Tonight, I was talking to a radiologist. He travels the country setting up
radiology services. Overnight, all radiology scans are reviewed by
radiologists in Australia. They pay an Australian office for the service,
and since this is a new area of work for them, they are now making more
money than ever before, since using the off-hour service. This is the power
Fact, not Google Search.
This could just as easily have been India. But since the US has a trade
surplus to Australia
(http://www.census.gov/foreign-trade/balance/c6021.html), it does not
matter? Why aren't American radiologists up all night?
And, while your census figures are interesting, I noticed they include only
trade figures. For some reason you missed the actual value of the asset
investments by American companies in India - the FDI. Or do they not count?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Joe Pluta"
Subject: RE: [CPF0000] The globalization of COMMON,or is this the right
From: Trevor Perry
I started with an assumption. You showed me evidence that my assumptuion
was incorrect. I conceded that to you. Is that laziness?
And considering the fact that all it took to refute your "assumption"
(better known as rabble rousing BS) was to Google "US Trade Deficit", the
answer to this question is "Yes".