I've made so much money with Bitcoin these past couple of days that I am close to having a nervous break down. I don't even believe it ... it's like only a couple of days ago I was a broke poorfag struggling to pay my loans but after taking a massive risk and borrowing money from anyone I know now I am doing quite well for myself ...
Thanks for your advice biz, it changed my life. Seriously ... I am crying right now ... wtf
Yes. I care about this company and will be loyal no matter what. Retail and then clerical work. Of course. I jewed on them like a dirty mercenary would when a better offer came along. No. Everyone always believes that you'll be loyal, when no one is loyal to anyone in this job market.
>>1002476 Corps lie all the time to get the edge. Even the playing field by lying back. Sit through all the bullshit "team player" nonsense they shove down your throat with a fake smile, then if something better comes along, drop them like a sack of rocks.
1. Form LLC in Nevada(small business)/Delaware (eventual IPO)/Home state (tax and law situations like Illinois) depending on situation.
2. Register company with county/town government as required by law. Including any bond and insurance you need on day 1.
3. Online presence no matter the company. Social media branding and marketing. You would be amazed at local radio ads.
4. Proper marketing. This isnt just online, but radio, tv, company vehicle wraps, paid vehicle wrap advertisers (basically you pay a person to have their car... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
1. Get high with friends and come up with half baked idea 2. Start and operation in someone's basement, spend more time decorating the office with ping pong tables and video games than doing any work 3. Post on social media a bunch of inspiration quotes and images 4. Call yourself a CEO 5. Fizzle out in a few months
>>1002222 it was obvious from the day she got hired from the job if you read her cv back then. i have no idea what they are aiming for in the future, right now it seems like a desperate damage control move
>>1002216 1) it's just 0.25%, it's next to nothing done just like before, I guess the nigger king just want to leave his throne saying he fixed the broken econ 2) it's just target rate, not hard rate, they can dump it back down any time
In April, I had my appendix removed. I didnt have health insurance. They tried to help me get health insurance, and I got denied several times by the govt. I was always missing 1-2 paystubs/documents. By the end of the summer I said "fuck this" and stopped applying. Since the fall I've been getting collection notices from 4-5 different agencies representing the hospital, the radiologists, the doctors office, etc.
I was in that motherfucker for less than 24 hours and all this shit totals up to about $30,000. I am 21. I don't have any money. I don't... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1002065 1. Medical things are expensive because 99% of people who use them have insurance and insurance doesn't give a fuck about the costs, especially because the gubbmint subsidizes them so much. 2. You're not too healthy to get insurance. You're just too stupid. Keep track of your god damned pay stubs/documents you idiot. People tried to help you and you shitted out. 3. You had a life-saving operation performed by some of the best doctors in the world. 30k is cheap.
The only person to blame here... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
The whole "potentially being delisted" thing still scares me. Good luck OP. You probably bought at a high. I did the same with GBSN at .13 last week and lost $30 which hurt but not as much as if I hadn't sold out.
What's the deal with PMCs? How do you get to work for one and what do they do exactly? I'm talking about the most well-known ones such as Academi just like the smaller ones. Everyone calls them out on being glorified mercenaries, how true is that statement? What allows them to be so opaque?
Generally speaking, what is it like to work for a PMC?
Basically, they headhunt ex-vets and friends who look like they know what they're doing, depending on how large and desperate.
Some get 'security contracts', which basically means you show up somewhere within so many miles of a warzone with weapons but you guard shit and might not actually fight a war at all.
Their operation is largely allowed by lax laws, carefully worded contracts, desperation to have troops to do 'deniable' acts (mercenaries are not legally protected by... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1002043 >ex-vets and friends who look like they know what they're doing I was planning on joining my country's military but I'm not certain on which job I'd be aiming for. To have a shot at a PMC, regardless of its size, after my contract ends, which branch should I consider?
So military contractors are like a proxy used to commit war crimes most of the time? Is that pretty much all they do?
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