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Lunch in the USA is typically between 12:00pm – 1:00pm. Of course, there are exceptions. Some schools schedule lunch starting anywhere from 10:00am – 1:00pm. If possible, office-goers leave their offices by 11:30am or 11:45am to avoid long lines (sic. queues) at 12:00pm. Some people may have lunch after 1:00pm, but, that is rare. Rarer still is to see people have lunch after 1:30pm. Generally, those who have not eaten lunch by 1:30pm will skip lunch.

Musk and Tesla/SpaceX/The Boring Co., etc. Completely chaotic 'management'. Tesla will never suceed with constantly moving goalposts that score own goals. You cannot successfully run a company by Tweet, in the same you
cannot successfully run a country by Tweet! You can panic and chase your own tail, with endless changes, Mr. Musk, but you won't stop those that know how to make cars from beating the hell out of you....... That's what 100 years of experience teaches you.

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No, BBC, this comment is a disgrace:
"Meanwhile, Tom Enders is due to leave his job in April. So perhaps he's in a very good position to talk tough, without worrying whom he's upsetting in the process."
Theo Leggett, BBC business correspondent. You assume somebody retiring will always do the wrong thing? Disgusting.

Lords voting: Conservative (247), DUP (4), Labour (185), Liberal Democrats (95),
Ulster Unionist Party (2) UK Independence Party (1) Green Party (1) Plaid Cymru (1)
     Non-affiliated (29) Independents (6)
Crossbench 184
Commons [650] HM Government: Conservative Party (313)  Democratic Unionist Party (10)
HM Most Loyal Opposition: Labour Party (245) Scottish National Party (35) Liberal Democrats (11) Change UK (11)
     Sinn Féin (7) (abstentionist) Plaid Cymru (4) Green Party (1) Independent (11)
Vacant: Vacant (1)
Speaker: Speaker (1)



NO means NO, May!

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If you're British - vote for this. Vote REVOKE now

Summary of the REVOKE petition. Many constituencies at 30% of the full vote!



US Govt. Shutdown 2018/19
Most Government departments
re-open at 6:00 AM on Monday, January 28, 2019
Departments that were closed:

National Science Foundation
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Energy Star
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Pending (and then confirmed) news
Last year, Trump directed the Commerce Department to investigate whether automotive imports pose a threat to national security, with a report due no later than 2019-02-17. If the report finds cause for concern (as everybody expects), it would give him the authority to impose tariffs within 90 days. He has already proposed a 25% tariff on imported autos.


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