• Owning a Pizza Shop or invest in it?

    Best answer: I will start with the pros 1 $15,000 plus equipment and recipe 2-the only food source in the mall Now will go with the cons -$500 rent could be raised with a new tenant -cost of the utilities, like electricity, gas and phone/internet, if I had to guess a minimum of $2,000 to $5,000. -cost of maintenance, since... show more
    Best answer: I will start with the pros
    1 $15,000 plus equipment and recipe
    2-the only food source in the mall

    Now will go with the cons
    -$500 rent could be raised with a new tenant

    -cost of the utilities, like electricity, gas and phone/internet, if I had to guess a minimum of $2,000 to $5,000.

    -cost of maintenance, since even though you got equipment, many times the oven/s and/or refrigeration can have problems and especially old, could be a recurring issue.

    -Insurance which includes business, and with WC and UI is based on the # of employees

    -Salaries, which is you use (minimum) wage of $7.85 per hour for 72 hours (9am to 9pm) 7 days a week = $565.20 x if I had to guess 1 each to open and close, then would need 2 each during the day, since 1 has to run register, takes orders and the other makes the pizza. So 4 x $565.20 =$2,260.08, but odds are you will need either a supervisor/manager to run it, which means a higher salary (unless) 1 of you does this. Now, I did not add on health insurance, or vacation times, since you will have so many employees, thus can get by w/out benefits. Now with any fast food or retail, there is constant turnover of employees quiting/firing them, or they fail to show up for work, thus have to find a replacement and (re-train) them.

    -Food cost or more precisely how much you lose in food each week that you have to throw away, or give away to a customer/gift card to make up mistakes a employee makes.

    -How much is gross vs net of the $12,000 to $15,000. In other words, how much does the owner make each week, since the owner can only make what is (leftover) after you subtract out the costs. My (late) husband was self employed, and there were bad weeks where he would state that his secretary made more than him, since no income coming in.

    If (neither) of you has owned a business, then the odds that the business will fail, or in many cases, a new business fails w/in the 1st 5 years, thus may have to file bankruptcy.

    Loan or co-invest ,most likely won’t make a difference, since if the business fails, then either both of you or one of you is out of the money and gone forever, especially if the business goes into bankruptcy.

    The one poster who suggested going to the shop several times a day plus on different days can see how much business they maybe getting, and my guess is that the owner is barely surviving and wants out.
    22 answers · 1 day ago
  • Does the FBI call you?

    Few days ago, I got a call from someone who claimed to be an FBI agent and claimed to have tracked CP to my IP address but believes that I didn t do it. Regardless, he asked questions such as "If I ever have visited a porn site in the past few months?" then says that he is going to check my... show more
    Few days ago, I got a call from someone who claimed to be an FBI agent and claimed to have tracked CP to my IP address but believes that I didn t do it. Regardless, he asked questions such as "If I ever have visited a porn site in the past few months?" then says that he is going to check my "profile". He then gives the phone to his partner who then asked me "If there was anyone else in my room?" and "if it was my gf?". After that, they hung up. I decided to then call the local FBI to see if the number was real but since I wasn t able to get a name or badge of the two people, there was nothing they could do to help. Out of this whole situation, my main instinct was that this whole call was a fake/scam due to the nature of the questions but the fact that neither of them demanded money, that they knew my personal info (which isn t published anywhere), and the nature of the questions before calling gave me the chills especially since I am a minor. I am just an anxious person in general so stuff like this does trip me up. But I do wonder if the FBI actually does call people for stuff like this.
    10 answers · 27 mins ago
  • Did you know that if you don’t support a satanic statue being erected than you don’t truly believe in freedom of religion?

    Best answer: Finally, a Christian who gets it. 👏😁
    Best answer: Finally, a Christian who gets it. 👏😁
    18 answers · 1 day ago
  • If someone slips because of a slippery surface prank and they die are you responsible?

    If I put butter or oil in a bathtub and then someone tries to get in to shower not knowing that s their and slips and falls and dies am I responsible for their death or does the police see it as a accident a foolish mistake or prank gone wrong
    If I put butter or oil in a bathtub and then someone tries to get in to shower not knowing that s their and slips and falls and dies am I responsible for their death or does the police see it as a accident a foolish mistake or prank gone wrong
    16 answers · 20 hours ago
  • Why did I get fired and not any other coworkers?

    My whole office makes mistakes because it is very meticulous job. I do majority of the jobs with a 5:1 ratio and I was terminated by a small mistake. Other employees make a mistake and don't get called out on it. My position has proofers to proof work so mistakes don't leave the department it is that... show more
    My whole office makes mistakes because it is very meticulous job. I do majority of the jobs with a 5:1 ratio and I was terminated by a small mistake. Other employees make a mistake and don't get called out on it. My position has proofers to proof work so mistakes don't leave the department it is that meticulous... why aren't the proofers fired? A proofer made their own mistake recently that cost a whole job to be reprinted that was tens of thousands of dollars. They terminated me on a job that the customer APPROVED that was $4,000?
    16 answers · 2 days ago
  • Do lawyers in UK help criminals to get off the hook or convict them?

    Best answer: Either. It depends on whether you work in prosecution or defence. Just look at what happens in court - there are lawyers on both sides, putting forward their arguments. Obviously you want to work in prosecution. Then you are not convicting criminals - the court does that, either the magistrates, the judge or... show more
    Best answer: Either. It depends on whether you work in prosecution or defence. Just look at what happens in court - there are lawyers on both sides, putting forward their arguments.

    Obviously you want to work in prosecution. Then you are not convicting criminals - the court does that, either the magistrates, the judge or the jury depending on which court this is in. Being a magistrate is an unpaid volunteer, juries just get picked at random so you might get to do that at some time in your life anyway, and you can only be a judge after years of experience as a barrister or solicitor. But of course if you work in prosecution, you're helping to try and convince the court to convict. Just as the defendant's barrister or solicitor will be working equally hard to try and convince the court you're wrong!

    So what you want to do is get a law degree, qualify as a solicitor or barrister, then apply for a job with the Crown Prosecution Service (or the Procurator Fiscal in Scotland, or the Public Prosecution Service in Northern Ireland). It is the CPS that looks at police evidence and decides whether to bring charges, draws up the charges if it thinks this case has a good chance of resulting in conviction (very sensibly it doesn't want to waste time and taxpayers' money on hopeless cases), and provides a barrister or solicitor to present the case. And if it goes to trial (it won't if the defendant pleads guilty), call prosecution witnesses and ask the witnesses questions. Visit a criminal court and the barrister or solicitor on the left as you face the bench will be employed by the CPS or hired by them to present the case.

    The other possibility of a job in this is in forensic science. Sometimes a defendant will want their own forensic tests done, but mostly forensic scientists will be hired by the police to get them evidence that will help to convict.
    15 answers · 1 day ago
  • Selling house before probate is over?

    Best answer: Yes, you can sell a house/ real estate still in Probate. The executor of estate must sign, and he must get all listed heirs to also sign , and file with court, for informal probate. For formal probate, the executor must do the same, and motion to the court, that everyone's signed, and it's in the interest... show more
    Best answer: Yes, you can sell a house/ real estate still in Probate. The executor of estate must sign, and he must get all listed heirs to also sign , and file with court, for informal probate. For formal probate, the executor must do the same, and motion to the court, that everyone's signed, and it's in the interest of the heirs (this is routine).
    However a notice must be sent to each heir, saying they have a right to object, if they file, a court hearing, (hearings) could be held to argue it out.
    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • If i wanted to start fighting to have a law passed to where Religion was only allowed in Churches and not outside where would I start?

    Following this satanic statue bs I feel its time for Religion to only be allowed in Churches and homes of people who believe in God everywhere else it should not be allowed
    Following this satanic statue bs I feel its time for Religion to only be allowed in Churches and homes of people who believe in God everywhere else it should not be allowed
    14 answers · 1 day ago
  • REPOST: In Minnesota, what happens if a 18 year old stops going to school?

    forgot to add details sorry and I figured it was too late at this point. What I really meant is how long would it take to be legally considered a drop out if I just stopped showing up? And if I contacted the school to get that officiated would they get police involved?
    forgot to add details sorry and I figured it was too late at this point. What I really meant is how long would it take to be legally considered a drop out if I just stopped showing up? And if I contacted the school to get that officiated would they get police involved?
    15 answers · 1 day ago
  • How to report someone online to legal authorities?

    I was told of this case, and I think it needs attention. However, I'm not sure how to report it. This is the amount of information I was told: - Case exists in the United States (specific area unknown) - Subject is abusing some sort of illegal substance (specific substance unknown) - Subject is harassing... show more
    I was told of this case, and I think it needs attention. However, I'm not sure how to report it. This is the amount of information I was told: - Case exists in the United States (specific area unknown) - Subject is abusing some sort of illegal substance (specific substance unknown) - Subject is harassing their 14- or possibly 15-year-old brother - I know subject's brother online and have seen their face, but I will keep their username and any images of them classified - Subject still lives with his mother, and his mother is not doing anything to stop subject's abuse Is this enough information to warrant legal action? If so, how can I report this?
    11 answers · 8 hours ago
  • Is property owner liable or am I for my medical bills since I was in grass and not on sidewalk when i fell?

    I fell last month walking out of a bldg. I took a shortcut thru thru grass to get to my car. There was a hole in the ground i didnt see and my foot went in it and twisted. I spent 3 hours in the er, had 2 sets of xrays, have an mri scheduled and dr wants to do surgery to repair torn tendons as a result of the fall.... show more
    I fell last month walking out of a bldg. I took a shortcut thru thru grass to get to my car. There was a hole in the ground i didnt see and my foot went in it and twisted. I spent 3 hours in the er, had 2 sets of xrays, have an mri scheduled and dr wants to do surgery to repair torn tendons as a result of the fall. Property owner says he has no liability. Is that true? I was in the grass and not on sidewalk but it was still on his property. Thanks for any insignt. This occured in Iowa.
    18 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is it illegal to eat human meat?

    Best answer: Yes, maybe, It is a Tribal issue, the "civilized modern" society frowns upon it. As in Where does the meat come from, since the suspicion is usually by murder, which is unlawful. In The movie "Solent Green" it is the punch line. In the Hawaiian Islands (formerly known as the Sandwich Islands)... show more
    Best answer: Yes, maybe, It is a Tribal issue, the "civilized modern" society frowns upon it. As in Where does the meat come from, since the suspicion is usually by murder, which is unlawful.
    In The movie "Solent Green" it is the punch line.
    In the Hawaiian Islands (formerly known as the Sandwich Islands) it was a practice.
    In the Islands of New Guinea it is being stamped out.
    In Eastern Africa it is known, during famines.
    10 answers · 13 hours ago
  • Can someone be fired while on FMLA?

    11 answers · 1 day ago
  • Is it possible to find someone in a large city without a name, just a picture?

    All I know is that this person lives (or lived) in a municipality of Mexico city, the area is about 9 square miles. My plan is to print out the picture of the person and go door to door asking if anyone knows the person. I would search for about a month. Has anyone been successful doing this? Is it a stupid idea?... show more
    All I know is that this person lives (or lived) in a municipality of Mexico city, the area is about 9 square miles. My plan is to print out the picture of the person and go door to door asking if anyone knows the person. I would search for about a month. Has anyone been successful doing this? Is it a stupid idea? Do you have better ideas?
    11 answers · 1 day ago
  • Would you punish a criminal just for the sake of punishing them, even if it wouldn't deter more crime or even contain the criminal?

    I saw someone say that if a suicide bomber was acting on the basis of signals of neurons in his brain and didn't have "free will" then he is not morally accountable for his actions. Does he mean he wouldn't punish him if the bomber somehow survived and didn't have free will? i've also read... show more
    I saw someone say that if a suicide bomber was acting on the basis of signals of neurons in his brain and didn't have "free will" then he is not morally accountable for his actions. Does he mean he wouldn't punish him if the bomber somehow survived and didn't have free will? i've also read that "If there were e nor free will, then with people like Ted Bundy, we wouldn't toss around old like 'evil', we' just lock him up to keep people safe". Is that somehow not a punishment?
    15 answers · 2 days ago