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Old 12-10-2017, 04:10 PM   #31
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@sweetie
Thanks for your recommendations.
.It'd serve you right if he avoided you like the plague.
Dont you think this is little crossing the line for you as well?

@El Director-
I have been reading the same. Thanks for confirming. It seems that in the beginning, I might not wanna buy this one as by the time I want to use it, new model will be in the market with decreased price.
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Old 12-10-2017, 04:12 PM   #32
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group hug

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Old 12-10-2017, 05:12 PM   #33
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It'd serve you right if he avoided you like the plague.
Dont you think this is little crossing the line for you as well?
Seriously? Apples and oranges. If you're trying to be a prick, be entertaining, or get better at it.

You're biting the hand that you've asked to feed you. Additionally you've mildly irritated me.

My advice for you: [Deleted - Edited] Actually, stuff it. I know what it's like to be an a**hole in business. You can blow your money while you learn your own lessons.
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Ahhh damn Sweetie wasn't in on that hug.
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Old 12-10-2017, 05:27 PM   #35
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The first rule of Sweetiebird club. Never poke the bear if you can't handle the heat in the kitchen... or mix metaphors.

The downside to being an a**hole. There's always a bigger a**hole, and I've had a lifetime of experience to draw from
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Old 12-10-2017, 05:28 PM   #36
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@indietalk -Yes, he certainly wasnt on that hug. Perhaps its something he was never taught about.

@sweetie- Not sure what is your problem, but if you want to be a pri**, i can play the game very well. But honestly you are not worth it.
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Old 12-10-2017, 05:30 PM   #37
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Enough enough
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Old 12-10-2017, 05:45 PM   #38
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he certainly wasnt on that hug.
With so many sexual harassment claims floating around, it didn't seem wise to get all touchy-feely. But if I have your permission and you're of legal age, we can discuss further. /wink
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Old 12-10-2017, 06:59 PM   #39
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You guys crack me up
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Old 12-11-2017, 12:16 AM   #40
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What you mean? I thought we were on a new business plan:

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I had one man show = company before and what I learned that it was too much just for me to work alone. Most of the days went like that I am working 10-12 hours with projects and traveling and after that I got to home to do all the company's paper work and seeking new customers. If you have some who you trust with money and can handle the company and sales side that is good because then you can focus on making projects.

I bought Dslr set up then because I wanted to do video and photography. But in the end I just did with them only some small projects were I was have to cut all the cost. I planned the set up like that I get my money back in 2 years and tried to buy stuff what don't go old so easily like lenses and camera rig and other like that. Camera it self is easy to rent if you have all other things. But most of the money came from projects where every thing was rented.

Other hand if you have expensive equipment's you need better insurances if some thing happens or if you broke your camera you have to thing where you can rent similar.

It was just so much easier for my company to do 1-3 in month big ones than small ones like 2-3 in week. So you should think that what type of business model you try to use and what type of projects you try to reach. As you go there, try to network because some times you need some skills fast what you don't have to get some deals.

Think the reasons why you buy some thing. Like I rent office, because I want to do studio photography there or if just need place to meet up I think there is on that location places what you can rent for meetings or you can rent some place to together with other company's.
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@elemental-Thanks for all the pointers. Its very helpful.
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