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Baseman posted:
Dave posted:
Baseman posted:
Prashad posted:

Whoever buys Shanta's is getting some good intellectual properties. The name is worth alot of money because it could be used in other parts of the country and Caribbean and if these people are smart and they write down how they make their food and they have a way to make it fast. All of this is intellectual properties that comes with the business. If you fellas doubt me then ask Safraz. He is an intellectual property lawyer.

You think so?   I believe that’s where the opportunity was lost. It had developed into a good name a while back but never moved beyond that one location. 

While the owner was alive, They should have opened up multiple locations with specific formulas and recipes, then you have substance behind the name.  

I think it will disappear in the relics of local history!

Just buy the damn place and hire the original owner and cooks. End of story. 

Is it still a household name in Guyana?

Yes, especially for visiting overseas Guyanese. 

The court battle is not the reason of selling. Property values have spike in GT.. what the owner will get now, will take him,  maybe two generations to make selling food. 

 

Prince posted:

 

 The performance artist said she gets aroused from people eating off her body

This is my idea of a delighted business in Guyana. Instead, I will lace her body with poke, labba, and Iguana cutters. If them coole drunkards want to eat low, I hope the woman piss in them mouth.   

Well if this doesn't beat all. Who do you think you're fooling by throwing up a picture of a naked WOMAN as a smokescreen? 

Prince posted:

 

 The performance artist said she gets aroused from people eating off her body

This is my idea of a delighted business in Guyana. Instead, I will lace her body with poke, labba, and Iguana cutters. If them coole drunkards want to eat low, I hope the woman piss in them mouth.   

I will sample it off her cat

Hugh Jorgan posted:
Prince posted:

 

 The performance artist said she gets aroused from people eating off her body

This is my idea of a delighted business in Guyana. Instead, I will lace her body with poke, labba, and Iguana cutters. If them coole drunkards want to eat low, I hope the woman piss in them mouth.   

Well if this doesn't beat all. Who do you think you're fooling by throwing up a picture of a naked WOMAN as a smokescreen? 

Please identify yourself. I don't even know you. 

Prince posted:
Hugh Jorgan posted:
Prince posted:

 

 The performance artist said she gets aroused from people eating off her body

This is my idea of a delighted business in Guyana. Instead, I will lace her body with poke, labba, and Iguana cutters. If them coole drunkards want to eat low, I hope the woman piss in them mouth.   

Well if this doesn't beat all. Who do you think you're fooling by throwing up a picture of a naked WOMAN as a smokescreen? 

Please identify yourself. I don't even know you. 

Watch rass hay. My handle turning you on?

Hugh Jorgan posted:
Prince posted:
Hugh Jorgan posted:
Prince posted:

 

 The performance artist said she gets aroused from people eating off her body

This is my idea of a delighted business in Guyana. Instead, I will lace her body with poke, labba, and Iguana cutters. If them coole drunkards want to eat low, I hope the woman piss in them mouth.   

Well if this doesn't beat all. Who do you think you're fooling by throwing up a picture of a naked WOMAN as a smokescreen? 

Please identify yourself. I don't even know you. 

Watch rass hay. My handle turning you on?

wha rass is diss? dat bai princey like huge organs?

Dave posted:
Baseman posted:
Dave posted:
Baseman posted:
Prashad posted:

Whoever buys Shanta's is getting some good intellectual properties. The name is worth alot of money because it could be used in other parts of the country and Caribbean and if these people are smart and they write down how they make their food and they have a way to make it fast. All of this is intellectual properties that comes with the business. If you fellas doubt me then ask Safraz. He is an intellectual property lawyer.

You think so?   I believe that’s where the opportunity was lost. It had developed into a good name a while back but never moved beyond that one location. 

While the owner was alive, They should have opened up multiple locations with specific formulas and recipes, then you have substance behind the name.  

I think it will disappear in the relics of local history!

Just buy the damn place and hire the original owner and cooks. End of story. 

Is it still a household name in Guyana?

Yes, especially for visiting overseas Guyanese. 

The court battle is not the reason of selling. Property values have spike in GT.. what the owner will get now, will take him,  maybe two generations to make selling food. 

 

Property values have spiked throughout Guyana. Those of us who still have property there are lucky people.

Baseman posted:
Prashad posted:

It needs capital to expand. Franchise the business. 

Banna, you have to start at one location, then maybe two. When your business shows sustainability, banks and smart partnerships help fund the expansion.  

That business was around for a very long time and never moved beyond that storefront operation!

Maybe it survived much more than you may think. Getting through the '80s was like walking on a landmine. Especially for a business like Shanta's which relied so much on flour for its products.

Dave posted:
Baseman posted:
Dave posted:
Baseman posted:
Prashad posted:

Whoever buys Shanta's is getting some good intellectual properties. The name is worth alot of money because it could be used in other parts of the country and Caribbean and if these people are smart and they write down how they make their food and they have a way to make it fast. All of this is intellectual properties that comes with the business. If you fellas doubt me then ask Safraz. He is an intellectual property lawyer.

You think so?   I believe that’s where the opportunity was lost. It had developed into a good name a while back but never moved beyond that one location. 

While the owner was alive, They should have opened up multiple locations with specific formulas and recipes, then you have substance behind the name.  

I think it will disappear in the relics of local history!

Just buy the damn place and hire the original owner and cooks. End of story. 

Is it still a household name in Guyana?

Yes, especially for visiting overseas Guyanese. 

The court battle is not the reason of selling. Property values have spike in GT.. what the owner will get now, will take him,  maybe two generations to make selling food. 

 

Owing property in GT is big risk. The prices are high because of oil speculation. Consider selling and cashing out at the height of the market. When people realize that they are still poor and oil money came in then property values will drop faster than Bill Clinton can run out of a bedroom when a husband returned home early from work.

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Prashad posted:
Dave posted:
Baseman posted:
Dave posted:
Baseman posted:
Prashad posted:

Whoever buys Shanta's is getting some good intellectual properties. The name is worth alot of money because it could be used in other parts of the country and Caribbean and if these people are smart and they write down how they make their food and they have a way to make it fast. All of this is intellectual properties that comes with the business. If you fellas doubt me then ask Safraz. He is an intellectual property lawyer.

You think so?   I believe that’s where the opportunity was lost. It had developed into a good name a while back but never moved beyond that one location. 

While the owner was alive, They should have opened up multiple locations with specific formulas and recipes, then you have substance behind the name.  

I think it will disappear in the relics of local history!

Just buy the damn place and hire the original owner and cooks. End of story. 

Is it still a household name in Guyana?

Yes, especially for visiting overseas Guyanese. 

The court battle is not the reason of selling. Property values have spike in GT.. what the owner will get now, will take him,  maybe two generations to make selling food. 

 

Owing property in GT is big risk. The prices are high because of oil speculation. Consider selling and cashing out at the height of the market. When people realize that they are still poor and oil money came in then property values will drop faster than Bill Clinton can run out of a bedroom when a husband returned home early from work.

Clinty used to get his knob polished in the oval office. Didn't have to make house calls.

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