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... the economy is really bad, about 40% down on a couple of years ago and he said his is not that badly effected being mainly Internet business. We were going to have some lunch but by the time we got out in the streets service was off so we drove home. We had to backtrack the sur Poilly to cross the river as the rail crossing was still closed. It is quite cool and never reached the forecast ...
The plan today was to go to the Book Fair at La Charite sur Loire however when we got to the bridge at St Satur there was a street road block that said that the rail crossing just beyond the bridge was closed for repair. There was a deviation sign but it was unclear how to get there. We d rove around a bit and after trying ...
Today Marg went to the language school at 11.00 am and got her itinerary for next week. She spoke to a lady from Victoria, that she had met a few days earlier, and had a chance to talk about what she might expect. She is a bit nervous about what the course will entail. We spent the day reading and Marg studying. At ...
... When we returned to the village we had a beer at the pub and then walked to the centre of the village which is dominated but an aqueduct bridge, similar to the one in Saint Satur, which we think is a railway bridge. We did some shopping on the way back to the house. After lunch Marg did more French and I finished the 'Pelican Brief' great ...
... opportunist, or crook would
be more correct.
A true entrepreneur is more than a
manager, more like one who makes things
happen. P is an entrepreneur in the true sense of the word.
In a world where we turn more and more to governments to solve problems and
governments regulate to remove incentives and generally neuter he efforts of go getters, we need people like P and H. To build from
nothing, market ...