workforce.

    – Iceland ranked highest on the “intensity” score, which measured the intensity — public companies per capita, portion of overall R&D spending used for biotech, etc. — of a country’s biotech activities.

    – Although the US came out on top in intellectual property protections, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Ireland, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, and the UK weren’t too far behind. The small country of Denmark, however, leads the world in the number of biotech patents per member of the population.”

    http://www.medicalnewstoday.co.....150823.php
    @Let’s correct the 3rd responder’s answer listed as, “…I deal with these people daily as a pharmacist.”

    To…

    “I bow to deal with these riff-raff daily as a US richclass sycophant pharmacist.”
    @Henry Rearden – Is it OK with you if I take those courses in Socialist Japan? Or do you mandate by fascist dictate that I take those courses under a US richclass-serving American capitalist “profess”or (because I already did that — within my 200 American university hours)?

  2. …And then while feebly attempting to CONDITION intelligent human beings into believing this nonsense, why does US richclass advocate Santorum accuse others of being CONDITIONED?

    If money is the only motivation in life, then don’t eat next time your stomach growls — instead ignore it, don’t eat, and endeavor to make money 24/7.

    ‘“…you’ve been conditioned to think health care is something you can get without having to pay for it… You have that drug, and maybe you’re alive today because people have a profit motive to make that drug… And if they didn’t think they could make money providing that drug, that drug wouldn’t be here. I sympathize with these compassionate cases…” Santorum said.’

    http://gma.yahoo.com/blogs/abc.....-news.html

    So, let’s quickly correct this idiot by barely listing socialist nation innovations in biotechnology [socialist nations wherein primary organizational missions are “to benefit society” (with “to earn profit” lowly subordinated)]…

    “(…the US) did not come out on top for all five benchmarks: intellectual property, enterprise support, the intensity of a country’s biotech activities, education/workforce, and infrastructure.

    – Finland, Israel, Singapore, and Sweden came out on top in terms of the infrastructure available for biotechs.

    – Singapore and Switzerland scored better than the US when it came to education/workforce.

    – Iceland ranked highest on the “intensity” score, which measured the intensity — public companies per capita, portion of overall R&D spending used for biotech, etc. — of a country’s biotech activities.

    – Although the US came out on top in intellectual property protections, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Ireland, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, and the UK weren’t too far behind. The small country of Denmark, however, leads the world in the number of biotech patents per member of the population.”

    http://www.medicalnewstoday.co.....150823.php
    @Let’s correct the 3rd responder’s answer listed as, “…I deal with these people daily as a pharmacist.”

    To…

    “I bow to deal with these riff-raff daily as a US richclass sycophant pharmacist.”
    @Henry Rearden – Is it OK with you if I take those courses in Socialist Japan? Or do you mandate by fascist dictate that I take those courses under a US richclass-serving American capitalist “profess”or (because I already did that — within my 200 American university hours)?

  3. …And then while feebly attempting to CONDITION intelligent human beings into believing this nonsense, why does US richclass advocate Santorum accuse others of being CONDITIONED?

    If money is the only motivation in life, then don’t eat next time your stomach growls — instead ignore it, don’t eat, and endeavor to make money 24/7.

    ‘“…you’ve been conditioned to think health care is something you can get without having to pay for it… You have that drug, and maybe you’re alive today because people have a profit motive to make that drug… And if they didn’t think they could make money providing that drug, that drug wouldn’t be here. I sympathize with these compassionate cases…” Santorum said.’

    http://gma.yahoo.com/blogs/abc.....-news.html

    So, let’s quickly correct this idiot by barely listing socialist nation innovations in biotechnology [socialist nations wherein primary organizational missions are “to benefit society” (with “to earn profit” lowly subordinated)]…

    “(…the US) did not come out on top for all five benchmarks: intellectual property, enterprise support, the intensity of a country’s biotech activities, education/workforce, and infrastructure.

    – Finland, Israel, Singapore, and Sweden came out on top in terms of the infrastructure available for biotechs.

    – Singapore and Switzerland scored better than the US when it came to education/workforce.

    – Iceland ranked highest on the “intensity” score, which measured the intensity — public companies per capita, portion of overall R&D spending used for biotech, etc. — of a country’s biotech activities.

    – Although the US came out on top in intellectual property protections, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Ireland, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, and the UK weren’t too far behind. The small country of Denmark, however, leads the world in the number of biotech patents per member of the population.”

    http://www.medicalnewstoday.co.....150823.php
    @Let’s correct the 3rd responder’s answer listed as, “…I deal with these people daily as a pharmacist.”

    To…

    “I bow to deal with these riff-raff daily as a US richclass sycophant pharmacist.”
    @Henry Rearden – Is it OK with you if I take those courses in Socialist Japan? Or do you mandate by fascist dictate that I take those courses under a US richclass-serving American capitalist “profess”or (because I already did that — within my 200 American university hours)?

  4. I recently just read a lot of blogs and stories about foreigners in Korea, where most og them were experiences from foreign women. And a lot of them told about rapes, sexual assualts and stuff like that, and when they reported it, the police didn’t do anything about it. Which makes me really nervous and scared, since my friend and I are going to Korea this summer. So my questions are: 1) What do Koreans define as foreigners? I myself am Asian (Vietnamese) and my friend is white (Dane), but we are both from Denmark. So is there a bigger chance that she might get assualted than me? Or am I actually a foreigner too, and should be careful? 2) Can anyone tell me if there still is this sort of treatment on foreign women in Korea, since the stories and blogs were from 2006. 3) Should I be paranoid, and scared?
    Btw, I do know that I asked this question before, but I’m scared that I won’t get all of my answers. So please help me, since I need it a lot!

  5. Hello! 🙂

    I’m going to start a new life in Denmark, I do know much about the country, so could you help me?

    Firstly, I’m going to stay there for few months at least (from 07.2009 to 12.2009 or longer) , and I’m going to work & travel and probably study in Copenhagen from 2010 🙂

    I have a few problems at this moment:

    – where to stay (cheaply!) before I find a flat/room to rent?,

    – is it possible to work before getting CPR number/yellow card? I’ve heard making CPR takes about 3-4 weeks – a month without work? I guess before applying for CPR I have to take papers from registration office?

    – is it very hard to find any job if I don’t know Danish language (by the way – I’m going to learn this language, that’s why I’m moving in the first place) for 20 year old guy, rather inexperienced? I mean REALLY ANY job, even McDonald’s/KFC will be ok for me in the beginning,

    – write anything helpful/useful in Copenhagen, I coudn’t find good Copenhagen blogs for foreigners etc.

    Thank You very much!
    Michael 🙂

  6. I want to publicize a trilogy novel which are written in Norwegian and just sent to the publisher, but I want to let as many people to know this novel before the novel published.

    So anyone knows what are the most popular websites or blog in Norway, Sweden, Iceland, Denmark, etc. such countries where some ppl speak Norwegian? Really Appreciate it!! 🙂
    oh wow, how smart.. anyone gives them cookies?
    I mean like for Brazilian it’s “orkut”
    Chinese for “QQ”
    Americans for “myspace, facebook, twitter”
    I ain’t going to give either of you for best answer

  7. I am 16 and and live in England and everyone dresses the same here (Topman…basically) and I wanted to find some other clothes. I’ve seen Swedish/Danish blogs and like their style but where should I start. I f you could recommend some labels that would be great too, but remember I’m in the UK so not everything’s accessible here.(E.G you can get Acne, but not Weekday)

    P.S I don’t have much money

    Thanks in advance

    Oh and if you’re from other parts of Scandinavia please don’t get offended I put you all in the Denmark section. There’s no sections for any other countries

  8. Hello! 🙂

    I’m going to start a new life in Denmark, I do know much about the country, so could you help me?

    Firstly, I’m going to stay there for few months at least (from 07.2009 to 12.2009 or longer) , and I’m going to work & travel and probably study in Copenhagen from 2010 🙂

    I have a few problems at this moment:

    – where to stay (cheaply!) before I find a flat/room to rent?,

    – is it possible to work before getting CPR number/yellow card? I’ve heard making CPR takes about 3-4 weeks – a month without work? I guess before applying for CPR I have to take papers from registration office?

    – is it very hard to find any job if I don’t know Danish language (by the way – I’m going to learn this language, that’s why I’m moving in the first place) for 20 year old guy, rather inexperienced? I mean REALLY ANY job, even McDonald’s/KFC will be ok for me in the beginning,

    – write anything helpful/useful in Copenhagen, I coudn’t find good Copenhagen blogs for foreigners etc.

    Thank You very much!
    Michael 🙂

  9. Hello – A year and a half ago I got married to my long-term not to mention long-distance Canadian boyfriend – this meant that we’d be able to shag up together in Vancouver, Canada at some point. It took a while to get my permanent residence, but I finally got it in September (2011).
    Two days before I received the residence papers, I got a brilliant job – so I decided to stay (in Denmark, where I’m from) for a little while, in order to save up some money and get more work experience. I ended up LOVING my job. I hold a couple of MAs and most of my education I got in London, UK, so working and having a career is important to me…
    Anyways… now I am not sure I want to leave Denmark – and this is not just due to having a great job – it is mainly because I have been doing a bunch of online research on Vancouver and it seems that people living there are very dissatisfied with their lives – especially immigrants – no matter where they’re from.
    I google random things like ‘the job situation in Vancouver’ and I find really depressing articles and blogs about people who have moved there and want to go back to where they came from, because they can’t get a job, they think Canadians are unfriendly, it’s always raining, it’s too cold etc. etc.
    I have obviously been to Vancouver before and it has always been great, but then I was there on holidays and I always had the comfort of knowing I was going back to Denmark. But can someone please say something positive about living in Canada – will my English/Danish education be recognized? Met my husband when he was an exchange student from UBC at Copenhagen University so that should be alright, but I have read that even Brits’ education isn’t always recognized in Canada. Will my job experience even matter? Are people really that unfriendly? Will I have to wait on tables or scrub toilets for the rest of my life? Although it won’t be for the rest of my life, coz I’m not staying if that’s the case.
    All the negative articles I have read seem to say that unless you know someone in Vancouver and until you have Canadian experience you won’t get a job – you’ll be screwed. (How does one get Canadian experience if people won’t hire you?)
    I already know Vancouver is very beautiful. It’s a tough choice – I love my husband and we’ve been waiting for this for ages, but you can’t live on love alone and he has a crappy job.
    Can someone please tell me it’s all good???
    Thanks for your answers – I’d love something more substantial though – but good to know that English degrees are recognized and rain is ok some of the time 🙂
    Thanks for all of your answers – I am on level one in this Yahoo answering stuff, so I can’t rate any of it. The degrees that I “claim” to have are in Media Studies and Journalism and I have mainly worked within marketing. I have been to Vancouver 11 times already – I feel like Vancouver airport is my second home… The people I have met have all been nice. I had kind of hoped that someone could make up my mind for me – but I guess I’m going to have to do that myself 🙂

  10. I’m making a new blog. I’m from Denmark, and I can’t decide if I want to do this in English or Danish.
    Also I think it would be fun to know some answers to this question. Would you like the international blogs more? or less?

  11. I AM WORKING ON A ACCOUNT MINING PROJECT IN COLLECTING DATA ABOUT TELENOR.. TO IMPROVE THE PERFORMANCE AND QOS.. AND NETWORK QUALITY ETC.. IF U ARE FROM EITHER NORWAY OR DENMARK OR SWEDEN OR FINLAND U ARE WELCOME PLS HELP ME…. IF NOT PLS SHARE THE LINK WITH ME .. WHICH HAS THE CUSTOMER EXPERIENCES OF TELENOR..AUTHENTIC DATA.. WE WILL USE IT AS AN INPUT TO IMPROVE TELENOR
    HI i dont know how to reply u… so i came to yur profile and sent an email.. my id is physics.praveen@gmail.com… see am not working for telenor directly.. nor am from norway…am in india… telenor is our client… i mean my company’s client… . we ve an assignment.. i ve to find out wher telenor goes wrong their prob areas and solutions… ve to propose…. and we are confined to nordic region…only.. norway, denmark, sweden, finland..

  12. …And then while feebly attempting to CONDITION intelligent human beings into believing this nonsense, why does US richclass advocate Santorum accuse others of being CONDITIONED?

    If money is the only motivation in life, then don’t eat next time your stomach growls — instead ignore it, don’t eat, and endeavor to make money 24/7.

    ‘“…you’ve been conditioned to think health care is something you can get without having to pay for it… You have that drug, and maybe you’re alive today because people have a profit motive to make that drug… And if they didn’t think they could make money providing that drug, that drug wouldn’t be here. I sympathize with these compassionate cases…” Santorum said.’

    http://gma.yahoo.com/blogs/abc.....-news.html

    So, let’s quickly correct this idiot by barely listing socialist nation innovations in biotechnology [socialist nations wherein primary organizational missions are “to benefit society” (with “to earn profit” lowly subordinated)]…

    “(…the US) did not come out on top for all five benchmarks: intellectual property, enterprise support, the intensity of a country’s biotech activities, education/workforce, and infrastructure.

    – Finland, Israel, Singapore, and Sweden came out on top in terms of the infrastructure available for biotechs.

    – Singapore and Switzerland scored better than the US when it came to education/workforce.

    – Iceland ranked highest on the “intensity” score, which measured the intensity — public companies per capita, portion of overall R&D spending used for biotech, etc. — of a country’s biotech activities.

    – Although the US came out on top in intellectual property protections, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Ireland, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, and the UK weren’t too far behind. The small country of Denmark, however, leads the world in the number of biotech patents per member of the population.”

    http://www.medicalnewstoday.co.....150823.php
    @Let’s correct the 3rd responder’s answer listed as, “…I deal with these people daily as a pharmacist.”

    To…

    “I bow to deal with these riff-raff daily as a US richclass sycophant pharmacist.”
    @Henry Rearden – Is it OK with you if I take those courses in Socialist Japan? Or do you mandate by fascist dictate that I take those courses under a US richclass-serving American capitalist “profess”or (because I already did that — within my 200 American university hours)?

  13. Hello – A year and a half ago I got married to my long-term not to mention long-distance Canadian boyfriend – this meant that we’d be able to shag up together in Vancouver, Canada at some point. It took a while to get my permanent residence, but I finally got it in September (2011).
    Two days before I received the residence papers, I got a brilliant job – so I decided to stay (in Denmark, where I’m from) for a little while, in order to save up some money and get more work experience. I ended up LOVING my job. I hold a couple of MAs and most of my education I got in London, UK, so working and having a career is important to me…
    Anyways… now I am not sure I want to leave Denmark – and this is not just due to having a great job – it is mainly because I have been doing a bunch of online research on Vancouver and it seems that people living there are very dissatisfied with their lives – especially immigrants – no matter where they’re from.
    I google random things like ‘the job situation in Vancouver’ and I find really depressing articles and blogs about people who have moved there and want to go back to where they came from, because they can’t get a job, they think Canadians are unfriendly, it’s always raining, it’s too cold etc. etc.
    I have obviously been to Vancouver before and it has always been great, but then I was there on holidays and I always had the comfort of knowing I was going back to Denmark. But can someone please say something positive about living in Canada – will my English/Danish education be recognized? Met my husband when he was an exchange student from UBC at Copenhagen University so that should be alright, but I have read that even Brits’ education isn’t always recognized in Canada. Will my job experience even matter? Are people really that unfriendly? Will I have to wait on tables or scrub toilets for the rest of my life? Although it won’t be for the rest of my life, coz I’m not staying if that’s the case.
    All the negative articles I have read seem to say that unless you know someone in Vancouver and until you have Canadian experience you won’t get a job – you’ll be screwed. (How does one get Canadian experience if people won’t hire you?)
    I already know Vancouver is very beautiful. It’s a tough choice – I love my husband and we’ve been waiting for this for ages, but you can’t live on love alone and he has a crappy job.
    Can someone please tell me it’s all good???
    Thanks for your answers – I’d love something more substantial though – but good to know that English degrees are recognized and rain is ok some of the time 🙂
    Thanks for all of your answers – I am on level one in this Yahoo answering stuff, so I can’t rate any of it. The degrees that I “claim” to have are in Media Studies and Journalism and I have mainly worked within marketing. I have been to Vancouver 11 times already – I feel like Vancouver airport is my second home… The people I have met have all been nice. I had kind of hoped that someone could make up my mind for me – but I guess I’m going to have to do that myself 🙂

  14. LO, and BEHOLD! It turns out that people are lazy! And they will wait as looooooong as possible until going out to find another job.

    excerpt…
    Denmark has long held the title of the best place on earth to be laid off. With an expensive, generous welfare state, and the world’s most lavish unemployment insurance scheme, virtually no one falls through the cracks upon losing a job.

    But the government unveiled an unpleasant surprise in June, when it halved the country’s whopping four-year unemployment benefits period to help mend its finances after the financial crisis.

    The reason: Danish studies show that the longer a person goes without a job, the harder it is to find work. Many people get a job within the first three months of entering the system, but many more wait until just before benefits expire to take anything available.

    “So you need to have a period of unemployment that is as short as possible,” Claus Hjort Frederiksen, the finance minister, told me recently in Copenhagen.
    http://economix.blogs.nytimes......?src=busln

  15. Hello – A year and a half ago I got married to my long-term not to mention long-distance Canadian boyfriend – this meant that we’d be able to shag up together in Vancouver, Canada at some point. It took a while to get my permanent residence, but I finally got it in September (2011).
    Two days before I received the residence papers, I got a brilliant job – so I decided to stay (in Denmark, where I’m from) for a little while, in order to save up some money and get more work experience. I ended up LOVING my job. I hold a couple of MAs and most of my education I got in London, UK, so working and having a career is important to me…
    Anyways… now I am not sure I want to leave Denmark – and this is not just due to having a great job – it is mainly because I have been doing a bunch of online research on Vancouver and it seems that people living there are very dissatisfied with their lives – especially immigrants – no matter where they’re from.
    I google random things like ‘the job situation in Vancouver’ and I find really depressing articles and blogs about people who have moved there and want to go back to where they came from, because they can’t get a job, they think Canadians are unfriendly, it’s always raining, it’s too cold etc. etc.
    I have obviously been to Vancouver before and it has always been great, but then I was there on holidays and I always had the comfort of knowing I was going back to Denmark. But can someone please say something positive about living in Canada – will my English/Danish education be recognized? Met my husband when he was an exchange student from UBC at Copenhagen University so that should be alright, but I have read that even Brits’ education isn’t always recognized in Canada. Will my job experience even matter? Are people really that unfriendly? Will I have to wait on tables or scrub toilets for the rest of my life? Although it won’t be for the rest of my life, coz I’m not staying if that’s the case.
    All the negative articles I have read seem to say that unless you know someone in Vancouver and until you have Canadian experience you won’t get a job – you’ll be screwed. (How does one get Canadian experience if people won’t hire you?)
    I already know Vancouver is very beautiful. It’s a tough choice – I love my husband and we’ve been waiting for this for ages, but you can’t live on love alone and he has a crappy job.
    Can someone please tell me it’s all good???
    Thanks for your answers – I’d love something more substantial though – but good to know that English degrees are recognized and rain is ok some of the time 🙂
    Thanks for all of your answers – I am on level one in this Yahoo answering stuff, so I can’t rate any of it. The degrees that I “claim” to have are in Media Studies and Journalism and I have mainly worked within marketing. I have been to Vancouver 11 times already – I feel like Vancouver airport is my second home… The people I have met have all been nice. I had kind of hoped that someone could make up my mind for me – but I guess I’m going to have to do that myself 🙂

  16. I recently just read a lot of blogs and stories about foreigners in Korea, where most og them were experiences from foreign women. And a lot of them told about rapes, sexual assualts and stuff like that, and when they reported it, the police didn’t do anything about it. Which makes me really nervous and scared, since my friend and I are going to Korea this summer. So my questions are: 1) What do Koreans define as foreigners? I myself am Asian (Vietnamese) and my friend is white (Dane), but we are both from Denmark. So is there a bigger chance that she might get assualted than me? Or am I actually a foreigner too, and should be careful? 2) Can anyone tell me if there still is this sort of treatment on foreign women in Korea, since the stories and blogs were from 2006. 3) Should I be paranoid, and scared?
    Btw, I do know that I asked this question before, but I’m scared that I won’t get all of my answers. So please help me, since I need it a lot!

  17. Hello – A year and a half ago I got married to my long-term not to mention long-distance Canadian boyfriend – this meant that we’d be able to shag up together in Vancouver, Canada at some point. It took a while to get my permanent residence, but I finally got it in September (2011).
    Two days before I received the residence papers, I got a brilliant job – so I decided to stay (in Denmark, where I’m from) for a little while, in order to save up some money and get more work experience. I ended up LOVING my job. I hold a couple of MAs and most of my education I got in London, UK, so working and having a career is important to me…
    Anyways… now I am not sure I want to leave Denmark – and this is not just due to having a great job – it is mainly because I have been doing a bunch of online research on Vancouver and it seems that people living there are very dissatisfied with their lives – especially immigrants – no matter where they’re from.
    I google random things like ‘the job situation in Vancouver’ and I find really depressing articles and blogs about people who have moved there and want to go back to where they came from, because they can’t get a job, they think Canadians are unfriendly, it’s always raining, it’s too cold etc. etc.
    I have obviously been to Vancouver before and it has always been great, but then I was there on holidays and I always had the comfort of knowing I was going back to Denmark. But can someone please say something positive about living in Canada – will my English/Danish education be recognized? Met my husband when he was an exchange student from UBC at Copenhagen University so that should be alright, but I have read that even Brits’ education isn’t always recognized in Canada. Will my job experience even matter? Are people really that unfriendly? Will I have to wait on tables or scrub toilets for the rest of my life? Although it won’t be for the rest of my life, coz I’m not staying if that’s the case.
    All the negative articles I have read seem to say that unless you know someone in Vancouver and until you have Canadian experience you won’t get a job – you’ll be screwed. (How does one get Canadian experience if people won’t hire you?)
    I already know Vancouver is very beautiful. It’s a tough choice – I love my husband and we’ve been waiting for this for ages, but you can’t live on love alone and he has a crappy job.
    Can someone please tell me it’s all good???
    Thanks for your answers – I’d love something more substantial though – but good to know that English degrees are recognized and rain is ok some of the time 🙂
    Thanks for all of your answers – I am on level one in this Yahoo answering stuff, so I can’t rate any of it. The degrees that I “claim” to have are in Media Studies and Journalism and I have mainly worked within marketing. I have been to Vancouver 11 times already – I feel like Vancouver airport is my second home… The people I have met have all been nice. I had kind of hoped that someone could make up my mind for me – but I guess I’m going to have to do that myself 🙂

  18. …And then while feebly attempting to CONDITION intelligent human beings into believing this nonsense, why does US richclass advocate Santorum accuse others of being CONDITIONED?

    If money is the only motivation in life, then don’t eat next time your stomach growls — instead ignore it, don’t eat, and endeavor to make money 24/7.

    ‘“…you’ve been conditioned to think health care is something you can get without having to pay for it… You have that drug, and maybe you’re alive today because people have a profit motive to make that drug… And if they didn’t think they could make money providing that drug, that drug wouldn’t be here. I sympathize with these compassionate cases…” Santorum said.’

    http://gma.yahoo.com/blogs/abc.....-news.html

    So, let’s quickly correct this idiot by barely listing socialist nation innovations in biotechnology [socialist nations wherein primary organizational missions are “to benefit society” (with “to earn profit” lowly subordinated)]…

    “(…the US) did not come out on top for all five benchmarks: intellectual property, enterprise support, the intensity of a country’s biotech activities, education/workforce, and infrastructure.

    – Finland, Israel, Singapore, and Sweden came out on top in terms of the infrastructure available for biotechs.

    – Singapore and Switzerland scored better than the US when it came to education/workforce.

    – Iceland ranked highest on the “intensity” score, which measured the intensity — public companies per capita, portion of overall R&D spending used for biotech, etc. — of a country’s biotech activities.

    – Although the US came out on top in intellectual property protections, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Ireland, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, and the UK weren’t too far behind. The small country of Denmark, however, leads the world in the number of biotech patents per member of the population.”

    http://www.medicalnewstoday.co.....150823.php
    @Let’s correct the 3rd responder’s answer listed as, “…I deal with these people daily as a pharmacist.”

    To…

    “I bow to deal with these riff-raff daily as a US richclass sycophant pharmacist.”
    @Henry Rearden – Is it OK with you if I take those courses in Socialist Japan? Or do you mandate by fascist dictate that I take those courses under a US richclass-serving American capitalist “profess”or (because I already did that — within my 200 American university hours)?

  19. Obama has given over 120 media interviews in 8 months, plays golf almost every weekend, has taken several vacations, is spending 2 days in Denmark to lobby for 2016 Olympics – but has only talked to Gen. McChrystal, Afghanistan commander, 1 time in 70 days

    Do you see a problem with this?

    http://blogs.ajc.com/kyle-wing....._wingfield

  20. I AM WORKING ON A ACCOUNT MINING PROJECT IN COLLECTING DATA ABOUT TELENOR.. TO IMPROVE THE PERFORMANCE AND QOS.. AND NETWORK QUALITY ETC.. IF U ARE FROM EITHER NORWAY OR DENMARK OR SWEDEN OR FINLAND U ARE WELCOME PLS HELP ME…. IF NOT PLS SHARE THE LINK WITH ME .. WHICH HAS THE CUSTOMER EXPERIENCES OF TELENOR..AUTHENTIC DATA.. WE WILL USE IT AS AN INPUT TO IMPROVE TELENOR
    HI i dont know how to reply u… so i came to yur profile and sent an email.. my id is physics.praveen@gmail.com… see am not working for telenor directly.. nor am from norway…am in india… telenor is our client… i mean my company’s client… . we ve an assignment.. i ve to find out wher telenor goes wrong their prob areas and solutions… ve to propose…. and we are confined to nordic region…only.. norway, denmark, sweden, finland..

  21. I recently just read a lot of blogs and stories about foreigners in Korea, where most og them were experiences from foreign women. And a lot of them told about rapes, sexual assualts and stuff like that, and when they reported it, the police didn’t do anything about it. Which makes me really nervous and scared, since my friend and I are going to Korea this summer. So my questions are: 1) What do Koreans define as foreigners? I myself am Asian (Vietnamese) and my friend is white (Dane), but we are both from Denmark. So is there a bigger chance that she might get assualted than me? Or am I actually a foreigner too, and should be careful? 2) Can anyone tell me if there still is this sort of treatment on foreign women in Korea, since the stories and blogs were from 2006. 3) Should I be paranoid, and scared?
    Btw, I do know that I asked this question before, but I’m scared that I won’t get all of my answers. So please help me, since I need it a lot!

  22. …And then while feebly attempting to CONDITION intelligent human beings into believing this nonsense, why does US richclass advocate Santorum accuse others of being CONDITIONED?

    If money is the only motivation in life, then don’t eat next time your stomach growls — instead ignore it, don’t eat, and endeavor to make money 24/7.

    ‘“…you’ve been conditioned to think health care is something you can get without having to pay for it… You have that drug, and maybe you’re alive today because people have a profit motive to make that drug… And if they didn’t think they could make money providing that drug, that drug wouldn’t be here. I sympathize with these compassionate cases…” Santorum said.’

    http://gma.yahoo.com/blogs/abc.....-news.html

    So, let’s quickly correct this idiot by barely listing socialist nation innovations in biotechnology [socialist nations wherein primary organizational missions are “to benefit society” (with “to earn profit” lowly subordinated)]…

    “(…the US) did not come out on top for all five benchmarks: intellectual property, enterprise support, the intensity of a country’s biotech activities, education/workforce, and infrastructure.

    – Finland, Israel, Singapore, and Sweden came out on top in terms of the infrastructure available for biotechs.

    – Singapore and Switzerland scored better than the US when it came to education/workforce.

    – Iceland ranked highest on the “intensity” score, which measured the intensity — public companies per capita, portion of overall R&D spending used for biotech, etc. — of a country’s biotech activities.

    – Although the US came out on top in intellectual property protections, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Ireland, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, and the UK weren’t too far behind. The small country of Denmark, however, leads the world in the number of biotech patents per member of the population.”

    http://www.medicalnewstoday.co.....150823.php
    @Let’s correct the 3rd responder’s answer listed as, “…I deal with these people daily as a pharmacist.”

    To…

    “I bow to deal with these riff-raff daily as a US richclass sycophant pharmacist.”
    @Henry Rearden – Is it OK with you if I take those courses in Socialist Japan? Or do you mandate by fascist dictate that I take those courses under a US richclass-serving American capitalist “profess”or (because I already did that — within my 200 American university hours)?

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