Posts Tagged ‘work’

Question by mike: If i draw social security can I work in a foreign country?
I’ve heard that you cannot work if you draw social security. Is that true? If so can you draw social security if you live and work in a foreign country?

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Answer by Henry G
You can work all you want and draw the retirement benefit. It used to be there were income restrictions, but those were abolished during the Clinton years.

If you are on SSI, you’re supposed to be disabled, so you probably can’t work anywhere under that program.

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Question by : What job can I get at cartoon network that lets me work with computers?
Hi, I’m a senior at high school, and I am looking at colleges and majors. I would like to work at a cartoon station, like nick, cartoon network, boomerang, etc, but I don’t know what I would do. I really would like to work with computers as I have no artistic talent.

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Answer by Bill
Major in computer technology and you can apply your skills to many fields including cartoon network, nick and boomerang.

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Question by : Does anyone know of an artist that takes custom orders? Or a spray paint artist that sells their work? ?
I would like to have a custom painting made and order some spray paint art. They had this at the Erie count fair and the Nys fair but the artist is retiring. Any ideas?

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Answer by Steph1397
Cosmo/Kosmo Kid!
Go to cosmokid.com
I don’t know the spelling.

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Question by Jack Mehoffer: What makes a work of art (painting, music, film, sculpture, literature, or whatever) a good one?
Are there conditions such that any work of art (of that kind) that meets them will be a good one, and any work of art that does not meet them is not a good one? Why or why not? If you think there are such conditions, what do you think they are? Why? Are the conditions different for each of the different kinds of art forms, or are there some criteria common to all good works of art, no matter what kind of art they are?

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Answer by obidane
There aren’t any conditions that make art “good” or “bad” because art is completely subjective. The same piece can look beautiful to one person and ridiculous to the next.

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Question by Critical_rationalist: What makes someone an art “expert” to determine the quality and meaningfulness of a work of art?
Isn’t all art and beauty in the eye of the beholder? If I think Magritte, Dix, Van Gogh, Monet, and Raphael are great and Harring, Pollock, and Warhol are totally over-rated, how is my opinion worth any less than someone who has taken lots of art appreciating and art history classes?
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Who gets to determine what is great and important art and what isn’t?

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Answer by Caleb
Your opinion isn’t worth less than theirs, however they are looking at art in a more complete mold (sometimes). They have been educated to see art as an entire lump and then to see the different periods that art went through.
That being said I agree with your easements of those artists. Sometimes people get caught up in trendy!

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