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That's definitely somebody else's problem," he said.
If the government can weather the storm for another six months then it will be somebody else's problem.
But we are learning the hard way as a society that when our children are treated as somebody else's problem, they too often end up on a path of suffering, victimization, and poor choices--ultimately becoming everyone's problem.
If he isn't locked up and charged with drug-dealing then he's going to continue doing it somewhere else and it's going to be somebody else's problem.
You always think it's somebody else's problem, but personalising it means dealing with the discomfort of it, with the fears, with trying to make sense of it.
Chief among the reasons are lower cost of entry and perceived attractive total cost of ownership, shorter time-to-market, flexibility and the fact that infrastructure and adopting new functionality is somebody else's problem.
It would be somebody else's problem, other reserves would have been discovered and technology would be such that some new undreamed of solution would be unearthed.
It goes up into the air and comes down as somebody else's problem.