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Old December 2nd, 2009 #21
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They would not decide, based on the fact that the well liked convenience store owner is pro-White, to become pro-White themselves.
That's not the point. The point is to

1. Fund, behind the scenes, people to spread White nationalist ideas.

2. Fund White family formation and home schooling groups among the entrepreneurs. Keep it more or less secret, or "plausible deniability."

3. Just plain do better financially as a group than we are now.
 
Old December 2nd, 2009 #22
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That's not the point. The point is to

1. Fund, behind the scenes, people to spread White nationalist ideas.

2. Fund White family formation and home schooling groups among the entrepreneurs. Keep it more or less secret, or "plausible deniability."

3. Just plain do better financially as a group than we are now.
How much money does a convenience store bring in each year? What's the net profit margin?
 
Old December 2nd, 2009 #23
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How much money does a convenience store bring in each year? What's the net profit margin?
A lot of variables there, Peter. However for built up immigrant centers it's enough for them to subsist, live well, sponsor more immigrants and fund their children's educations.
 
Old December 3rd, 2009 #24
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How much money does a convenience store bring in each year? What's the net profit margin?
What's the net profit margin? Of which convenience store? That requires doing market research and looking at the financial books ahead of time.

Like I said, unless you have capital to invest, it's futile to persuade you of this idea one way or the other.
 
Old December 3rd, 2009 #25
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What's the net profit margin? Of which convenience store? That requires doing market research and looking at the financial books ahead of time.

Like I said, unless you have capital to invest, it's futile to persuade you of this idea one way or the other.
There's a local convenience store leased by an Asian family and they've been trying to get out from under the least for at least a year. They don't 'own' the store but merely lease it and they make no profit on the fuel. The parent company gets that money.

It's also in a transitional area and I'm sure that niggers are ripping them off left and right. It will take $50,000 to get that lease and that's without any right to the fuel profits.
 
Old December 3rd, 2009 #26
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What's the net profit margin? Of which convenience store? That requires doing market research and looking at the financial books ahead of time.

Like I said, unless you have capital to invest, it's futile to persuade you of this idea one way or the other.
Of the average convenience store in the United States. Or the average convenience store in whatever state, city or town you'd like to use as an example.

Have you read this?

http://www.amazon.com/State-Industry-Report-2007-Data/dp/0982259301/

State of the Industry Report of 2007 Data (Perfect Paperback)
~ National Association of Convenience Stores - NACS (Author)

Price: $600.00

Product Description

The industry s premier benchmarking tool and most comprehensive collection of firm-level, store-level and category data and trends based on the convenience store industry s 2007 performance.
Compiling and analyzing totals, trends and averages for the industry, the 148-page report also examines economic conditions and their potential impact on the industry. It features more than 100 charts and tables focusing on every area of the industry s 2007 performance, including financials, store operations, merchandising, motor fuels sales and quartile analysis. The report also features a four-year perspective of same-firm data from the CSX retail database.
The new report features a number of additional research supplements:
CSX Same Firm Trends for 2004-2007: Data from 122 firms with 13,618 company-operated stores to facilitate apples to apples comparisons for benchmarking.
Same-Store Trends: A sample group of 424 stores, selected to be representative of the industry, are part of a NACS Index Group that tracks same-store data and comparisons for 2006 and 2007.
Technology: A total of 205 companies, representing 31,610 stores, provided data on key technology metrics in more than a dozen categories, including capital investments, scanning, payment methods and wireless technology.
 
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I'd still like to know how much money a typical convenience store brings in each year.
 
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You need a FAR MORE comprehensive strategy to defeat the jews than just this piddly stuff...

Just as judaism is a cancer on white society worldwide, YOU must infiltrate judaism and destroy it from within, or at least alter its destructive agenda...
 
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