In case you're wondering, Nutland is where all the nuts live. And me. I live here with the nuts and nary a day goes by without me wondering how I manage to hold fast to my own sanity.
You, who don't live in Nutland, have no fucking idea what it's like. Allow me to try and give you an idea.
Why did they put the cars inside the house ? Yes. What do you mean why, for the same reason they do all the psychotic nonsense they do. They probably saw something in a magazine from Miami and misunderstood what's going on. Sometime in 1972. And they've been doing this ever since, stuffing CARS in narrow urban shop windows.
That little table there ? The one forced into a tiny space in a corner, under the relentless onslaught of housecars ? That's what's left of sanity in Argentina. It's... well for one thing it's not doing too well, and for the other it's entirely made in China, as you can see.
But let's move on :
Yes, it says exactly what you thought it said : that "the companies" are discriminating against senior management and supervisory personnel!
I told you Argentina is the future of the US, and I wasn't kidding. This is how it works : they take mechanisms, fail to understand what the parts actually are and proceed to replace them on the basis of false friends and bad translations. Does the design require nuts ? Prepare yourself for that decerebrating moment when you go by an item supported by nuts ~as in the fruit~ rather than what you'd expect. Does the recipe require nuts ? They'll put metal chunks in the fucking pie, what, problem ?
Perhaps putting cars inside a glass dome makes sense ; especially in places where that glass dome is a) way the fuck out of town and b) way the fuck endless acres. It stops making sense if you're trying to shove five cars flipped to the side (can fit more this way!) in a 200 sq ft shop on Columbus Ave. but who's to know the difference ? Certainly not these fucking nuts over here.
Employees protest, and employees are those who draw a salary from the company, whereas the fucking boss draws a salary and therefore being an employee he can protest, can't he ? About the work conditions at the fucking company he runs. Problem ?
The proposition that the population of Argentina consists of people is my idea of comedy.