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originally posted by: ketsuko
originally posted by: hopenotfeariswhatweneed
a reply to: ketsuko
I'm OK with it as long as the money does go back into the economy, how Exactly do we know it is though ?
If the money leaves one person's hands and goes to someone else, it's being spent on something and is going somewhere.
For all that it was a crappy thing, no one can deny that tons of money moved through Common Core to various people and places.
originally posted by: Wildmanimal
a reply to: toysforadults
How about eliminating taxpayer subsidies
on shipping as a philanthropic measure?
Those that have to promote/think about
concepts such as this, are overdue to have their
Monopoly boards busted up into scattered pieces.
originally posted by: toysforadults
originally posted by: Subsonic
Free education for the world's poor. These tech guys know that we need to bring the level of education in this world up a notch or two in order to prepare the populace for the jobs of the future. If he could start a non-profit dedicated to opening thousands of quality schools around the world, especially in the most under-served areas, that would be a worthwhile cause.
As someone who is learning network automation allow me to tell you the future of jobs...
there won't be many
originally posted by: seentoomuch
Hahahaa! After reading y'alls ideas, here's mine:
Another hospital like St. Judes which does not charge for childrens' cancer treatments and care. It also pays for room and board for the parents and transportation too I believe. As for the name of the hospital, well y'all will think of some cool ones I'm sure, lol.