Saraib820 commented on the following stories on BizSugar
One of the more poignant of the public service announcements and one which showed the power of a 30 second tv spot to work on attitudes. I doubt that anyone who saw this in the 1970's ever forgot the Indian (Native American) with the tear running down his cheek."
Duncan, You can almost imagine the conversation in the boardroom: "So guys, what do you think about that really bright, personable, highly-qualified gem of a human being who applied today?" "You mean the one with cerebral palsy?????" "Why yes, I do mean him." "Put him on the do not hire list, that's all we need is a high achiever with a disability showing us up!" This is the kind of story that makes my day and my week! Rivkah"
Duncan, From everything I understand, Ahmadinejhad has no real power, he is simply the front-man for the mullahs. They have all of the real power, make all of the policies and push all of the buttons. He seems to be really nothing more than a figurehead. I'm guessing from all of the signs here: large squadrons of fighter jets and aerial tankers flying through the sky daily (rehearsals?), passing out of refurbished gas-masks and nerve-gas antidotes, more and more frequent air-raid drills, etc., that something is in the works. After the Israeli attack on the Osirak reactor in 1981, Israel received complete worldwide condemnation. The feeling from what I read is that much of the world is fearful of the Iranian bomb. Countries like the UAE, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and quite a few others in the ME have endorsed an Israeli attack with rumors that Saudi Arabia, Iraq and Jordan would even grant overfly rights for an attack. It seems that this time much of the world might agree. But as the article states, especially with the worst-case scenario in which Iran closes down the Srait of Hormuz, what would happen next? A success might set the Iranian bomb back, but how would the world feel when oil prices climb to $200, $300 or $400 a barrel? How would drivers feel when they are paying $8 per gallon of gas? Only time will tell I guess. "