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LockalOffice24.com are Quality SCAMMERs.
(that’s a rare compliment; you know, most are so silly, they stink at you even through a wireless).
But they got me! After taking all they wanted, they went dead (for me), no more emails, no more answers, tel-auto-redial for 5 hours: NADA! No company address.
Then, finally, one last answer from ‘Alex’:
Below, as company mission:
During Corvid-19: Business As Usual at LocalOffice24.
LocalOffice24 wishes to reassure you that we remain fully committed to ensuring the continuity of our services in spite of the current circumstances. …
9–5 is coming back!!!
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Come and work on the good side of globalization; live where and how you want. Here is one of thousand ideas.
Globalization will continue, no matter what. It’s no recent development, a fad that will vanish soon, but has shaped humanity and thus the world for millennia. We must accept and steer its relentless force to our own good, our future. Then, globalization will fight poverty, topple nasty dictators, help sick kids and might even protect the world’s rain-forests, if we want it to.
Having studied various supply-chains from source to the…
Zen & Death in Filth
Once in a while I swap my tray of gemstones for a day of dirt. Such is usually triggered by a bad gem in a new delivery, a software problem or a customer treating me like a crook. Before I loose my temper, calling the miner a cheat or the customer a psychopath, I get out my Kärcher.
For those not familiar with German engineering, a Kärcher is THE high-end pressure cleaner. Costly, but nothing beats a true Kärcher, genius machines. In German, “kärcher” is be used as a verb, meaning to Clean-Out-Hell.
Listen on: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4hx692wRDak
From the rough edges of globalization!
Much depends on how we manage globalization: Peace, ecology and economy; basically everything.
Politicians meet in Doha and Kyoto, but the difference is made, or not, on the ground; and it is never simple:
I had just finished my daily bone-crush-ride from a new mine in the uplands of Sri Lanka when the dogs alarmed at the gate. A small boy was standing there, staring at me. Watching foreigners is a common past-time in Sri Lanka but this boy was more than just curious. He had something to sell.
Global entrepreneur — compulsive writer.