Joe Average


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Joe Average

The average, ordinary, or typical person. Primarily heard in US. The inner workings of congress might be familiar to a political science student like yourself, but to Joe Average, it is often a completely unknown process. We strive to ensure that our computers can handle the highest demands of an IT professional but still remain accessible to Joe Average.
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If that was his experience, imagine what it's like for Joe Average.
Because today, with instant communications, a welfare system out of control and a free press, the clean air act, rent controls, food banks, more CCTV cameras than any other country in the world, and politicians that sometimes see the big picture, life for Joe Average is infinitely easier and relaxing.
The rich and powerful can still hide behind front-groups, PACs, and bundlers to conceal their involvement, but for Joe Average American, anonymous political speech has become a criminal offense.
For Joe Average, without funds for top lawyers and ex-CID investigators, what hope do they have of justice?
As a borderline geek, I'm fascinated by this technology, as Joe Average I'm a little creeped out by it, and as marketer, it makes me see dollar signs in front of my eyes.
If Joe Average's PC in a company is compromised, that may not seem important, but it can be important if Joe Average has access to important information he did not realize he had.
The survey calculated that Joe Average will spend pounds 17,250 over a lifetime on takeaways.
The law sets aside an estimated $17 million from the state share of revenues to benefit horse racing, another opportunity for Joe Average to lose his shirt.
Well, this current incarnation of the series isn''t all that different - except, instead of Joe Average getting a shot at the questions, it''s celebrities and their families with the money going straight to charity.
Well, this version of the series isn't all that different - except instead of Joe Average getting a shot at the questions there are celebrities bringing along their families to compete for pounds 30,000.
If you happen to be in the Rathbone Special Situations Fund, very popular with Joe Average investor," he says, "you are looking at losses of 25% over the last year.
If you happen to be in the Rathbone Special Situations Fund - very popular with Joe Average investor," he says, "you are looking at losses of 25% over the last year.
If you happen to be in the Rathbone Special Situations fund - very popular with Joe Average investor - you are looking at losses of 25 per cent over the last year," he says.
Haferkamp, a melancholic Joe Average struggling with a dysfunctional private life, became one of the most popular "Tatort" figures in the 1970s and early 1980s.