Given, then, that it is necessary for the Board to provide a program that it would deem as providing adequate supervision for a person with mental impairments to be released on parole, the next question under the ADA is whether it is reasonable to do so. Because few courts have engaged in the fact-specific analysis required 51 × 51. See Michael Ashley Stein, The Law and Economics of Disability Accommodations , 53 Duke . 79, 86 (2003) (“[A]pplication of this [reasonableness] standard would seem to mandate detailed factual analyses . . . .”). for determining what constitutes a reasonable accommodation in parole decisionmaking, two general principles are helpful for understanding what a reasonable accommodation analysis might look like for parole. First, as the implementing regulations suggest, whether an accommodation will result in a fundamental alteration in the nature of a program is often the primary determinant of the reasonableness of a proposed accommodation. 52 × 52. Alexander v. Choate, 469 . 287, 300 (1985) (quoting Se. Cmty. Coll. v. Davis, 442 . 397, 410 (1979)) (construing section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Pub. L. No. 93-112, 87 Stat. 355 (codified as amended in scattered sections of 29 .)). Second, the reasonableness analysis often involves weighing the costs and benefits associated with a proposed accommodation. 53 × 53. See Se. Cmty. Coll ., 442 . at 412 (suggesting in the context of section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 that modifications might be reasonable if they do not “impos[e] undue financial and administrative burdens upon a State”); Wynne v. Tufts Univ. Sch. of Med., 932 19, 26 (1st Cir. 1991) (en banc) (creating a test for academic institutions responding to reasonable accommodations requests under section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 that asks whether the relevant officials “considered . . . cost and effect on the academic program”); see also Stein, supra note 51, at 102–18 (discussing cost-benefit analyses for employment discrimination claims under the ADA).
The hard part to reach a mass global audience isn’t necessarily in how the product is made, but in how we’re going to speak to those consumers through marketing. What type or size of a marketing campaign will speak to not just the original target group, but be able to be heard across cultural groups and the different tiers of trend adoption groups? We have the same issue in product marketing as our geo-political organizations are having today–how do you get your message to be heard by people with different beliefs and motivating factors when so much of the global communication today is insular?
The base 2JZ-GE drivetrain, a -liter inline-six with an automatic transmission, was used in not only the Toyota Supra , but the Lexus SC300 and Lexus GS300. A quick look on the Lexus Owner's Club forum and you'll be able to find that the average mileage of naturally aspirated 2JZ drivetrain rivals that of some 18-wheelers. While Supras do tend to have lower mileage simply because they were more prized by their owners due to price and rarity, a glance at ebay reveals that it's more common to find a car with a deep 6-figure mileage figure than it is a sheltered garage queen.