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I have just sent an email to Donald

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by ernest, Apr 4, 2005.

  1. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    RJman, you kill me.
     


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    Is that a NOTCH lapel tux.... [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     


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    (RJMan @ April 03 2005,20:44) Donald Duck is the beloved Disney character and star of "Ducktales". Â
    That was Scrooge McDuck. Â [​IMG]
    Tsk, Tsk, RJMan. I'm disappointed in you. That's like confusing Optimus Prime with Rodimus Prime in the Transformers cartoon series. Maybe, somebody could answer this question about the cartoon series that my college friends and I could never figure out. When Rodimus Prime gives up the matrix, shouldn't he have gone back to being just Rodimus(?) and not Rodimus Prime?
     


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    Ernest, I think Trump actually ... works.

    Of course, there is the small matter that his businesses don't do all that well (casino bankruptcy, anyone). He is a great self-promoter, though.
     


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    Ernest, there is a big difference between being able to find a good discount on a Dunhill sweater, and building one of the largest real estate empires in the world.

    What you are describing that you both share in common, buy low sell high, is the most basic rule of business, so you might as well email everyone who is a billionaire and offer your discount finding services as well.
     


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    Ernest on "The Apprentice", now that would be a fun show.
     


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    (ernest @ April 03 2005,20:16) I have read an interview of Donald this evening and realized we had the same vision of life and business. So i suggested him to work together. I let you know what will happen...
    Ernest, there is a big difference between being able to find a good discount on a Dunhill sweater, and building one of the largest real estate empires in the world. What you are describing that you both share in common, buy low sell high, is the most basic rule of business, so you might as well email everyone who is a billionaire and offer your discount finding services as well.
    I am not sur that Bill Gates has the same vision of life. Trump explained this = Business is a pleasure, it is 24h/24h, he does it because it is by numbers. When he enter into a chemist's to buy shaving foam, he come in with the idea of making the BEST DEAL. Very few people think like that. They take the first, the cheapest of the more expensive they see and buy it. I will advice him to forget chemist's because it is not the best place to buy shaving foam... When i buy something, i always think like Trump. I try to but the best at the lowest price and have no fear to ask a discount on a sandwich.
     


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    As a DD afficionado, I must point out though that he is best displayed in the comic work of Carl Barks.

    koji
     


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    How about a Farmer Apprentice show? Trump could wear brown suits 24/7.

    koji
     


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    If you meet Trump, offer to sell him my scalp. I have a standing offer to him: I have great hair, he has a great deal of money - he needs new hair badly, I need money badly. Let us come to an agreement.

    Set it up and I will give you 30% of the money and part of his scalp, for a lucky keychain or something. Perhaps Dunhill could make it for you.
     


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    [​IMG] See how much more confident Trump looks with J's hair? This has got to be worth at least a couple million to The Donald.
     


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    HFS. [​IMG] I guess he needs my eyebrows too.
     


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    he looks eerily like david hasselhoff now... [​IMG]
     


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    I said almost the exact same thing. I swear, I bear no resemblance to the 'Hoff.
     


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    Oh, esquire. You must mean "Hot Rod" and not Rodimus, right?
     


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