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Old 20.09.2012, 18:49
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Invest in tin futures now.
Oh yeah? You'd love that, wouldn't you. I bet you have all your money invested in tin mining companies.
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Old 20.09.2012, 18:53
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Oh yeah? You'd love that, wouldn't you. I bet you have all your money invested in tin mining companies.
I told you- it's a conspiracy...
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Old 20.09.2012, 19:58
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A dentist? Trying to scare people into consuming more sugar? I wonder if there's a dodgy conspiracy theory link there, too.
try not to make too many assumptions... I'm not a dentist...and wowza where in the world could you translate what I wrote into a "scare tactic" to get people to consume sugar?... I abstain from all processed sugars for the most part, LOVE the HELL out of Xylitol, which I promote ad nauseum, because it KILLS the bacteria that produce the acids the eat away your teeth and cause cavities... I found that sugars with low glycemic indexes are good for me as sugars that high indexes really make my ADHD uncontrollable. Agave syrup, or Xylitol, so far.
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try not to make too many assumptions...
How can I make up a conspiracy theory without making assumptions? (i.e. please get the joke!)
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I'm sure, once you get down to it, that everything's a conspiracy. Invest in tin futures now.
appears he hoards mercury like a hatter... please get the joke as well.
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How can I make up a conspiracy theory without making assumptions? (i.e. please get the joke!)
lol... but a good conspiracy contains some truth
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Re: Rivella?

there are not many people from other nationalities (except Swiss) who prefer
Rivella.
The best softdrink in my opinion is mountain dew (by far).
But here in Switzerland you can buy only cans (33 cl) for around 3 sfr.
In America , Australia, Canada or other countries there are bottles up to 2Liter
(or more) for a very cheap price.
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Old 20.09.2012, 21:59
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there are not many people from other nationalities (except Swiss) who prefer
Rivella.
The best softdrink in my opinion is mountain dew (by far).
But here in Switzerland you can buy only cans (33 cl) for around 3 sfr.
In America , Australia, Canada or other countries there are bottles up to 2Liter
(or more) for a very cheap price.
Well I'm a Brit - and I like and have enjoyed both.
My present location, suggests that Rivella is favourite at the moment.
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Old 21.09.2012, 00:04
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there are not many people from other nationalities (except Swiss) who prefer
Rivella.
The best softdrink in my opinion is mountain dew (by far).
But here in Switzerland you can buy only cans (33 cl) for around 3 sfr.
In America , Australia, Canada or other countries there are bottles up to 2Liter
(or more) for a very cheap price.
MD Baja Blast- Another argument for a Taco Bell franchise in Switzerland.
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Old 21.09.2012, 06:21
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MD Baja Blast- Another argument for a Taco Bell franchise in Switzerland.
I was in Taco-Bells a few times on different USA visits in places in Texas. They offer good food. Whether it is "genuine" is not my matter, I am sure however that it would sell excellently in Central Europe, which means in Switzerland, in Southern Germany, Eastern France, Northern Italy, Austria, Hungary, Slovakia and Czechia. ----- So why do not YOU become a TACO franchisee for Switzerland, Italy, Austria, Hungary, Slovakia and Czechia ?
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I was in Taco-Bells a few times on different USA visits in places in Texas. They offer good food. Whether it is "genuine" is not my matter, I am sure however that it would sell excellently in Central Europe, which means in Switzerland, in Southern Germany, Eastern France, Northern Italy, Austria, Hungary, Slovakia and Czechia. ----- So why do not YOU become a TACO franchisee for Switzerland, Italy, Austria, Hungary, Slovakia and Czechia ?
You want to lend me the CHFs I'll need? .

The start-up costs are extremely high and I just don't want to go back into the foodservice industry.
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Czechia
... is right up there with "Swiss", for Switzerland.
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