5 things to know for your Sunday in Indiana

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5 things to know for your Sunday in Indiana
5 things to know for your Sunday in Indiana
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# 1 & 5 does not compute
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olthadi (1/12/2014)
# 1 & 5 does not compute


Of course it does, Think Politicians.
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  I go past the MOR/ryde plant on Bristol St almost every day and for the last  4-5-6-years there has been a large sign advertising "Help Wanted" at the plant. 
In today's economy, you would think those jobs would be gone in a flash. I can't help but wonder if they pay poorly or if it is a terrible place to work.
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  I go past the MOR/ryde plant on Bristol St almost every day and for the last  4-5-6-years there has been a large sign advertising "Help Wanted" at the plant. 
In today's economy, you would think those jobs would be gone in a flash. I can't help but wonder if they pay poorly or if it is a terrible place to work.


Or if people can't pass drug tests, meet educational demands, or want to work as long as monies are handed out to them for doing nothing.  My guess is mostly numbers 1 and 2.  Maybe the schools need to get away from spending all their time trying to education students into becoming college students (which we know is not possible) and bring back the industrial arts programs which would actually teach people how to use math that is meaningful to them, learn to run machinery, fix cars, read micrometers, or even rulers, basic electricity skills, and reading blueprints.  Things that those NOT INTERESTED in the four year university could actually use to get started in an adult life!  THE STUPIDEST THING THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS HAVE EVER DONE WAS TO DO AWAY WITH THE INDUSTRIAL ARTS PROGRAMS.      STUPIDEST EVER!!!!!
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