“companies like Apple, MS and Google make me proud to be an American. Their fanboys make me sad.
just wish that they manufactured them here. bring those jobs back to America. better than making bombs to drop on ppl...”
Ash G on Jun 19, 2012 at 02:11:42
“Most of Microsoft's employees are in Redmond. And they are still hiring by the way.”
builder101 on Jun 19, 2012 at 00:08:34
“I agree with you on both counts. These guys are worse than football fans. f&f”
nikolrap on Jun 18, 2012 at 23:55:44
“I enjoy my Android tablet and phone and my Windows PC. I would consider Apple if they were a better company and went beyond fashion accessory. Competition is good for all consumers.. and agree about the jobs.”
“it says 1 of the surveys controlled for "hours" --- it's not debatable that men work more YEARS of the life slaving away to an earlier grave...
men get $h*t on left and right in this country. the average man does not control on any level whatsoever what the average woman makes...the average man controls NOTHING.”
Doctress Julia B on Apr 19, 2012 at 19:16:18
“POOR, POOR YOU. /s”
LynnW49 on Apr 17, 2012 at 18:45:02
“"men get $h*t on left and right in this country."
Ooooo. Unhappy (imagined) victim are we? Others might have some rights, too. How dreadful for you.”
RoseRiveter on Apr 17, 2012 at 18:29:28
“The article doesn't say average men are to blame, it's society as a whole. That includes the fact that women have let it go for so long. I'm guessing your comment is referring to the survey that says "even after controlling for college major, occupation, industry, sector, hours, work experience, education, GPA, age, race/ethnicity, religion, marital status and number of children a 5 percent gap between male and female earnings existed one year out of college. Ten years out of college, a 12 percent 'unexplained difference' was found." so there's a bit more to it than just hours. Besides the average man *could* stand up for women and do things such as request their state and federal representatives to institute wage equality regulations or even just recommend a female coworker for promotion or raise if she deserves it rather than just sulking about how hard it is to be a man. The management positions of America are riddled with average men, if they don't have control over anything, well, I guess that explains a lot.”
brooce on Apr 17, 2012 at 17:50:00
Disketta on Apr 17, 2012 at 17:49:06
“Yet he still makes more money. Ever wonder about that?”