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Should our team leader be telling us to do this? Is it legal?

A:  I''m sure it is, I would be extremely annoyed if someone re used my card without my authority. Ask your team leader how she can guarantee that the man is on business and not on a holiday without a phone call? Also ask where the written procedure training document is that states you can re use credit card information from customers that re book, and how you are supposed to identify who works for which company. If that is the system that she wants you to use then why hasn''t your team leader set up a data base with every customers card details on. Because that is basically what she is asking you to do. Can''t quote any law for you to refer to but a google on credit cards or a quick phone call would put you straight. This should be impossible. Any ''cardholder not...

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Will i see any combat as an 88M in the army overseas?

A:  You will only see action if your convoy comes under attack. This is a rare occurrence in Iraq because there are so many civilian transportation convoys. It is much more common in Afghanistan, but most times your convoy will roll right on through an IED attack (if possible). You will carry your M16 (although some soldiers will carry a SAW). There are also gun trucks or weapons (like a .50 cal) mounted on the top of the vehicles. AIT for an 88m is easy. You go through the MOTOC (Motor Transportion Operators Course) in like 6 weeks. Mostly, it is sitting around waiting for your turn to drive. At Leonard Wood, we got weekend passes every weekend. But beware, they get their PT on at Leonard Wood! contact possibly, combat no. atleast not combat...

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Is being a military officer really that boring as opposed to enlisted?

A:  Too much of a generalization, but not far from the truth. But consider the exceptions. Do you think a supply sgt who spends all day doing paperwork making low pay has more fun than a Special Forces officer? And which of these spends more time in the field kicking in doors? As an enlisted member there is always a lot of people telling you what to do. As an officer there are slightly fewer. Also consider that any officer worth his salt will find ways to stay in the ''fun'' jobs and avoid the paperwork jobs. Lastly consider this. If an E-7 and an O-5 retire this year at 20 years of service then the retirement paycheck each will receive would be $1936 for the SFC and $3675 for the LTC. My husband said he always feels bad for the officers because they stay at work a lot longer than enlisted due...

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How does the military determine a click is?

A:  If you use the left button, it''s a click. If you use the right button, it''s a right-click. Some mice have three buttons, which allows a middle-click, but the behavior of the middle-click is not well defined. OH, you mean a kilometer. Well, first measure the duration of 9,192,631,770 periods of the radiation corresponding to the transition between the two hyperfine levels of the ground state of the caesium 133 atom. This is a second. Then shoot a photon off through a vacuum for 299,792.458 seconds. That''s a kilometer. Usually we don''t do all that, we just look at the lines on a map, most of them have 1 km grid squares. Click is just another way of saying kilometre. It''s just a shortform term for this standard measure of distance. Click=Kilometer In the US, it''s a kilometer....

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How do i as pro-se attorney request a case to be reopened that was quashed by the prosecutor?

A:  Sorry your dog was injured--but how did it end up at the pound in the first place? Generally public officials have immunity from criminal prosecution if they are acting within the scope of their duties, which may be why the case was quashed. I was able to find assistance from an attorney over on www.lawyersearchplace.tk You could file a civil suit against the individuals who hurt your dog, but you have no chance of pursuing criminal actions if the DA won''t press charges. Only a District Attorney can file a criminal complaint. If they refuse to do so (probably b/c he doesn''t think its a winnable case) their is not much you can do in a criminal court. actually I would go to the BAR...

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Adoption Section issues....this is a real problem. Is this common? How to fix it?

A:  When I found out I was pregnant I honestly had no idea what I was going to do. I, no joke, had over twenty messages from this one lady. She had pictures of her family, phone numbers. It was odd! It doesn''t surprise me. There are routinely people on here who wouldn''t hesitate to snag a baby by any means possible, even on Y!A. I wouldn''t dismiss it as all joking/kids being stupid. People really do solicit for babies on this site, at drs offices, in line at the grocery store...it happens. Just think of what young women who post ''what should I do'' questions get in their inbox... Yes, it happens fairly often, sometimes right out in the open in response to questions. Those posts are usually taken down due to the nature of them. This is a very common occurrence. Many adoption agencies...

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Is the emergency walk in to the hospital and they charged us $900?

A:  Do you have insurance? Find out from your insurance what the co-pay is for a walk-in at the ER. It shouldn''t be anywhere near $900, but if you alert them then they can settle it. Anybody can walk in to emergency and they must be treated. Many of them cannot or do not pay. The cost of treating these people is then spread out to those who can pay. You are being charged for the cost of treating the indigent. It is possible to negotiate the cost of treatment. You can walk in with cash and offer to settle. Inform them that you wil pay X dollars in cash or nothing at all. They will take $200 in cash and settle the bill instead of taking nothing. That''s because emergency rooms are for emergencies. If you only needed an ointment, then you should have gone to a doctor''s office. If they didn''t...

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What is the difference between the Army and Marine Corps.?

A:  The marines are part of the navy The US Marines have no jobs that are not combat related. If you join the Marines, you will be trained for combat. Even the corpsmen (medics) used by marines in the field are US Navy. So if you are hoping for training for a post-military career, definitely go Army or Air Force. Because the Marines are trained only for combat, they are, not surprisingly, very good at it. They have 200 plus years of sterling combat service, but their most noted battles are Iwo Jima (the Marine memorial in DC is a statue from that battle) and the Pacific Theater in World war Two. The Marines have tough training (called boot camp) lots of unit pride, and are generally given the worst combat assignments, and they do them well.. But as I stressed, their pride is entirely in their...

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What is the legal age to start work in the uk?

A:  i work in game and i am 16, and the legal age to work in a shop like that is also 16 you can start doing work as soon as u want, but it depends where you want to go going into retailing (clothing) is 16, while as some other mini shops could take 15year olds... if younger than 15 id suggest waiteressing or something ^__^ hope this helped Not sure what you mean by ''game'' The youngest age you can work part-time is 13 years old, with the exception of children involved in: * television * theatre * modelling * similar activities If you are offered work in these areas, you will need to get a performance licence. Performance licences are issued by the local authority. Before granting a licence the local authority will liaise with your headteacher at school to ensure...

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What happens if the law regarding anchor babies is changed?

A:  Currently, the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution states that all persons born in the United States are American citizens. To change the law regarding so-called ''anchor babies,'' a constitutional amendment would be necessary. The answer to your question would depend on the wording of the amendment. The Constitution could be amended to require that one or both parents be in the United States legally for the child to be a citizen. either deported w/ their illegal parents or given to an orphanage/foster care/adoption agency. some folks say this is''tn their fault, which is true. however, it sure isn''t the fault of american citizens eitehr and we still have to deal with it. the thing is, if they leave w/ their parents, when they''r old enough to care for...