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Discussion in 'Politics & World News' started by $tinkle, May 18, 2010.
New AZ law: Firms have no legal duty to have translators
another step toward AZ as english only?
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I think you mean English™
Srsly?? No...Really?? This is dumb. This is a non-issue.
I know that if I needed brain surgery for some reason, I DO NOT want someone with a southern drawl as my surgeon. I also don't want someone that only speaks Japanese that I need my 12 year old to translate for, as "my doctor" of any type. I guess the world encompasses all kinds...
This is dumb. Next plz.
wanna learn how to drive? ask psp
learn how to get chicks? ask mushu
yeah, i see your point.
Another pausing point in my quest to wonder what life would be like without lawyers...
No more witty and amusing posts by Dirt?
he'd die from the lack of attention.
I'd vote this for worst lawsuit of the year, but Orly the Birther seems to have that one in the bag.
Discrimination? Nah. They'd have better luck attempting to sue under the ADA, claiming that a foreign tongue creates a disbability in America.
To a chick, all tongues are foreign...
The optometrist actually had somewhat of a point in turning the lady away. Here's the AMA's stance on the issue:
NB: Optometrists are not physicians and thus this AMA opinion doesn't directly affect them but the analogy is clear.
i guess you have never heard someone from the backwoods of maine speak?
they sound pretty much the same as canadians.
They can speak!??!?!!
I bet the optometrist routinely complains that illegals don't contribute to the local economy.
They come here and never purchase goods or services and they take all our jobs away...
the stolen jobs are largely labor, primarily by latinos.
the far fewer number of available computing jobs are taken by asians/indians, who by their trade more often need corrected vision.
i think that's what his beef is, capitalist bastard that he is
His new eyechart
Dora the explo....... Illegal???
What's next, book burning?
this seems appropriate: