User:DJ Irreverent/The making of...
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Yeah it is long and needs a bit of a cutback... still needs a bit of fine tuning but its 80% done :D --14:54, 28 April 2008 (UTC)
- Ok :s a lot of this is just brain storming and needs repairing after the initial woo! I'm finished! and before the crap! cleaning up I need to reword stuff to sound more economic and less listy and what ever I can think of like. -- 15:35, 28 April 2008 (UTC)
edit Mergers & Takeovers
A mass share buyout is one of the more effective methods of taking over another businesses operations. The prospective taker-over then accuses the chosen business operators of not giving them a turn. They are then told by the ruling body to "share or someone isn't getting any dessert" and the taker-over is able to get their grubby little hands all over the profits.
And to all those neigh sayers who say "we should let the kids have their fun" and/or "you already control our minds, why worry about 4 measly dollars", that market constitutes a significant portion of capitalistic entrepreneurial tenure in the wider global economic market as a mechanism of futurist budgetary potential in innovatory significant portioning so it is imperative we have a stake in it to insure a sound economic future for the country... also Na Aaaaaah
It is widely stated that the only thing a child is willing to share is a cold. Sadly the usually vibrant virus market is in a bit of a slump of late due to cheaper Asian imports. Despite this, many well meaning investors set up Share markets throughout the Pre-Market Economy; each providing an ambiance conducive to sharing (read; beanbags) and a place where potential investors could share and discuss businesses together in harmony.
These promptly became Give markets; each providing an ambiance conducive to giving and... sticks... big sticks.
The largest of these Share Markets is the NYSE (or No You Share Everything), with an annual turn-over of 3 tables a day.
--15:29, 28 April 2008 (UTC)
edit Excerpt from The Pre-Market Economy and Experience
by Dr. Hayek, Rothschild Professor of Economics at Harfurd University and Former Child
|“||...It is no surprise to me that children have developed their own economic system. Year after year, children ages 1 to 10 have been making strides in the field of selling things. I believe that adults my age, mid-twenties thank-you-very-much, could learn something from these little scamps. Have you ever been at a board meeting and had your mind wander back to the days of the lemonade stand? In what way is selling, say, viagra like selling lemonade? Let your mind wander on that for a moment. You see? So many connections! And the news gets better: pre-schoolers, year after year, stay the same age. This opens up the opportunities for adults like you or I to steal their ideas! But don't take my word for it, ask a child through their bedroom window at night!"||”|
- Nice, nice but I'm going for the idea that the actual economics is completely inept at operating there despite showing their similarities. -- 17:36, 28 April 2008 (UTC)