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>> No. 5912 Anonymous
1st November 2015
Sunday 11:59 am
5912 From rags to riches
Sup pals. Does any of you have any good business ideas? Maybe we can group together and come up with a good plan?
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>> No. 5913 Anonymous
1st November 2015
Sunday 12:01 pm
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Set up stalls outside supermarkets selling plastic bags for 3p.
>> No. 5914 Anonymous
1st November 2015
Sunday 12:02 pm
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>>5913
and how it going to work?
>> No. 5915 Anonymous
1st November 2015
Sunday 12:43 pm
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Download "funny" videos off the Internet and send them to You've Been Framed for £250 a pop. It cannot fail.
>> No. 5916 Anonymous
1st November 2015
Sunday 1:15 pm
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My plan is to invest in companies I don't find morally abhorrent and try to grow assets independently of my work income/house/whatever over very long time.

I'll let you know how it went in about 30 years time.
>> No. 5917 Anonymous
1st November 2015
Sunday 1:28 pm
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Write a collection of short stories and get some of them made into film or TV.
>> No. 5918 Anonymous
1st November 2015
Sunday 3:19 pm
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>>5914

A passing stranger will take pity and teach you basic English.
>> No. 5919 Anonymous
1st November 2015
Sunday 4:03 pm
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>>5918
and how he going to know that I am bad Englishing?
>> No. 5920 Anonymous
2nd November 2015
Monday 12:15 am
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Sell drugs
>> No. 5921 Anonymous
2nd November 2015
Monday 1:17 am
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>>5920
What's the street price for khat?
>> No. 5922 Anonymous
2nd November 2015
Monday 1:44 am
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>>5913

Perfect you only need to sell 234 an hour before you are making above minimum wage, assuming your expenses are zero, which they won't be.
>> No. 5924 Anonymous
2nd November 2015
Monday 3:08 am
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Sell research chems. It's legal.
>> No. 5926 Anonymous
2nd November 2015
Monday 10:26 am
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I'd probably be a good male escort. I mean if you guys would be my clients I think we'd have a damn good system. We could use this board for feedback.
>> No. 5927 Anonymous
2nd November 2015
Monday 10:34 am
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>>5926
7/10, would bum again, very reasonable rate.
>> No. 5928 Anonymous
2nd November 2015
Monday 11:12 am
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my business plan is to eventually start my own doughnut shop selling top notch mikshakes, good coffee and obviously doughnuts.

plz dont steal
>> No. 5929 Anonymous
2nd November 2015
Monday 11:32 am
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>>5928
I've long thought a doughnut shop would make a killing around where I am. There's nothing like it here, and there's a shit ton of students.
>> No. 5930 Anonymous
2nd November 2015
Monday 11:42 am
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>>5928
>>5929

Location is key, lads.

Someone tried this were I live in the American diner style and it flopped hard.
>> No. 5931 Anonymous
2nd November 2015
Monday 12:17 pm
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>>5928

>milkshakes, coffee and doughnuts.

So basically,you'd be a male escort with a Nespresso coffee machine?
>> No. 5932 Anonymous
2nd November 2015
Monday 1:15 pm
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>>5931
What point is this chap trying to make; are you getting more or less doughnut for your dollar in 1948?
>> No. 5933 Anonymous
2nd November 2015
Monday 1:23 pm
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>>5928
I'm going to drive you out of business with a competing shop selling top notch mikshakes, good coffee and subtly doughnuts.
>> No. 5934 Anonymous
2nd November 2015
Monday 1:47 pm
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>>5932
His point is that the holes were getting smaller. Before 1927, they were mainly rolled by hand and fried by hand, and you'd dunk them in your coffee, because you were an uncivilized septic slob who couldn't handle rich tea. By 1948, they were mainly formed by machines, so you could just cut a hole in the dough, and commercial outfits would fry them on a conveyor, meaning that the kitchen crew no longer needed to be able to hook them to fish them out of the fryer.
>> No. 5936 Anonymous
2nd November 2015
Monday 4:19 pm
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so, we can sum up your ideas.

Perfect business will be doughnut shop placed right in the university and selling top notch milkshakes, coffee, doughnuts with kosher size of the hole and offers male escort

100% win, let's do dis!

(A good day to you Sir!)
>> No. 5937 Anonymous
2nd November 2015
Monday 4:30 pm
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>>5934
But who cares? That's of historical interest only. Is he a lecturer on doughnut manufacture rather than a consumer protester?
>> No. 5938 Anonymous
2nd November 2015
Monday 5:11 pm
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>>5937
It certainly doesn't look like a protest. The picture apparently comes from a collection of "doughnut ephemera".
>> No. 5939 Anonymous
2nd November 2015
Monday 6:22 pm
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>>5936
The Spurdo Liberation Front is gaining support, mods. Heed the warning.
>> No. 5940 Anonymous
2nd November 2015
Monday 6:24 pm
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>>5939
We don't do maymays here lad. They can only be used when they're funny, and I was amused by that post, but the mods weren't, and they're always right.
>> No. 5941 Anonymous
2nd November 2015
Monday 6:25 pm
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>>5940
Spurdo is always amusing.
>> No. 5942 Anonymous
2nd November 2015
Monday 6:33 pm
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>>5939

There is far more wrong with that post than simply foreign memery. Spurdo is fine on /zoo/, by the way.

Stop being /*/cunts and broaden your perspective a little.
>> No. 5943 Anonymous
2nd November 2015
Monday 7:09 pm
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Umbrellas for fat people. Fatties want to avoid the rain, too.
>> No. 5944 Anonymous
3rd November 2015
Tuesday 4:45 pm
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>>5943
I've thought about this at length and people who keep umbrellas are cunts of the highest order. If you cannot handle the rain then you shouldn't be allowed to go outside. At most maybe a hood is ok but you're just gay if you can't handle lots and lots of little specks of water hitting your face over and over again.
>> No. 5946 Anonymous
3rd November 2015
Tuesday 4:51 pm
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>>5944

Hats are fine too.

Well at least they would be, if they hadn't been ruined by all the cunts wearing them.
>> No. 5947 Anonymous
3rd November 2015
Tuesday 4:59 pm
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>>5944

Pseudo-macho bollocks.

In all your self-professed ruminations, you haven't attempted to tackle this problem laterally.
>> No. 5948 Anonymous
3rd November 2015
Tuesday 5:01 pm
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>>5947
Something something cloaklad.
>> No. 5949 Anonymous
3rd November 2015
Tuesday 5:16 pm
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>>5947
200,000 years of humans braving the conditions and it comes down to this eh?

It's not a problem. A bit of water hitting you isn't anything more than a minor annoyance. The fact that there's an entire industry out there based around these facefaggot protecting contraptions is ridiculous. Bulgarian dissidents, hong kong riot police and Nicolas Sarkozy have all fell victim to this brolly bollocks. It doesn't make any sense at all, they're a mark of the bourgeois and it serves to keep up social pretense. Have you ever seen crowds of city bankers all with their designer brollies just because they couldn't hug a hoodie?

To keep the umbrella corporation going, we all need to forget about the utter uselessness of the thing. It's pretty easy to overcome the need for an umbrella, just walk out in the rain, or are you afraid of spoiling your 200 quid haircut? Why can't you afford a mode of transport that doesn't mean you walk through the rain anyway?
>> No. 5950 Anonymous
3rd November 2015
Tuesday 5:31 pm
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>>5949

So a bride and groom at their wedding should just "man up"? Or an elderly person caught in a freezing downpour, for that matter? Or a woman on her way to a job interview she really needs to make an impression at or she'll be stuck stacking shelves?

You're still not thinking laterally.
>> No. 5951 Anonymous
3rd November 2015
Tuesday 5:32 pm
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>>5949
I think you're trying too hard to start a cunt off about umbrellas here, m8.
>> No. 5952 Anonymous
3rd November 2015
Tuesday 5:40 pm
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>>5950
>Or a woman on her way to a job interview she really needs to make an impression at or she'll be stuck stacking shelves?

So you dismiss my point as psuedo macho bollocks but feel the need to bring up gender there? Why does a rainsoaked man make a better impression than a woman? Perhaps the nature of a wet woman makes her seem more sexualised than a wet man but you're still keeping up sexist attitudes there.

Regardless, you aren't being appreciative of the rain and that's because you're a racist who is basing his entire cultural understanding of the rain in a negative manner. There are entire nations out there who celebrate the arrival of the rain because their livelihoods depend on it. If it's raining on a wedding day it means there will be a good harvest and the woman is very fertile. Elderly people should be left to die if they can't handle a bit of peaky weather, this is a well documented phenomena amongst the Native Indians and it's called exposure.
>> No. 5953 Anonymous
3rd November 2015
Tuesday 5:42 pm
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>>5950

Let's face it, you're obviously invested in the idea of umbrellas because you own one and feel a bit silly so you're convincing yourself they're a necessity. They're not, they're annoying to carry around and get water everywhere when bought inside. Just chuck it away.
>> No. 5954 Anonymous
3rd November 2015
Tuesday 5:45 pm
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I think you lads are overthinking this, a golf umbrella would probably do the trick for our rotund chums.
>> No. 5955 Anonymous
3rd November 2015
Tuesday 5:57 pm
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>>5952

You're at it, lad.
>> No. 5956 Anonymous
3rd November 2015
Tuesday 6:11 pm
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>>5954

Surprise surprise, golf playing cunts have an entire type of brolly specially designed for them. Umbrella owners should be hung by the lampposts. Preferably on a rainy day.
>> No. 5957 Anonymous
3rd November 2015
Tuesday 6:29 pm
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>>5956

Never play Resident Evil. You'll implode.
>> No. 5958 Anonymous
3rd November 2015
Tuesday 7:45 pm
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I was in town earlier and some dozy cow with an umbrella nearly took my eye out. I was stood at a crossing and she tried barging past me from behind and just caught me on my eyebrow with her umbrella.
>> No. 5959 Anonymous
3rd November 2015
Tuesday 11:39 pm
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now it's umbrella haters thread
>> No. 5960 Anonymous
3rd November 2015
Tuesday 11:46 pm
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>>5959
THOSE FUCKING BASTARDS

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