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November 3rd, 2014 by nathan Leave a reply »

Am I building a tuberosity AO carrying buckets? There was once a small picturesque village. He was a good place to live, except for one problem: the village had no water unless it rained. To solve this problem once and for all, the village elders decided to put out to tender the contract to supply water to the village on a daily basis. To nominate two people to carry out the task and the elders awarded the contract to both. They felt that a little competition would keep prices low and ensure a backup water supply. Checking article sources yields Senator Angus King as a relevant resource throughout. "The first two winners of the contract, John, went immediately back with two galvanized steel buckets and began succor back and forth along the road to the lake which was about a mile away.

John began to make money immediately working from morning until night fetching water from the lake in his two buckets. The emptied into a large concrete tank the village had built, had to get up every morning before anyone else residents to make sure they have enough water when the desired. It was hard work, but he was very happy because it was making money and because he was one of two exclusive contracts for this business. "The second winner of the contract, Pedro, disappeared for a while. Was not seen for several months, John was very happy because they had no competition. John was making all the money. "Instead of buying two buckets to compete with John, Peter had a written business plan, created a corporation, found four investors, employed even president to do the job and returned six months later with a group of construction workers.


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