Good Business to start or buy

Discussion in 'The Drivers Lounge' started by Stan Smith, Dec 27, 2013.

  1. sharpshooter

    sharpshooter Well-Known Member

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    My Aunt and Uncle had a store like that in West Virginia, they were very poor..lol..just sayin
    Now my Aunt, lives with my Mother, and just makes Quilts for all the relatives kids (who don't pay..lol)
     
  2. Woody

    Woody Sons of Trump

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    Watch tv, lift weights, shake the wood, get a dog, serve God, .....do nothing.
     
  3. grocerythrower

    grocerythrower Super Mod

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    You got a wooden one? Did you lose it in the war? I'm sorry Bro. :(
     
  4. Woody

    Woody Sons of Trump

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    The splinters are a killa'....lol
     
  5. strangedays50

    strangedays50 Active Member

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    Looking for rental space in Durango CO.Finding it a bit pricey but doable ,Im real tired of truck driving,really want to go back to farming
     
  6. Woody

    Woody Sons of Trump

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    It seems like a virgin business to get into... reminds me of the gold rush ?. You can farm everything, just leave some room for marijuana "cash is King"
     
  7. Big Dave

    Big Dave Dispatcher for Team BRG-Wong

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    Were you describing scrapple or moderators?? :p

    I'd say that's most TB members....:clappy:
     
  8. ABFer

    ABFer Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Lips; yes, buttholes; no.
     
  9. 1953randy

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    Could be a high demand, but all of your instructors would have to be well versed in many foreign languages----seems like not many drivers speak English any more.
     
  10. Stan Smith

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    Good point. If I hire bilingual instructors I could possible charge more n be more attractive to newbies.
     
  11. Road Dust

    Road Dust Sunshine

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    Yeah, lol, for me it would be more of a lifestyle and doing what I enjoy and believe in rather than a way to pad the bank account. I'm just a simple girl.
     
  12. sharpshooter

    sharpshooter Well-Known Member

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    I enjoyed going there as a kid, it was awesome, having a candy store right downstairs..lol.
     
  13. 1953randy

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    Nothing wrong with a simple girl :)
     
  14. Road Dust

    Road Dust Sunshine

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    Woody may be on to something. This article states "The only thing more addictive than illegal drugs is tax revenue" and " We can't grow the stuff fast enough to sell it". This makes me think more and more states will be legalizing marijuana to get in on the piece of pie, as Colorado rakes in the dough.
    9 Things to Know Before Smoking Marijuana (Legally) in Colorado

    Unfortunately legal recreational marijuana will not be legal for truck drivers and they will still fail a drug test.
    DOT Tells Drivers to Just Say No to Legal Pot | CDLLife

    However, if the claims made in the first article are accurate, drivers would be financially better off to go into the marijuana business.
     
  15. Stan Smith

    Stan Smith Moderator

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    Huge fan of legalizing it everywhere. Huge.
     
  16. grocerythrower

    grocerythrower Super Mod

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    Me too Stan, I'm a fan of legal everything, with regulation of course, or folks would go nuts, its just more money for the gubment so they can take less from me, plus the cartells wouldn't have much stake in the trade anymore.
     
  17. Woody

    Woody Sons of Trump

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    Its a gold mine..... and no, I don't grow it....or smoke it.
    However, ill smoke it with Road Dust in the hot tub !!

    Just saying
     
  18. Road Dust

    Road Dust Sunshine

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    lol :) ...........
     
  19. Road Dust

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    All joking aside, I see marijuana as being the next huge money making business, as it becomes legal in more and more states. And, not just the weed itself, but anything related to it. With the majority of the population being from an era that openly indulged, I believe it will be an exploding market.

    "Wealthy individual investors already are tapping private equity firms for a bite of the potentially lucrative marijuana business."
    http://finance.yahoo.com/news/cannabis-could-next-great-us-125157174.html
     
  20. WildHeart

    WildHeart Well-Known Member

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    You , my dear, I will have to agree with. Even in the medical marijuana business has shown the potential to go nova.

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