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Tuesday 23 August 2005 4.35am
How about trying import/export.

Now I know a bloke in Timbuktu who has 1000 pogo sticks he wants to offload. Anyone in
SE1 want to do a deal?
Tuesday 23 August 2005 11.01am
Yes, if you're serious Phoney - I have a customer in Spring Valley, Illinois who'll pay $5.50/stick, landed FOB Chicago. Goods must carry 6 months return to origin guarantee if found to be faulty.
Tuesday 23 August 2005 12.19pm
It was my brother in NY who rang me at 4am this morning about this. I wasn't best pleased.

I threw in the pogo sticks for fun. As for guarantees -- Caveat emptor

I am going to investigate the im/ex idea though.
Tuesday 23 August 2005 12.57pm
What is the export potential for SE1 Cider?

Should be appoint Phoney as our agent?
Tuesday 23 August 2005 2.15pm
Only if he comes to this year's pressing. Otherwise, how would he be able to rhapsodise to potential buyers about the artisanal nature of our craft product?

[apologies if you're a she, phoney. I don't think we've ever met properly]

...if you press it, they will come.
Tuesday 23 August 2005 5.24pm
6' 2", 182lbs, 44"chest, 32" waist, 33" inside leg, size 10 shoe. My first name is Anthony.
I'll leave you to work it out.
And I've never even tasted cider, probably just as well judging by the effect it has on some SE1'ers.

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