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  • charlie_ponzi_1952 charlie_ponzi_1952 Nov 16, 2012 8:15 PM Flag

    Algore -idiot cannot do math.

    But wait a minute: 175/5 = 35. So his restaurants employ 35 people each. But that means that he falls UNDER the 50-employee threshold where the law even applies to him!!
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    Retard,he is quoting $175k of profit,not sales which the new law refers to.So the owner has maybe 100 to 200 workers.

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    • But wait a minute: 175/5 = 35. So his restaurants employ 35 people each. But that means that he falls UNDER the 50-employee threshold where the law even applies to him!!
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      Retard,he is quoting $175k of profit,not sales which the new law refers to.So the owner has maybe 100 to 200 workers.

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      What in god's name are you babbling about, you idiot? The guy clearly said that health insurance would cost him $5K per employee, or $175K per restaurant. He THEN added that his restaurants don't MAKE $175K in profit, but that is irrelevant.

      The MATH, dodo, is 175K in costs / 5K per person = 35 people. Just as I said.

      His profits could be zero per location or $1 billion, and it would have ZERO effect on the calculation of the total number of employees needed to generate $175K in insurance costs, at $5K per.

      And of course, this idiot then yells out a headline that * I * "cannot do math."

      There is a reason that New Zealand has never amounted to anything. They can't even count sheep (only bang them).

 
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