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[*] posted on 2-4-2004 at 02:34 PM
Looking for a business partner...


US based pharmaceutical nutritional products available in the Mexican Market. Taking applications for distributors. Training and support available, top commissions, excellent opportunity to help curb diabetes in Mexico. This is an expanding NASDAQ company, recently named third best performing stock by CBS Market Watch, in the Direct Selling / Direct Marketing industry.
Please contact me via email if you are interested, or have any questions!

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[*] posted on 6-20-2004 at 08:13 PM
Why were there only 8 words


regarding your "true" intentions ?

"excellent opportunity to help curb diabetes in Mexico. "

and the rest was obviously a gringo $$$ making scheme.:mad:
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[*] posted on 6-20-2004 at 09:12 PM


Because JR, most people need an income....

If helping people in Mexico is a result of taking the risk, time, and effort to operate this business (vs. many other businesses) why is that not a good thing?

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This sounds like a way to make money and help Mexicans, too. Maybe Mexican people can be recruited so they can make more money and help their fellow countrymen... wouldn't THAT be great?

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[*] posted on 6-20-2004 at 10:18 PM
Probably not David


if joining the corporate world coming from an honest Rancho or Fishermans life means you have no more time for family.
They don't really have the facilities to raise their kids while the parents work down here as they do in the u.s..
And, after seeing the ejemplo set by others who believe in that dung, they have no desire whatsoever to make that sacrifice. Ask your worker!
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[*] posted on 6-21-2004 at 08:15 AM
Those are the gringo prices


" Were you not until recently, constantly promoting your Baja rescue service... what was it $250 to join and $50 more when you wanted to use it? "

Everyone else is free!


"There's nothing wrong with business/development."
Unless you are taking one of the worlds natural wonders and turning it into a huge development and money making scheme which is what the americans are famous for.
Ever seen california?
:lol:

My projects down here, including BSAR are designed to help the locals without changing anything. When the park is done, there will be a limited number of tourists allowed.
When the bamboo is grown, the locals will be using my tools to build things out of it and homes for their families. The reason I am doing this is because I was asked to by the Mexican people that live there.
They don't like the fact that their kids have to go to the big cities to work so I came up with an alternative for them.
It is not a money making scheme, it is a way to stop development in some areas, as well as help the local humans, something I don't expect many of you to understand.
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[*] posted on 6-21-2004 at 02:34 PM
JR


quote "something I don't expect many of you to understand"

These are the kind of comments that get the "flame wars" going, which I'm sure was not your intention :)
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[*] posted on 6-21-2004 at 02:36 PM
Good your paying attention Deb


When ya bringin those cleats down?
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[*] posted on 6-21-2004 at 02:38 PM


I'll be crossing the border early on the 30th......maybe too early, is there somewhere I can leave them for you?
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