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  • I would like to open my own business. It is a beauty supply store on wheels. I was in the beauty business in Las Vegas. I was a nail tech for 15 yrs. until I finally had to quit the business due to my hands. I have carpultunnel/tendonitous. I made very good money doing nails & know the business well. I now live in Arizona I have checked in the phone books & I see beauty supply stores but not to many mobil beauty suppliers. In Las Vegas i watched a mobil supplier go from selling hair bows out of a K/mart bag then on to selling different items at the swap meet. nail files, polish, nails, charms, combs , all sorts of stuff. Then they converted an old bread truck into a mobile beauty supply. They would go from Salon to Salon & sell hair & nail products to the employee's & customers. as the business grew they kept adding products. they ended up with 5 trucks, 1 super size beauty supply store. In that 15 yrs they made over 2.5 million & sold the business to their family and still own 1/4 of the business. I so bad want to do this but for some reason I have not followed through with what I know is a sucessful business. I am a single Mother no money to get it going my credit is not the best but it's not to awfully bad. Can you tell me the best way to go about this? I know there are grants available. I also want to see what the people in the beauty business have to say about this type of business & if they think it would something they might be interested in. I also would like to take a survey for many reasons. what would they like to see available on our truck? nail products used? polishes supplies such as colors perms etc How do they go about getting supply's now how do I go about all this... I know what to do but scared of messing up.... HELP!!!!
  • To get money for your business, you can get a loan from banks or the government. In either case, you'll need to create a good business plan. In terms of getting feedback from surveys, the section on 'Market Research' from the following site might have some useful tips: http://www.effensource.com/passionpages/getnewclients.html As an entrepreneur, you will mess up often! It's all apart of being an entrepreneur:) You'll learn from your mistakes and grow. It can be scary, but also extremely exciting. Have fun!
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  • He is a commie Marxist trying to break our system and should be in jail. Damn, he never put any of those bankers in jail, nor anyone in Solyndra. He hires James Cameron to investigate the oil spill instead of scientists. He did not even look at it for 72 days. He held a beer summit for the most rival crap. He sued Arizona over a STATE LAW. He was against the Tea Party which was full of old people waving the american flag on lawn chairs but think this occupation of Wall Street is awesome with the protestors defecating anf fornicating int he streets. He whines when he does not get his way. He pushed so many regulation through that nobody can get a loan, a job or even a car. He sent our oil rigs to Brazil with a $4B check. He is a phoney. He is evil. He is a liar. He is a cheat. He is the worst president we have ever had and I loathe him. I plan on getting ripped on the day he is out of there and I am not even a drinker.
  • The fact that you honestly believe what you have written here is not part of the problem. It's the WHOLE problem. Let me ask you this -- President Obama is halfway through his first term, and he's asking for another $450 billion to cover the $800 billion he has already pissed away. If he has had such a positive role in constructing our economy, where in the hell is the money? Where did it go?
  • You don't have to hate a person to conclude that a Community Organizer has no place at all in the White House trying to run a country. He has failed at the economy leaving thousands out of jobs and many homeless. Keeping in mind that if he gets re-elected the Great Depression will have been a cakewalk compared as to what is to come.
  • You don't work, do you? None of your family has ever held a Job either. Have they? You Think "our" economy is Constructed? What a Nerd.
  • You answered your own question. I think Obama sucks because I give him credit for destroying our economy and causing a double dip recession. I also think he is corrupt, stupid, a marxist and a fascist. Thanks for asking
  • He could have done so much better but he took the money and ran.
  • You do know these people cheered the US government torturing US citizens. It isn't like you can use reason with them.
  • another arm chair economist
  • What flavor is that Kool-aid?
  • rasiscim
  • The U.S. had huge economic investments with the British and French. If they were to lose, then they would not be able to pay the U.S. debt back (amounting to about two billion dollars while Germany only borrowed a mere 27 million). Essentially, U S bankers made loans to Britian and France, and the bankers wanted U. S. soldiers to protect their loans. If Allies could not pay back all the loans made to them by the American bankers, the US's economy could collapse. France and England were financing their war with US loans. In addition, they were buying massive amounts of arms from the US on credit. The US wanted to make sure that it got paid back. Germany also purchased arms, but in a much more limited fashion. After both sides of the Mexican civil war demanded that our troops leave, and public opinion badly swayed against US intervention in Mexico, Wilson had no choice but to withdraw. By having the threat of Germany helping Mexico fight back against him, Wilson knew he had to take action. He couldn't go back into Mexico because the American people would not allow it. He really had no beef with Germany, he just wanted to save face before Mexico could fight back The Zimmermann telegram in which Germany proposed an alliance with Mexico on the following basis: If the US went to war, Mexico would fight on the home front in an financially supported alliance with Germany; If Mexico agreed to fight, they would reconquer New Mexico, Texas and Arizona.
  • it looks like the illuminati is going to restrict credit for a long time, given what this illuminati insider is saying. Or is it a calculated attempt to try and collect more money from hard working americans to bail out the illuminati's financial industry? ----- NEW YORK (Reuters) – Former U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said on Tuesday the current global recession will "surely be the longest and deepest" since the 1930s and more government rescue funds are needed to stabilize the U.S. financial system. http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20090218/bs_nm/us_usa_fed_greenspan
  • 1) it doesn't take a genius to realize the economy sucks. 2) Greenspan is not a freemason 3) there is no illuminati 4) ugh to some others * just what is "sound money"; we had recessions when we were on the gold standard... this recession started back in 1996 when Clinton required fannie mae, freddie mac and other banks to give loans to non-qualified investors so that everyone could "afford" a house * this has nothing to do with some world power conspiracy - if you really believe that send me an email i have a lot of swamp land in arizona i'd like to sell you
  • Yes a large part of this bailout is really a power upheaval. Now Chase bank can take total control of the american banking system, ala Rothschilds plan. Notice all the golden parachutes going to the very rich, while not much is done in terms of benefits for the lowest of those most hurt by the economy going down. In the 30's the US wasn't 14+ trillion dollars in debt, and the average person at least knew how to grow potatoes or fix their own car. Things are different now, and if we have a depression like the 30's I think there will be more people starving, etc. Check out Money Masters docu on youtube if you havnt already, this economy was predicted over 20 years ago. Also Gerald Celente is a good source, you can look him up on youtube as well. Edit: To those people who say everything is ok, please, stay asleep, watch: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GAaSw1uYVyo
  • If you look at the inflation rate, unemployment rate, and GDP, we are hardly worse than the early Carter recession, let along the depression. I guess this is why you get uneducated dolts telling us about fake organizations such as the Illuminati or NWO. I guess believing in fake news is better for those that are prone to be really gullible. Crop circles, or alien abductions anyone?
  • "freemason"? A lot of people think this is already the worst period since the 1930s. Greenspan isn't exactly out on a limb...
  • This will keep going on until Americans rise up and demand we get rid of the Fed. Recessions are rare when you have sound money
  • Senator Bernard Sanders, Vermont: Socialist Senator Barack Obama, Illinois: Democrat Congressman Ron Paul, Texas: Republican (Libertarian) Senator John McCain, Arizona: Republican Here's the voting records comparitively: Sanders and Obama in lockstep: 92.51% Paul and McCain in lockstep: 61.60% Sanders and McCain in lockstep: 31.56% Sanders and Paul in lockstep: 40.22%
  • Yes beesting, I should have spelled it out - Libertarian leaning. I was hoping the parentheses would do the trick. You answered a previous question of mine today and I wrote you a response that I wish you would have a look at. It speaks directly to third-party conservative voters: http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;...
  • ckm1956 What do you know? You're just a kid. (I'm1955 LOL) Every "bank of last resort" plan we have put in place is socialistic, and I would prefer to see the markets work it out. The bump would be shorter, but much more severe unfortunately. I guess I can't blame the people in power for not wanting to have global deprivation, starvation and death on their hands. Under mine (and Ron Paul's) plan, historians would measure this time period in bodies instead of bank accounts. The crash of 1907 was bailed out by the industry responsible, if not the individuals - Morgan, Forbes et al. They pushed for the Federal Reserve and the IRS so that the citizens would be responsible for banking/equity failures. A tidy banker's bailout package that Wilson (a Democrat) signed into law in 1913. Democrats and bankers are thick as theives, but that's another story. Had Wilson said no, bankers would still be paying the price themselves. This is a very old problem. Not McCain's or Obama's fault.
  • If bankers were responsible for keeping themselves solvent, they wouldn't be trading in some of the crazy paper they trade in now, like loans to unqualified buyers for example. "Lets buy bad loans, bundle and resell them and purchase credit default stops to protect ourselves." They built a glass house while everyone was carrying around a pocket full of stones. "But who cares? The people will bail us out. We'll get INSTA-LIQUIDITY from the Fed, and then the IRS will collect it back for us." I think the whole 95 year-long thing sux!
  • This Ron Paul fan would never vote for McCain because they are wide apart on war issues and the economy. And I would like to correct this label: Congressman Ron Paul, Texas: Republican (Libertarian///Leaning) I'm writing in Ron Paul and feel good about it: http://writein2008.blogspot.com/search/l...
  • Looks like you hit both those nails on the head! Socialists don't think Barry's been bad. Sanders and Barry are almost exactly the same. I bet Ron Paul voted more with John McCain than he did with Obama or Sanders.
  • You left one out. How do Obama and Ron Paul compare? 61.60% is a good amount of agreement, but 40.22% isn't really all that bad either. It's also likely that the 7.5% Obama disagreed with Saunders would have been him in agreement with Paul. It's possible Obama and Paul agreed 47-49% of the time?
  • Actually, McCain's plan for the mortgage problem sounds rather socialist.
  • I just think EVERYBODY should vote for McCain! He is the very best choice we have this time.....go for the good one!!!
  • i dont know nor do i care. as long as mc cain gets back in lead and wins.
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