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Sep 8, 2006 10:33 pm

[quote=joedabrkr]

I'll be in town the first week in October.  I'll have to make sure to avoid Carolines....
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Nah go ahead and go, I'll be in California.  Late September and early October are a great time to be on the North Coast.  We may fly to Salt Lake City this year and drive over there--still trying to decide.

Mendocino County is not a place, it's a state of mind.

Sep 9, 2006 6:22 am

If you are already or will be renting an office, it's likely on a NNN lease where you are paying for all of the expenses including utilities, taxes, insurance, and repairs. If that is the case, all you are doing is paying off your building owner's mortgage. That being said, buying an office condo is a long term commitment and your business should be strong enough that it can survive through the ups and downs of real estate markets. Unless the location is strong enough that it could be either sold or rented quickly should things go bad. If the business is relatively new and or in a growing phase, then leasing is probably a better choice if things go bad.

Sep 9, 2006 1:26 pm

But you're forgetting the key ingredient.  Joeboy is immature and not bright enough to grasp that a business can go bad.

He's like a newlywed at LPL, all he sees are beautiful days.

It would be laughable if it were not so pathetic.  There are those who are destined to fail no matter how hard others try to prevent it.

Sep 9, 2006 1:55 pm

[quote=NASD Newbie]

But you're forgetting the key ingredient.  Joeboy is immature and not bright enough to grasp that a business can go bad.

He's like a newlywed at LPL, all he sees are beautiful days.

It would be laughable if it were not so pathetic.  There are those who are destined to fail no matter how hard others try to prevent it.

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With Joe's work ethic and entrepreneurial spirit, all he can have are beautiful days. An employee, like yourself, wouldn't understand that.

Sep 9, 2006 3:57 pm

Knuck…for once we see eye to eye…

Sep 9, 2006 4:05 pm

Indy, are you saying that you think Joe exhibit signs of the maturity necessary to succeed as an independent?

Sep 9, 2006 9:33 pm

Yes I am…but I think he enjoys playing games with you…

Sep 9, 2006 11:58 pm

[quote=Indyone]Knuck…for once we see eye to eye…[/quote]

Thanks gentlemen to both of you for your very kind words!

  with the mandatory emoticon for Newbie.

Sep 10, 2006 12:01 am

[quote=NASD Newbie]

But you’re forgetting the key ingredient.  Joeboy is immature and not bright enough to grasp that a business can go bad.

He's like a newlywed at LPL, all he sees are beautiful days.

It would be laughable if it were not so pathetic.  There are those who are destined to fail no matter how hard others try to prevent it.

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I am plenty mature, Newbie, and have seen more than you realize.

It is you who are pathetic.  You are a calcified old bureaucrat who has been put out to pasture, and you spent so much time playing politics with your NASD buddies that you can't concieve of the wealth us entrepreneurial types are creating for ourselves in the indy channel, and yet having fun doing it!

So go trade your Google options and leave us alone.