2010-01-31

Hari Sadu & AIDS

Hari Sadus exist everywhere; even where one wants to join. Not just in the existing job.
It is also true people join good organizations, but leave bad bosses.
Even if one is leaving a bad boss, it is a good idea not to fight with him/her. There are other ways to manage concerns. And egos.
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Onida and Videocon seem to have excess capacities. And too much of borrowed money. How else can you explain their making cell phones and repeating lousy ads on TV.
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Those that have AIDS and know the fact are despondent; would they care if they give it to someone that they don't care about. Those that are under the risk of contracting have their incentives managed by someone else and don't have much choice. Negative externalities play a big role in spreading because many AIDS infected live in smaller pockets of land. Then there is ignorance and unwillingness to test. And there are talks about virus getting resistant.

This is, regrettably, one tough thing to manage.

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2010-01-31

Hari Sadu & AIDS

Hari Sadus exist everywhere; even where one wants to join. Not just in the existing job.
It is also true people join good organizations, but leave bad bosses.
Even if one is leaving a bad boss, it is a good idea not to fight with him/her. There are other ways to manage concerns. And egos.
*
Onida and Videocon seem to have excess capacities. And too much of borrowed money. How else can you explain their making cell phones and repeating lousy ads on TV.
*
Those that have AIDS and know the fact are despondent; would they care if they give it to someone that they don't care about. Those that are under the risk of contracting have their incentives managed by someone else and don't have much choice. Negative externalities play a big role in spreading because many AIDS infected live in smaller pockets of land. Then there is ignorance and unwillingness to test. And there are talks about virus getting resistant.

This is, regrettably, one tough thing to manage.

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