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Мы пошли по тому же пути [01 Apr 2011|09:38am]

Мы пошли по тому же пути, что и Вы сразу - дать как можно информации о товаре. Но скажу очевивидную вещь, да, - клиент будет ходить к Вам за информацией, но это не значит, что он будет покупать у Вас. Он, получив всю инфу, пойдет забьет в поиск нужную вещь и будет искать, где дешевле ее купить. Как и любой человек, как и мы с вами, да? Это не значит, что этого не надо делать, пусть клиент ходит и, может, он чего-нибудь да и купит когда-нибудь. Но не это дает покупателей, это только одна составляющая и не самая главная. Главная - это удобство получения товара и цена. 
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Consistancy Gone [17 Aug 2005|10:36pm]

[ mood | hungry ]

Block ScheduleCollapse )
Imagine a new alarm clock that was programmable to the block schedule? Along with your weekends. Imagine for a moment someone who has 1st period on green days and has 1st off (but does have 2nd) on red days. So if Monday was a green day then this person would wake up to get to school by 7:45. The next day they have 1st off, so they start school at about 9:27. They get to sleep in some more with this much later starting time, so they set their clock a little later so that they can sleep in. That's 2 different alarms so far. Then there's Wednesday, which is completely screwed up so that the teachers can have meetings together and share their evil rules and regulations so that the nice teachers are no longer nice. (Could you imagine Kettlehut or Spaulding giving Weissman their teaching methods and grading strategies?) First period on Wednesday starts at 8:20, which is later that this person's green day and earlier than their red day. That's 3 alarms. Then Thursday he wakes up to alarm #2 (which is for normal red days) and alarm #1 on Friday (normal green day). Next week starts on the opposite day of which the previous week started. For instance if one week starts with a red day the next week will begin with a green day. So even IF you had one of those alarm clocks that is programmable for a different time every day of the week, it wouldn't work. You'd have to have one that is programmable for a specific time every day for every TWO weeks.
Week 2. Monday is a red day this week, so this person has to wake up to alarm time #2 (norm. red) today. Tuesday they will wake up to alarm #1 (norm. green). Wednesday comes, but there's a problem. This week Wednesday is a red day, and this person doesn't have 1st period on red days. Alarm #4 is now in order, which is 9:52. Maybe they could use alarm #2 (norm. red), but they would be waking up earlier than they need to. Thursday they use alarm 1 and Friday they use alarm 2. Then the whole cycle starts over again.

Compare this to the old normal schedule. You turn on you're alarm from Monday - Friday using one time because you wake up at the same time every day every week no matter what. You turn off your alarm for weekends and back on the next week. That's it.

To add to this, I have a weekend paper delivery job on Saturdays and morning church on Sundays. That's about 7:30 - 8:00 on Saturday and Sunday each.
(Note: I have not yet sorted out my personal schedule to see if I have to deal with this horrible complex I've described, so the whole first 2 paragraphs were not personally related as far as I know)

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People [26 Feb 2005|12:21am]

[ mood | it's called life ]

I encourage you to please take care of our rather annoying school. Please pick up the trash, if I have to see ms. daly bend over backwards to pick up another piece of trash I am going to hurl something at one of those activity kids that stay in the hall for hours and don't go to class. I also encourage people to go to school activites that would be nice. I'm not talking about gay ass homecoming or any stupid shit ass dances. I'm just asking others to support as many clubs as you can, that would extremely nice. I'm out.

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I'm New ;) A junior at SHHS [08 Oct 2004|12:03am]

[ mood | annoyed ]

So, who else thinks that Brown and rest of her administration have completely forgotten that high school is just as much, if not moreso about life experience, as opposed to book learning?

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Friendship is rare [11 Sep 2004|02:03am]

Yeah, the colors up here are rather crazy. I kind of like being able to see if posts have comments in them. Right now, it's all greeeeeen.

Hello, to anyone who's out there! I used to attend the SHHS about 5 years ago, and although I hold fond memories, I haven't visited in a while. I'm leaving Colorado for California soon, so I gotta get one last visit in before I head out of here.

That's all, really! I'll keep checking in here from time to time.
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Yearbook [07 May 2004|11:50pm]

[ mood | tired ]

Yearbook absolutely sucks this year. Is anyone with me? The typos are horrendous, and the inside-knowledge chain of people that get into yearbook make me sick. I raved about it for a few pages in my last entry...
Could we get some people responding in here? What about the crazy colors that make this page so confusing?

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School Sucks [30 Apr 2004|01:15am]

[ mood | cranky ]

Uhg. I hate how every teacher thinks that their class is the only one you take, so they overload you with homework. I just finished one class of homework and it's 1:16 am and I have to wake up at 5 tomorrow. That isn't even mentioning the other 2 classes I'm failing on green days... Isn't it enough that we spend an hour and a half through class that we shouldn't have so much homework? -_-

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Heya [28 Apr 2004|10:32pm]

[ mood | gloomy ]

Hey I just joined this LiveJournal thing, I go to Smoky now as a sophomore. Meh. I personally think it's designed like a prison -- and turning into one as the days go by with the new principle. How did the ACTs go for all the juniors?

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[28 Feb 2004|05:45pm]

[ mood | tired ]

New Community. Just trying to get the colour scheme down.

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