Subject: Re: High Tech economy in the US
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Date: Sun, 19 Jan 2003 00:46:54 GMT
NNTP-Posting-Date: Sun, 19 Jan 2003 00:46:54 GMT
Organization: AT&T Worldnet
For peace-minded positive Americans the world is wide open with hungry poor
For those who can afford to do so, you should go out and build things for
people in poor countries.
Build bridges, houses, roads, buildings, offices, schools, computers,
communications, etc. etc. - whatever you are able to do.
All the resources are available in this country. The engineer would be
yourself. The opportunity for work is endless. Money is the only issue. You
will have to leverage the governments responsible to fund the activities and
also pay for your food, shelter and clothing. I think it is a feasible
option. Get the right people together to pull strings and get the funding.
As long as you do it with the interest of the people foremost in your mind
(besides your own living expenses and savings, etc.), I would expect the
world to be wide open for US skills in all areas of engineering.
And once the depression is past, you can always get back and find something
to do right here.
"Rolavine" wrote in message
> I don't know about the rest of you, but I've been thinking of trying to
> Oregon as a 3rd world country. How's this for a slogan, ' We have great
> engineers that will work for curry'.
> Dubya is going to solve our problems though by giving money to people who
> invest. These are the same people that can borrow money for nothing now,
> still don't invest. Why don't they just give us money to start companies
> make crazy things. Oh wait a minute, we did that last decade, humm maybe
> is why these rich people won't invest. Go figure.
> I haven't given up hope yet all I need is one great idea. Anyone know of
> something that everybody will want, costs nothing to make, and sells
> Good Luck
> Your friend in the depression
> Rocky Test (may be open next month)