... so I took the crank to my 1950 John Deere B to the tractor dealer to have it sent out for machineing. The guy behind the counter took a piece of paper and drew a triangle. On the top corner he wrote...See more "quality work" - on the right corner he wrote " reasonable price" and on the left "fast service". He said, " pick two and I'll know which machine shop to send it to." He added, "Everyone wants to pick all three, but that's impossible- it doesn't work that way". I don't know if that idea came from the Wharton School of Business or if that was sage farmer experience talking, but it got me thinkin' ...
I scanned the article on 10 Home-based labs. Yikes! I hope these guys are ready for the other shoe to drop. I'm reminded of that scene from Jaws where the sea captain says- you go into the cage-the cage...See more goes into the water- the shark is in the water and then starts singing a song.— tagged Home-Based Labs
Dennis, Our neighborhood bylaws allow in home businesses if they follow certian standards, I knew of a few other businesses near by. I also checked with the county and got the ok. Believe me, I made sure it wouldnt break any laws.
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