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2 Saint, I think I took that same course. I liked the clear stuff from the mason jar I got in Mississippi.

bobbie boy doesn't know how to be a man and he'll tell you that every time he posts in the forum.

Speaking of college skills, I run 3 companies and never went to college but I did get an assoc. degree in computer hardware and electronics technology before I entered the AF and became an instructor in Electronic Counter Measures with a Top Secret Clearance.

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I believe it's a difference in generation. In the past, college isn't required. But for the current young generation, if you just graduate from high school, there is no way you can even get an interview with any company offering a permanent position with a decent salary.

I will hire people with experience to work for me if there's no college diploma. But how can young generation right now get that experience in the first place if nobody will even interview them and give them a chance to learn real world experience? Even if you don't want to go to college, you need to go to trade school to learn the skills for working in such field.

High school diploma is no longer enough now.

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bobbie, 1) can't grow food, we cannot even get grass to grow right.

bobbie, use fertilizer and water every other day before the sun comes up. Make sure that the roots stay wet and don't cut it so low. That should help you, oh and don't forget to spread weed killer that doesn't harm the grass.

Or if you want you can go out to a chicken farm in your areaand dig up the dry chicken shit to use as fertilizer, but make sure you spread it thin. Then you can use that to grow veggies for your winter feed. You're close to the Delaware River, you can take a day off and take your father fishing and bring home dinner and freeze for winter, unless you like to go ice fishing.

You have a great hobby of blaming everyone for your failures when you should get off your ass and be a productive member of society.

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You cannot obtain meaningful employment without skills and you cannot get meaningful skills without college

That's just you experience.

The last company I worked for, I started as a part time stocker to make a little extra for Christmas, two weeks latter i was the assistant manager, 2yrs later i was the store manager,3yrs later i was the DM, 2yrs after that I was the LP manager 3yrs after that i took a position in HR dept. all with only one semester of college where I majored in whiskey tasting .

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well said saint

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Then the difference between you and I are

1) can't grow food, we cannot even get grass to grow right. 2) my family and self believe in uplifting the masses to a livin wage and not a wage which qualifies them for government aid. We believe that for a businessman to be considered a success, their employees ought be adding into the nations coffers and not taking from it. This does no mean telling the weakest or the poorest to do with less, or that they aren't good enough or deserving a living that enables them to do better.

You cannot obtain meaningful employment without skills and you cannot get meaningful skills without college. No, working like a dog for any price is not meaningful employment, its transitional employment. (Transitional employment is any employment between career fields or otherwise temporary.)

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Bobby dear you must have me confused with the rich, lol My friend I drive a 98 chevy that I paid cash for, live in a 80yr old shotgun house and support my daughter and grandson, buy my cloths at good will and ross or anywhere else I can find them on sale and watch a 5yr old tv, grow my own fruits and veggies in the back yard and can and freeze enough to last through the winter.So you see my friend I have nothing worth taking so I say have at it.

The differences between you and I is I have no desire to be rich, I know how to survive and I have a loving devoted family that we as a group depend on.

You should be so lucky.

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Rdy:

I do not buy bottled water, my tap water is just fine and when it isn't, I bitch at my government for failing to keep the company in line. (Exceptions for the occasional busted line, or maintenance that lead to the temporary polluted water)

As for the price of vanity water, aka bottled water? Charge whatever you want for a vanity item like that.

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Sexy:

First the cost of everything rises, that is just the way it is. The problem is the average joe is t smart enough to demand that their wages rise or to turn to a higher power... Well not until the average joe is forced out of his home and onto the very welfare system they hated.

Do you hate government regulations? So do I. What to know the best way to get rid of them? Learn the lesson for why they exist.

Welfare exist because business doesn't value human dignity, so the masses voted for a government that will impose a bottom rung to the ladder.

EPA and other protective agencies exist, because companies pollute in excess of what technology can eliminate.

In every case that there is a government agency or mandate, there exist technology or policy that businesses could employ, so to eleminate the need for the agency. The problem is to do this, businessmen must humble themselves by giving up wealth, as to implament living wages, and invest into cleaner technology which pollutes less.

If business truely cares to eliminate or reduce government interference, then business must meet the current standards and exceed it from this day forward. Just like how a child escapes from a grounding, by proving that they have learned their lesson.

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So bobbie, what is a fair price for a bottle of water.

Since you have no business experience remember that the source must be located, the cost of recovering the water, the testing costs to make sure the water is pure and to standards, Don't forget the cost of the bottles and the cost of filling the bottle with the water. Once the bottle is filled it needs to be capped, should we have considered the cost of the cap. Once we filled and capped the bottle we need to label the bottle and then package the bottles, then we need to transport the pallets of water onto the trucks to deliver the pallets of water to you local water vendor.

Tell us bobbie how much should a bottle of water cost?

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