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    • James
    • December 22, 2013

    If You Knew The World Was Corrupt In Every Way, What Would Convince You To Say,”it Is What It Is.? If you knew Obama had an agenda to destroy the economy by allowing the Federal Reserve the right to continue its expansion of QE(Quantitative Easing) to stimulate economy to those who had a net worth of $100K or more. What is your reaction? Facebook?Twitter? Blog about it and hope one day a independent online news network gets ahold of it and hope it gets on CNN? CNN is control by Jewish Aristocrats. Or what you could do is react like every other ignorant human-being and swear beyond limit calling it BS this and F that.Im sure your mother and your family will certainly appreciate how you handle something so important to society by the sound of your swearing. Im being ironic. But if you knew from beginning to end, what a fortunate power, to know who did what and why. If you knew who society deems as heroes were actually the villains of our society, how strong would your constitutional, free-market, freedom-style justice plan work? I think it wouldn’t. I don’t think any of you will ever becoming nearly as capable of getting a dent in breaking this wall of shame. Even me. Why? Because this isn’t a democracy, its democracy-style aristocracy. Its one thing looking another. Im not stupid. Im not stupid of how food processing companies put ingredients in fattening foods to make our minds less memorable, insufficient, and in capable of learning properly, so that they give a reason to ship a job to China rather than start one in America. See its not the burger that makes the person fat but its the ingredients within the burger to cause the body to only want to eat more, its like a synthetic mental drug to force to eat something for a particular purpose. I say this because im not stupid i know what everyone seems to be, and its not I repeat it is not a democracy. We cliche our problems every day to help control our sufferings, and its like covering feces with newspaper, you can cover it up for a while hoping the smell will go away but your human, you know it’ll never go away. It’ll get stronger as you become weaker.

    • Kitty
    • December 22, 2013

    What Are The Types Of Marketing That Forex Brokers Use? I just started working in a online forex trading company.
    I was given an assignment to review what types or strategies that any other online forex companies use for their marketing.

    All i got right now is:
    1. ASP – Affiliate Service Provider
    2. Email Marketing
    3. SEO – Social media Optimization
    4. Forex Ranking sites
    5. Social Media Management

    Any other ideas?

    Thank you in advance.

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    Is A Good Casting Website? Has anyone tried Have you found work? Do you recommend it?

      • Staff
      • December 22, 2013

      NY Casting is part of Casting Networks (which has LA Casting, SF Casting, Miami Casting, etc) and it’s a legitimate site. Casting directors do use it to post breakdowns and casting calls. By like most online casting networks the type of work that’s available is low-to-no-pay jobs that actors take for experience. But sometimes there are some paying jobs.

      See, how online casting works is that a casting director is hired for a project. They write a breakdown which describes the projects and the roles to be cast and they release the breakdown through an online communication network. They control who has access to the breakdowns – and usually it’s only licensed talent agents. For example, something like 90% of commercials in LA are listed on LA Casting, but only licensed talent agents have access to them. But a certain percent are made available to actors – so you can find some opportunities there.

      But it takes some effort to go through the listing and find what might work and the competition is still pretty stiff since a lot of people want to be actors and will submit for jobs. You’ll still need to be understand about actor unions and know how to market yourself and be able to network and make connections. You won’t get far just submitting to stuff you find online.

      Good luck.

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    How To Begin To Sell A Sauce….? Knowing that this will be a long term venture (or if someone has an awesome answer to the contrary, which is doubtful) I will describe what I envision doing and would love to make a go at.

    I am a single individual, living in a single family home. I am interested in selling sauce (tomato, bbq, & salad dressings, and any other concoction that I envision along the way).HOW DO I START THIS VENTURE from complete scratch. I do know how to cook and of course my friends and family say my sauces are great (play it again Sam, I know) BUT I have no idea how to begin any type of business like this. I’m sure there is a list a mile long of regulations, patents, insurance, marketing, on and on……What I am ideally looking to get out of this quesiton is a good starting point. Something I can build momentum with and just start doing so I don’t just keep thinking about it and looking stuff up online on how to get started. Highly competitive and saturated market, but hey, nothing that’s great is easy to get. I”m willing to do the work, if I just know how to start.

    Some of my main concerns and “writer’s block for getting started” are:

    Where can I get my ingredients that are acceptable to use? For example, a lot of people use ketchup or tomatoe paste in their bbq sauce. Well, can I just use any type of ketchup like Hunt’s or Heinz? Is that something that would have to be listed as ingredients used on the bottle (e.g. contains Heinz ketchup?) Same question with Tomato Sauce. If someone uses canned tomatoes from a certain brand, can those products be re-canned and then listed as simply canned tomatoes on the ingredients? Does it need to have the name of the canned tomatoes (e.g. contains Cento Roma Tomatoes with Basil Leaf) Am I making sense? I don’t want to work on a sauce with products that I am not able to sell in the long run. Should I start ordering fresh tomatoes from Sysco and have them delivered to my house and start from complete scratch? Can individuals even buy from Sysco (or other food distributor) without being a company or restaurant?

    I don’t know anyone in this business and I’m not sure who to even ask for advice on this without getting the book thrown at me. People don’t generally seem to care about my ventures, why would they, unless they are benefited some way, so that’s why I have no idea who to ask for advice. Of course you can see my dilemma, I’m getting ahead of myself with all of these quesitons and have digressed from my original real concern and question “How can I simply get started!!??”

    Any help, would be wonderful.


      • Staff
      • December 22, 2013

      Sounds like you have a vision. Before you start worrying about labeling you need to first have your kitchen inspected by the Board of Heath. You can not sell food products without a board of health certification. You then need to get any local and state licenses. You need liability insurance. If someone claims to have gotten sick from your product (even if they did not) you can lose every thing you own so insurance is a must. After all of those necessities are in place you need to research labeling laws. If you specify a particular brand of product on your label you will probably have to pay fees for the use of the name. Speaking to a small business attorney s a good idea. A good way to avoid that issue is to make all of your sauces from scratch and do not use processed ingredients.

      I had a landscaping business for 10 years (had to give it up when I was involved in a near death accident). I developed a business plan with the help of my local unemployment office and my local university – at no cost to me. A business plan addresses any and all issues that you will encounter including but not limiter to – inspections, licenses, loans and grants, marketing, packaging, shipping, start up cost, monthly operation cost, anticipated income – every thing a prospective business owner needs to consider. Contact your local unemployment office. They will have contacts to assist you with business planning.

      Good luck and Merry Christmas

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