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Businesses Leaving Kali

Posted: Tue Feb 22, 2011 5:00 pm
by Sandcock

Re: Businesses Leaving Kali

Posted: Tue Feb 22, 2011 5:43 pm
by ChuckZilla
Hmmm........the less businesses in Cali, the less people. The less people, the less crowded freeways. The less crowded freeways, the more happier Chucks. It's a big country, plenty of room for a business to flourish, away from California where the state can't keep up with infrastructure needs as it is. Yeah yeah, I know, "if businesses leave they take the jobs with them, leaving the poor on welfare as the main inhabitants". The other side of that coin is, less business=less tax revenue, less tax rev=less hand outs for the poor=soon the poor move on too. It's just like forest management, too many trees and not enough water or sunlight for them? Thin the forest. Too many businesses and not enough patrons?..............you get the picture.

Re: Businesses Leaving Kali

Posted: Wed Feb 23, 2011 9:32 am
by Sandcock
you make good sense Chuck :wink:

Re: Businesses Leaving Kali

Posted: Fri Feb 25, 2011 9:24 pm
by HSSC
ChuckZilla wrote:Hmmm........the less businesses in Cali, the less people. The less people, the less crowded freeways. The less crowded freeways, the more happier Chucks. It's a big country, plenty of room for a business to flourish, away from California where the state can't keep up with infrastructure needs as it is. Yeah yeah, I know, "if businesses leave they take the jobs with them, leaving the poor on welfare as the main inhabitants". The other side of that coin is, less business=less tax revenue, less tax rev=less hand outs for the poor=soon the poor move on too. It's just like forest management, too many trees and not enough water or sunlight for them? Thin the forest. Too many businesses and not enough patrons?..............you get the picture.
Are you for real.................. #-o

Just send some bizz our way, we can use the work.............. =D> =D> =D>

Re: Businesses Leaving Kali

Posted: Fri Feb 25, 2011 9:46 pm
by ChuckZilla
HSSC wrote:
ChuckZilla wrote:Hmmm........the less businesses in Cali, the less people. The less people, the less crowded freeways. The less crowded freeways, the more happier Chucks. It's a big country, plenty of room for a business to flourish, away from California where the state can't keep up with infrastructure needs as it is. Yeah yeah, I know, "if businesses leave they take the jobs with them, leaving the poor on welfare as the main inhabitants". The other side of that coin is, less business=less tax revenue, less tax rev=less hand outs for the poor=soon the poor move on too. It's just like forest management, too many trees and not enough water or sunlight for them? Thin the forest. Too many businesses and not enough patrons?..............you get the picture.
Are you for real.................. #-o

Just send some bizz our way, we can use the work.............. =D> =D> =D>
Well I'm the kinda real that doesn't fall for every 'financial blood and guts' news headline that tries to convince me that a situation is what they advertise it as. Maybe you are, and maybe that makes you more 'real-er' than me.