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Tuesday, August 16, 2011 16:22 | Deleted user

it may seem like I dropped off the face of the planet,  but I set a plan in motion last January to:

1) sell my house in Oceanside.  Done!

2) Buy a house in Temecula area.  Done!  (Winchester).  It was a fixer so spent several months getting it liveable.

3) open a firearms retail business - in progress!  I have identified a location and working on the permits. PLan to be open in October.

I'm going to need:

  • accountant
  • business lawyer
  • employees

any vets interested?



  • Tuesday, August 16, 2011 21:13 | Deleted user
    So when were you on this planet? If my computer is serving me well, this is the first blog I've seen from you as a new learner.Seems you have been absent from the scene for at least 7 months.
    However I do comment you for your endeavors to get things in motion. Set sail and keep the ship afloat regardless of the weather. In your spare time, I recommend you read the book "Halsey's Typhoon". Men like him is what those of us in the Navy are hopefully made of during trying times.
    Keep up the good work. Can't help you with your needs. I am only skilled in life saving situations.
    Tons of luck with your business - in progress.
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  • Monday, August 22, 2011 21:18 | Gail Martin
    Welcome back. Congratulations on your successes! I'm sure we can help with the accountant, business lawyer and employees! It's been a week since you made your post - please let me know what or whom you're still needing. If you need printers or multifunction equipment or supplies I can help you. Look forward to hearing from you. Again, congratulations and welcome back!
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  • Tuesday, November 15, 2011 20:46 | Jeffrey Backus
    Mr Fogassy, a belated "Welcome" and Thank You for your service. I hope that your business plan is working, as I am a huge fan of our 2nd Amendment right to bear arms!

    Please post a link so we know where to find you!
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  • Friday, November 18, 2011 19:06 | Laurel Ho
    Hello, have been away from the blog for a while. I read your post and thought it was very Inspiring! How is the business going? Were u able to hire any great employees by posting here?best of luck, but it doesn't seem like u need it, sounds like you handle business!

    Regards, Laurel

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  • Sunday, February 12, 2012 21:02 | Charles Bocage
    Aloha Zoltan, congratulations for taking the first step and becoming a learner. What type of employees are you looking for and what is the pay? I am a veteran looking for work. My email is, send me an email so we can talk,
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  • Sunday, August 12, 2012 12:31 | Jeffrey Backus
    It was nice to speak to you this morning and thanks for giving me the time, knowing how busy it can be getting a store ready to open for the day. Please let us know how the processes you had to go through to get your store open.
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