Message from randellgary in GabberHangout #general
Ok, that's cool
i dont buy that many market meat
Otherwise I'm all for protectionism with normal government
I'll collapse if I have to read anything again by an older divorced dude
The reason why Eastern Europeans always have succesful businesses in N. America
"The problem is that building a business in Ukraine requires a certain level of toughness and ruthlessness that few people possess."
same goes with our region
@The Enlightened Shepherd Meanwhile, here in the States, they'll give out a loan to anybody.
Wanna see the rates that our banks give on loans ?
what are your rates like
As far as i remember like 12%
And then banks came up with new rates, 8%
but eventually turned out to be a lot of small fonts
where it usually does not turn out to be 8% at all
Usury is criminal.
Dont take loans, don't consume
dude i read so many business books over my highschool years and am still reading some in college now
and the best advice is just : save money
stop mindlessly consuming shite
same goes for your own bank account and for any business you might run
@TheSlavPill Also, never buy into a business that spends more than it should be making.
I love how people still think Belarus is some kind of run down poor place
Belarus, visually speaking,is like the most pristine place in Europe
police stations, hospitals, public buildings are all brand new and well maintained
like not a single building in Minsk has graffitti on them, not a single lawn or tree or flower looks messy
Economy works properly, all commodities are available
They even got new, much easier to use currency
Police officers are kind, frequent and not corrupt
Food is of excellent quality, affordable and available
Public transportation is satisfying
you've been there?
id like to go
Compared to Paris, even smaller towns in Belarus look like pinnacles of civilization
oh yeah im never going to paris
shit is disgusting
Full of colored peoples and mess
Last time I went there, and it was quite some time ago, i felt like i was in Teheran
I can only imagine what it looks like now