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Just dam somebody thinks all companies have lots of money if there owner operated many of those make enough to live off in many case there in the red if just starting out. Study economics before you shot off with silly opinions. Maybe if you work hard enough you might own your on company. But with that attitude of yours, ignorance will be your biggest hurdle.
Posted 9/25/14 , edited 9/25/14

tarakelly wrote:

Just dam somebody thinks all companies have lots of money if there owner operated many of those make enough to live off in many case there in the red if just starting out. Study economics before you shot off with silly opinions. Maybe if you work hard enough you might own your on company. But with that attitude of yours, ignorance will be your biggest hurdle.


you're making assumptions about a presumption that is inconsistent with his overall statement and passing it off as facts to talk about your big point which is "learn economics". shut the hell up
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I used the word (if) look it up. I am fairly sure the words free market (maybe) a curse word to you. Have you ever ran or owned a company had to make a payroll? When the economies down, it can very hard to keep people on payroll and getting a loan today is almost impossible do to new banking regulation here in the States. So please grow up some.
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GayAsianBoy wrote:

honestly think this is better and smarter than kidnapping a single child for example and traumatising him for the rest of his life.


This.
Although a lot more people could be traumatized.

I looked like a fake bomb anyway
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It's the work of sphinx!
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tarakelly wrote:

I used the word (if) look it up. I am fairly sure the words free market (maybe) a curse word to you. Have you ever ran or owned a company had to make a payroll? When the economies down, it can very hard to keep people on payroll and getting a loan today is almost impossible do to new banking regulation here in the States. So please grow up some.


even a baby knows that and that's the point why your "if" is unecessary. you still don't get it. grow up some
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meygaera wrote:

It's the work of sphinx!


It can't be them, they didn't release any hints for where the bomb was!
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I really hate to compare stuff like this but.

Sorry to hear about the inconvenience but this isn't even a fraction as bad as maybe a plane full of people gets hijacked, then either

- crash into the ground

- crash into a high-rise building

- disappear into the middle of an ocean


tarakelly wrote:

Just dam somebody thinks all companies have lots of money if there owner operated many of those make enough to live off in many case there in the red if just starting out. Study economics before you shot off with silly opinions. Maybe if you work hard enough you might own your on company. But with that attitude of yours, ignorance will be your biggest hurdle.


Don't mean to butt into the conversation, however...............

this---> http://www.businessinsider.com/what-wall-street-protesters-are-so-angry-about-2011-10?op=1

Sure I would sympathize with small business owners. Big business? Not so much.
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nanikore2 wrote:



Well,this happened in the city... Most companies that are in the center are the big corporations.

Also, the targets was restaurants and NOT normal businesses since there's no chance they have their money in cash... So what does this mean? It means that companies such as Burger King, Pizza Hut,McDonald's etc. was the target. And I think these companies have the money required to survive.
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nanikore2 wrote:

I really hate to compare stuff like this but.

Sorry to hear about the inconvenience but this isn't even a fraction as bad as maybe a plane full of people gets hijacked, then either

- crash into the ground

- crash into a high-rise building

- disappear into the middle of an ocean



I view all crimes that may end up taking someones life as equal. It doesn't matter if there's a chance of 1, 10 or 100 people getting killed since I view every person who willing to kill anyone is sick and that they should be sent strait to a psychosocial assistance.
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Here in the States most of those fast food chain's stores are franchised owned. But safety for the people comes first before property rights here. Most fast food chains are not owned by the corporation they provide location, name rights in many case they owned the land as well. If the franchise operator dose not meet the corporation standards they will pull the franchised name. Many people read little story off the web and think they know all about the subject. Again the public safety comes first arresting the hoodlums can happen later on.
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TheOmegaForce70941 wrote:

Also, the targets was restaurants and NOT normal businesses since there's no chance they have their money in cash... So what does this mean? It means that companies such as Burger King, Pizza Hut,McDonald's etc. was the target. And I think these companies have the money required to survive.


If those crooks were after restaurants then I don't think they're the brightest light bulbs in the bunch... Going through all that just to rob a relatively small amount of cash, they might as well go for a bank.
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nanikore2 wrote:


TheOmegaForce70941 wrote:

Also, the targets was restaurants and NOT normal businesses since there's no chance they have their money in cash... So what does this mean? It means that companies such as Burger King, Pizza Hut,McDonald's etc. was the target. And I think these companies have the money required to survive.


If those crooks were after restaurants then I don't think they're the brightest light bulbs in the bunch... Going through all that just to rob a relatively small amount of cash, they might as well go for a bank.


I ave no idea if restaurants or banks was their target. But I don't think banks was their target since the closest bank was like 2 km away from were they left the bomb.

Accully there's still a HUGE amount of people in Sweden who don't buy using credit/debit cards. So there will be a LOT of money for them to take from there.
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