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1. | Jun 17, 2014
Anonymous CowardDon't worry about being direct and open. I think in the years spent in Romania you have aleardy noticed that most regular Romanians like a direct approach, and won't blame you for openly speaking about true things. I just spent some time abroad, and this lack of directness is killing me. Which is why I'll be back home soon.
2. | Dec 14, 2013
Anonymous CowardMy experience in bieunsss dealings with Gypsies is limited. I'd say, however, that there's not much difference from dealing with a Romanian. You need to be careful, and establish strict rules. The Gypsies will stick to them, especially if they see there's no other way to close the deal. It's sort of a chicken and egg problem. Gypsies are used to beind treated badly, and in return they do behave badly when they have the opportunity. Treat them well, and the circle will break. Suddenly you'll notice that Gypsies are as well able to stick to established rules as Romanians or other nations. As for respect, that's a completely different story. Many, if not most people in Romania, seem to forget that you can't expect respect if you don't provide any. There's a Romanian saying: fii om cu mine ca sa fiu om cu tine (be human to me so I can be human to you). People forgetting this just put themselves through hell. But you know, everybody has to make his own choices about how to live life and how to relate to other people.
3. | Dec 12, 2013
, I'm now going to express what is clarley an unpopular opinion. Monica made some mildly obnoxious comparisons to the Jewish market. First, Monica, you should know that there are Jewish imprints and there are Jewish literature sections in markets that would support such a section. I don't think you'd have to look to hard in NY, but I could show you a few here in San Francisco. Clearly, I'm Jewish. Not religious, mind you, but fairly ethnic. I am often attracted to fiction with Jewish themes. I read ALL kinds of books, but sometimes it's nice to read about characters with similar experiences or families or histories as yourself. If I see a book has Jewish themes, I'm automatically a little more interested in reading it. There are so many books out there, I miss the vast majority of Jewish-themed books that are published. I would be delighted to see these books shelved together. As a CONSUMER, it just makes it easier for me to find what I'm interested in, if and when that's what I'm looking for. I would not feel ghetto-ized.Additionally, as a consumer, I can figure things out. Unable to locate Armisted Maupin in general fiction, I walked over to the gay/lesbian section and found lots and lots of his books over there. Even if that was too taxing for me, I could have asked an employee. We shoppers really aren't quite as dumb as you seem to think.I read Stephen L. Carter and John Ridley and Percival Everett and God knows how many other AA authors. No, I probably didn't have to go to a different section to locate their work. I don't read Mary Monroe (though I certainly know who she is and I've got nothing against her work). Her novels are never going to attract as broad an audience as some of the authors I just listed above, no matter where they're shelved. They are simply written for a more niche market. So, I guess what I'm saying is, it depends on the title. Perhaps BSA is correct. Her titles should be marketed as broadly as Toni Morrison's. The thing is, almost no one's titles are marketed as broadly as Toni Morrison's. Period. I just don't think there's a huge racial conspiracy to keep AA authors down. Ultimately publishing houses want to sell as many books as humanly possible. They definitely make marketing mistakes occasionally, but theoretically they've done some research into what sells best where.Just my opinion. Now tell me why I'm wrong.Susan
4. | Aug 28, 2013
ParmalatI agree up to a certain point: rpeesct towards a human being is one thing and money changing hands is another.All people deserve to receive a rpeesctful treatment, even if they are prisoners of wars, inmates etc but when it comes to money changing hands I would put it this way:The person who spoke in the conference before you made a calculation: I can sell this gypsy a bad property which nobody wants and improve my rating as a seller or I can sell him a good property and hope for future business from him. He chose the first option, maybe he had more information on that gypsy, but in all depending on the circumstances such option may be the best.But then again, I'm a speculator and I'll always choose immediate gains over long term profits so I may be wrong
5. | Aug 24, 2013
Lori, I wish I had come across this post, oh, say 7 years ago. Because that's when I sold The Boy Child for a FRACTION of what he was worth. A mere ptncatie, really. And why? Because he peed in the bathroom trash can FOR THE LAST TIME. I mean, honestly. Is it too much to ask that your child 1. Put the seat down and, 2. Actually pee in the toilet that I have provided for him and his sister? No, I think not. So, as I daily peruse Craig's List, looking for an 11-year-old boy being re-sold by a pissed off traveling band of gypsies reeking of urine, I will harken to your words.>1!!!
6. | Aug 23, 2013
Don't hire workers from Romania! Romanians are ulnsilked workers.Romanians are filthy gypsies.Come to Romania! All the building of Romania are crooked and ugly.Romanians are good at nothing.Romanians only want to get paid´╗┐ without working.There are many Romanians working in construction in Spain,Italy,France..most of them are thieves,they steal from their workplace.Besides,Romanians are beggars and killers.Yesterday,a romanian immigrant killed his spanish boss and his wife and stole their money