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the mother of invention-the ism factor and a giant


i watched a couple of north west arkansas small buisness ontempenures march their way into a front and center stage position of the retail-marketing world of capitolism-oh for the beautiful face of capitolism-most people agree that small buisness is a vital part of the economic formula for growth and a strong-economic american backbone-so the retorical question begs-what in the name of common sense is going on-these two in paticular were small buisneses when i was a young man and just look at them now-confidential trade secret-hard work-right place right time-hard work-supply and demand with good listening techniqes-hard work and-oh yea-more hard work-after streaming off what could have been high point of my youth-upon entering into the work force i learned pleanty quick the reality of work and have worked ever since-the mesage to my children is and always has been the same-do as i say-not as i do and to everyone else-do as i did not do-the same rule and advice that i rejected as a child i now find myself giving to their grandchildren-i still come to grips when i realised just how smart my dad became overnight shortly after i had left the nest-i to am of the camp that flagpoles the standard and come what may i will always believe that americas best days are ahead of us-the beautifull face of capitolism shines for more than one reason-capitolism has always been an american standard and a leader in the ism of choices-i consider myself to be a God fearing and constitutional based uncompromising christian and in my opinion if you want just a little more than a shot at the truth you go to a giant and boy if it were only that easy-this guy walks into a room and problem solved-there is a very-very good reason they call him the great one-from the desk of and as ever-good day.

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