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    With the amount of people here yabbing nonsense about money, why have they not formed a co-op.

    500 euros from a 1000 posters or readers and off ye go.

    Pick any business venture. How about a cab. Everyone understands how they work. Keep it simple.

    See what running a real business is before ye talk any more shythe.

    It would be more experience than such nitwits as Eamon Gilmore has.

    How about a corner store even.

    All the socialists here should love the idea of this group effort.


    Nobody should be allowed to vote without such an experience never mind the 2 idiots who wants to run the country

    Is there anybody interested


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    Quote Originally Posted by Oreo Livermore View Post
    With the amount of people here yabbing nonsense about money, why have they not formed a co-op.

    500 euros from a 1000 posters or readers and off ye go.

    Pick any business venture. How about a cab. Everyone understands how they work. Keep it simple.

    See what running a real business is before ye talk any more shythe.

    It would be more experience than such nitwits as Eamon Gilmore has.

    How about a corner store even.

    All the socialists here should love the idea of this group effort.


    Nobody should be allowed to vote without such an experience never mind the 2 idiots who wants to run the country

    Is there anybody interested


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    Will you be running the business?

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    [QUOTE=tonic;2650154]Will you be running the business?[/QUOTE

    Oreo will be running the PR Department?

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    OOH, OOH GET toughbutfair to run the accounts
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oreo Livermore View Post
    With the amount of people here yabbing nonsense about money, why have they not formed a co-op.

    500 euros from a 1000 posters or readers and off ye go.

    Pick any business venture. How about a cab. Everyone understands how they work. Keep it simple.

    See what running a real business is before ye talk any more shythe.

    It would be more experience than such nitwits as Eamon Gilmore has.

    How about a corner store even.

    All the socialists here should love the idea of this group effort.


    Nobody should be allowed to vote without such an experience never mind the 2 idiots who wants to run the country

    Is there anybody interested


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    Yes in theory, possibly in practice, all depending on the spirit of adventure and what can be achieved (Is it just going to be all about the money?) Does the quality of our lives improve with your plan?

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    Would this be a unionist or loyalist or nationalist or republican co op ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cruimh View Post
    Would this be a unionist or loyalist or nationalist or republican co op ?
    It must be exactly that, all together now

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    Quote Originally Posted by MiHiKuFuYu View Post
    It must be exactly that, all together now
    would be tremendous fun to find a suitable venue !

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    We could get into the property game-that's where the big money is to be made. We start lending out money to buy up fields. Then we lend money to build houses on the fields. Then we lend the money to people to buy the houses in the fields. All the time the prices get pushed up. Our friends in the media can whip up a frenzy. It can't go wrong, I swear! All we need to do is borrow the money in the first place and off we go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cruimh View Post
    would be tremendous fun to find a suitable venue !

    Yes indeed, If we can bring our good attributes to the table. It will be quite handy if oreo knows of some exotic location to set up shop(fingers crossed). sure we'll all be changed people when we leave our troubles behind
    Mind you now we're a co-op everyone gets to put forward suggestions....

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