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#252 Feb 22 2012 at 12:23 PM Rating: Good
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I like the truant officer idea, but how about this; We turn all schools into Curves® or something. Set up all homes with 'learning stations' and implement internet educated learning requirements.





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I never claimed that the government ever gave a kid $4 to buy milk. It was an example for you to understand the concept.

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Yeah, that's probably one of the more scary things he's ever posted.

Wow.
#254Almalieque, Posted: Feb 22 2012 at 10:36 PM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) Well when you believe that mismanaging money is equivalent to not needing the money, I'm reluctant to take you seriously. You're obviously confused.
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Go ahead! Let's open two businesses next to each other where you sell your products/service with a 400% mark up and me with a 25% mark up and see who comes up on top.


Id bank on Timelord tbh. Mostly because I imagine he actually knows how to calculate a markup.
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Do the 400% markup products have a counter-relief image of an apple on them?
#257Almalieque, Posted: Feb 23 2012 at 3:44 AM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) Only if the products that are only marked up 25% have one also.
#258 Feb 23 2012 at 4:58 AM Rating: Good
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Do the 400% markup products have a counter-relief image of an apple on them?


Only if the products that are only marked up 25% have one also.


Still would invest with Timelord. Sorry alma your past math history has leaves a lot to be suspect.

But I am happy to tell you they make flash cards for that too.
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#259 Feb 23 2012 at 8:12 AM Rating: Excellent
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If the product is restaurant soda, then the mook only marking up 25% is losing out on massive profits and soon to be out of business.
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If the product is restaurant soda, then the mook only marking up 25% is losing out on massive profits and soon to be out of business.


Well the assumption was that the vendor was out to make a profit. Besides, that's why soda on tap is heavily diluted. If it weren't, you probably wouldn't ever make a profit.
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You do realize we can spot, immediately, when you spout off about things you don't understand, right?
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If the product is restaurant soda, then the mook only marking up 25% is losing out on massive profits and soon to be out of business.


Well the assumption was that the vendor was out to make a profit. Besides, that's why soda on tap is heavily diluted. If it weren't, you probably wouldn't ever make a profit.

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#263 Feb 23 2012 at 9:55 AM Rating: Excellent
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You'd have to be the biggest ****** of the restaurant industry in the universe if you somehow couldn't make a profit off of soda. It's literally impossible not to. Smiley: laugh
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You do realize we can spot, immediately, when you spout off about things you don't understand, right?

Consider who you're directing this to.

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#265 Feb 23 2012 at 10:18 AM Rating: Default
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You do realize we can spot, immediately, when you spout off about things you don't understand, right?


Of course, because I tend to preference it with me saying that I'm not sure. If you have never noticed the difference between a regular bought can/bottle Coke vs a Coke that you get at a bar or a restaurant, then you fail at life.
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I wasn't going to suggest you failed at life, but if that's how you feel I'm sure a few of the soldiers around you have ACE cards.
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You do realize we can spot, immediately, when you spout off about things you don't understand, right?

Consider who you're directing this to.

Do you realise your mistake?


Yea..... after our previous encounter of him completely making up stuff with no intent of backing it up, I'm not so quick to assume that he has any more knowledge than me. Clearly, he's an expert of BS'ing his way through conversations... It's kind of a pre-req to be a senior NCO.
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I wasn't going to suggest you failed at life, but if that's how you feel I'm sure a few of the soldiers around you have ACE cards.


If you need an ACE card to persuade your mind, then you REALLY fail at life.
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#270 Feb 23 2012 at 10:27 AM Rating: Good
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You do realize we can spot, immediately, when you spout off about things you don't understand, right?

Consider who you're directing this to.

Do you realise your mistake?


Yea..... after our previous encounter of him completely making up stuff with no intent of backing it up, I'm not so quick to assume that he has any more knowledge than me. Clearly, he's an expert of BS'ing his way through conversations... It's kind of a pre-req to be a senior NCO.

Well isn't that the Officer calling the NCO black. Or something.
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You do realize we can spot, immediately, when you spout off about things you don't understand, right?


Of course, because I tend to preference it with me saying that I'm not sure. If you have never noticed the difference between a regular bought can/bottle Coke vs a Coke that you get at a bar or a restaurant, then you fail at life.


"Preface", you fucking idiot.
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You do realize we can spot, immediately, when you spout off about things you don't understand, right?


Of course, because I tend to preference it with me saying that I'm not sure. If you have never noticed the difference between a regular bought can/bottle Coke vs a Coke that you get at a bar or a restaurant, then you fail at life.


"Preface", you fucking idiot.

My friend always has a go at me because I pronounced it "pre-face". I've started doing it deliberately now, though.
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Nilatai wrote:
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You do realize we can spot, immediately, when you spout off about things you don't understand, right?


Of course, because I tend to preference it with me saying that I'm not sure. If you have never noticed the difference between a regular bought can/bottle Coke vs a Coke that you get at a bar or a restaurant, then you fail at life.


"Preface", you fucking idiot.

My friend always has a go at me because I pronounced it "pre-face". I've started doing it deliberately now, though.


A preference to pronounce preface as pre-face?

Perfect!

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#274 Feb 23 2012 at 10:47 AM Rating: Good
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ITT: Alma actually thinks soda taps work the same way beer taps do.
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It really sounds like he thinks there's this huge stock of unopened two liter bottles in storage that places like McDonalds sneaks away to open, pour tap water in, and serve to the public. What really happens is they hook a $40 box of syrup to the soda jerk, and it's mixed with water and CO2 to make about 300 medium cups of Coke. You break even if you sold each of those at a little more than a nickle each Sorry, I've been laughing so hard my eyes are tearing and I made a mistake. You actually break even if you sell each for a little more than a PENNY each. A nickle you're still making profit. Smiley: laugh

Like last time, I could just give him the link, but history has shown he'll forget about that and make the same mistake a half dozen more times and keep demanding the same information over and over again, and that's just not going to happen.

Edited, Feb 23rd 2012 12:00pm by lolgaxe
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Guess how many times the mother will give the kid $4 to buy milk?

Now guess how many times Lolgaxe's office will be carpeted.

See the point, now?


Yes, I see clearly that you fail to admit that you are wrong. I never claimed that the government ever gave a kid $4 to buy milk. It was an example for you to understand the concept. Mismanaging money doesn't mean that the money wasn't needed. I'm sure that money spent on the carpet could have been well spent some where else. Unless that is, he's working in a financially perfect environment, where money isn't needed.


God **** it man, how can anyone be as ******* stupid as you appear to be?
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95% of the cost of a fast food Coke is the cup. There's a reason why McDonalds will sell you any size soft drink for a buck. It sounds like a great bargain and then McD's still makes ninety-five cents profit on it and deflects the lower margins on the dollar sandwiches.
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#278 Feb 23 2012 at 11:38 AM Rating: Good
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Yeah, cups are shockingly expensive. The smallest Styrofoam cups I used at an old job in an ice cream parlor cost 17c each.

Franchised stores don't pay nearly so much, of course. Even though their cups are designed, they are produced in massive bulk and the store owners buy them from the corporation. They are dirt cheap compared to what a small business would need to pay.
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That and the McD's cups are waxed paper.

Except the sweet tea cups which are some weird styrene material. Not quite regular styrofoam but... anyway, I'm not sure what makes sweet tea so special to deserve them but if McD's is sending the extra cash on them, their tea must react with wax to become a toxic poison or something.
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That and the McD's cups are waxed paper.

Except the sweet tea cups which are some weird styrene material. Not quite regular styrofoam but... anyway, I'm not sure what makes sweet tea so special to deserve them but if McD's is sending the extra cash on them, their tea must react with wax to become a toxic poison or something.


I don't know how it was elsewhere, but around here they were pulling out all the stops for their Sweet Tea advertising. I'm guessing it was really just tied to that.
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Almalieque wrote:
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You do realize we can spot, immediately, when you spout off about things you don't understand, right?


Of course, because I tend to preference it with me saying that I'm not sure. If you have never noticed the difference between a regular bought can/bottle Coke vs a Coke that you get at a bar or a restaurant, then you fail at life.

No, this means you don't understand how soda machines in restaurants work.
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Well, he thinks that because every conversation with a senior NCO he has goes something like this:

I found out as a lance corporal that was the fastest way to make officers go away. Smiley: laugh

Edited, Feb 23rd 2012 2:16pm by lolgaxe
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Well isn't that the Officer calling the NCO black. Or something.
Well, he thinks that because every conversation with a senior NCO he has goes something like this:

I found out as a lance corporal that was the fastest way to make officers go away. Smiley: laugh

Edited, Feb 23rd 2012 2:16pm by lolgaxe

Do you have to use a Minne-soh-tah accent? I generally have a good ear for accents, and I recognise that one from the way Richard Dean Anderson talks and junk.
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What really happens is they hook a $40 box of syrup to the soda jerk, and it's mixed with water and CO2 to make about 300 medium cups of Coke.


What are we, back in the 50s? They use this doodad called a "brixer". Smiley: schooled


To be fair though, it's not unheard of for store and restaurant owners to adjust the brixer to "water down" the drinks so as to squeeze more drinks out of that box of syrup. Never underestimate the silliness of some people trying to make an extra buck. But usually if the drink tastes different or watered down, it's just because the thing isn't quite adjusted right and no one's gotten around to fixing it yet.
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What really happens is they hook a $40 box of syrup to the soda jerk, and it's mixed with water and CO2 to make about 300 medium cups of Coke.


What are we, back in the 50s? They use this doodad called a "brixer". Smiley: schooled


To be fair though, it's not unheard of for store and restaurant owners to adjust the brixer to "water down" the drinks so as to squeeze more drinks out of that box of syrup. Never underestimate the silliness of some people trying to make an extra buck. But usually if the drink tastes different or watered down, it's just because the thing isn't quite adjusted right and no one's gotten around to fixing it yet.


I'm sure that happens, but it's also ignoring the more significant issue at work. Gravity is what creates the pressure that actually causes the syrup to come out of the machine. When the bag is full, the weight on the lower fluid is much higher, causing it to emit more for each "spurt."

As the bag empties, that pressure diminishes. The result is that drinks made from a full bag are far more concentrated than those made as the bag is finishing out.

Do some people adjust them to hold out on syrup? Probably. But that's a strong minority of store owners.

Every place that uses soda fountains is going to encounter this issue, however. It's perfectly normal. It averages out to the right concentration, but it's a bell curve.

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There are also bags that are connected to pumps, instead of using gravity. But the same pressure differences affect concentration. It's not as extreme as machines using gravity alone, but it's definitely still a noticeable difference.

Edited, Feb 23rd 2012 5:06pm by idiggory
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What are we, back in the 50s? They use this doodad called a "brixer". Smiley: schooled
I'm always told I belong in the 40s and 50s. Classier time and great music. Absolutely my favorite era. Sure, there were a lot of problems, but I'm white, male, and native to the Northeast so most of it wouldn't directly affect me, heh. Okay, I'd have probably had to go to WWII, but besides that.

I could have been Captain America ...

Sidetrack aside, I wasn't sure what the actual name of the machine was, truth be told, so I went with the best term I could think of for it.

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If the product is restaurant soda, then the mook only marking up 25% is losing out on massive profits and soon to be out of business.


Well the assumption was that the vendor was out to make a profit. Besides, that's why soda on tap is heavily diluted. If it weren't, you probably wouldn't ever make a profit.
It's not diluted down, it's a completely different product.

If you notice a difference between fountain pop at McDonalds vs Burger King, then that's likely a diluted product.


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Only if the products that are only marked up 25% have one also.

All I wanted to do was make a terribly cliche poke at Apple for their sordid marketing, and you had to attempt to commandeer an awful joke as part of your even awfuller analogy. You're just begging me to join the Alma put down bonanza aren't you?
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It really sounds like he thinks there's this huge stock of unopened two liter bottles in storage that places like McDonalds sneaks away to open, pour tap water in, and serve to the public. What really happens is they hook a $40 box of syrup to the soda jerk, and it's mixed with water and CO2 to make about 300 medium cups of Coke


I worked at McDonalds for 5ish years, I kinda know how it works. I was the one who had to carry the syrup from the truck to the walk in and back for refill. Get over yourself.

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Like last time, I could just give him the link, but history has shown he'll forget about that and make the same mistake a half dozen more times and keep demanding the same information over and over again, and that's just not going to happen.


You have not once provided me the AR. I specifically asked for the AR only, no link or any other reference. Quit making stuff up, grow up, be a man and just admit that you were wrong.

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Sorry, I've been laughing so hard my eyes are tearing and I made a mistake. You actually break even if you sell each for a little more than a PENNY each. A nickle you're still making profit.


You're such a tool. I gave my $.05 in support of a comment that YOU said. Even if I'm somehow wrong, it has absolutely NOTHING to do with the argument at hand. Just in case you forgot, my point is that there is a difference between mismanaging money and not needing it. Where, someone who needs money, (i.e. a bum) might need it, but spends it on something that s/he doesn't need (i.e. beer). Just because that individual wasted money on something that wasn't necessary, it doesn't mean that the s/he doesn't need it.

So, unless your "point" with the soda comment somehow contradicts that statement, then I have no interest in playing your lame game.
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95% of the cost of a fast food Coke is the cup. There's a reason why McDonalds will sell you any size soft drink for a buck. It sounds like a great bargain and then McD's still makes ninety-five cents profit on it and deflects the lower margins on the dollar sandwiches.


You do realize that you get the same amount of soda in a small (without ice) as you do as a large (with ice).. They only "lose" ice.

Also, that "buck" deal isn't everywhere.


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You do realize we can spot, immediately, when you spout off about things you don't understand, right?


Of course, because I tend to preference it with me saying that I'm not sure. If you have never noticed the difference between a regular bought can/bottle Coke vs a Coke that you get at a bar or a restaurant, then you fail at life.

No, this means you don't understand how soda machines in restaurants work.


That was only part of my job. The ONLY point that I was making was that was coke on tap is diluted and being so is cheaper. Unless,you're arguing against that then politely STFU.
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You do realize we can spot, immediately, when you spout off about things you don't understand, right?


Of course, because I tend to preference it with me saying that I'm not sure. If you have never noticed the difference between a regular bought can/bottle Coke vs a Coke that you get at a bar or a restaurant, then you fail at life.


"Preface", you fucking idiot.



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Almalieque wrote:
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You do realize we can spot, immediately, when you spout off about things you don't understand, right?


Of course, because I tend to preference it with me saying that I'm not sure. If you have never noticed the difference between a regular bought can/bottle Coke vs a Coke that you get at a bar or a restaurant, then you fail at life.


"Preface", you fucking idiot.



You are an immature douche.

So's your face! Smiley: tongue
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You do realize we can spot, immediately, when you spout off about things you don't understand, right?


Of course, because I tend to preference it with me saying that I'm not sure. If you have never noticed the difference between a regular bought can/bottle Coke vs a Coke that you get at a bar or a restaurant, then you fail at life.


"Preface", you fucking idiot.



You are an immature douche.

So's your face! Smiley: tongue


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You do realize we can spot, immediately, when you spout off about things you don't understand, right?


Of course, because I tend to preference it with me saying that I'm not sure. If you have never noticed the difference between a regular bought can/bottle Coke vs a Coke that you get at a bar or a restaurant, then you fail at life.


"Preface", you fucking idiot.



You are an immature douche.

So's your face! Smiley: tongue


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You do realize we can spot, immediately, when you spout off about things you don't understand, right?


Of course, because I tend to preference it with me saying that I'm not sure. If you have never noticed the difference between a regular bought can/bottle Coke vs a Coke that you get at a bar or a restaurant, then you fail at life.


"Preface", you fucking idiot.



You are an immature douche.

So's your face! Smiley: tongue


and your mom dresses you funny.

NO U!

jokes on you, my mom says Im cool!.
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#298 Feb 25 2012 at 11:32 AM Rating: Good
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rdmcandie wrote:
Nilatai wrote:
rdmcandie wrote:
Nilatai wrote:
Almalieque wrote:
Eske Esquire wrote:
Almalieque wrote:
lolgaxe wrote:
You do realize we can spot, immediately, when you spout off about things you don't understand, right?


Of course, because I tend to preference it with me saying that I'm not sure. If you have never noticed the difference between a regular bought can/bottle Coke vs a Coke that you get at a bar or a restaurant, then you fail at life.


"Preface", you fucking idiot.



You are an immature douche.

So's your face! Smiley: tongue


and your mom dresses you funny.

NO U!

jokes on you, my mom says Im cool!.

At least someone does, sweetie!
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#299 Feb 25 2012 at 11:59 AM Rating: Good
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Almalieque wrote:
Jophiel wrote:
95% of the cost of a fast food Coke is the cup. There's a reason why McDonalds will sell you any size soft drink for a buck. It sounds like a great bargain and then McD's still makes ninety-five cents profit on it and deflects the lower margins on the dollar sandwiches.
You do realize that you get the same amount of soda in a small (without ice) as you do as a large (with ice).. They only "lose" ice.
Are we playing the "you do realize" game?

You DO REALIZE that they give out those cups for self-service and you can always ask for no/little ice, RIGHT? Or, for that matter, you can get a large coffee for the same price as a small coffee which has zero ice in it... you DO REALIZE that, RIGHT??

Your experience working fast food isn't exactly unique.

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Also, that "buck" deal isn't everywhere.

So what?

Edited, Feb 25th 2012 12:00pm by Jophiel
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#300 Feb 25 2012 at 12:02 PM Rating: Decent
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Lol, the ice can be more expensive than the soda is.
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#301 Feb 25 2012 at 12:13 PM Rating: Good
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Almalieque wrote:
I worked at McDonalds for 5ish years,
So you've been in the military for five years, and don't know anything, and you worked at McDonalds for five years and didn't learn anything there either. I'm seeing a trend.
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