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Old 28th March 2016, 08:54   #31 (permalink)
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Re: Opening a store in Turkey without work permit?

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Needless, what has that got to do with someone who last logged on here 6th May 2014?

I suppose a friend may see your post and rush round and pass the message on.



I mean, who would want anyone to miss such a golden opportunity?
I am not sure if I understood your point. My post was 100% relevant to what is being asked for by the OP. I didn't say the OP I can be her boyfriend for no reason. She clearly stated she dreams to have a business in Turkey and a Turkish boyfriend. It was my reply to her requests or dreams. Do we know if she found a Turkish boyfriend or opened his dream business in Turkey? No We don't know what she is doing. It's not clear. I thought it's better to ask to learn than to guess. I am in a very similar situation with her. We can cooperate for business even if we can't be a good match. Yes I accept I am 2 years late to reply. But it's not too late. I found a good relevant quote that explains it well:

"My father used to say that it's never too late to do anything you wanted to do. And he said, 'You never know what you can accomplish until you try.'
Micheal Jordan.
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Old 28th March 2016, 09:33   #32 (permalink)
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Re: Opening a store in Turkey without work permit?

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Your Moniker is well chosen Sir.


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Thank you. I first chose it for the meaning of "unnecessary". Because I can feel like an unnecessary Turkish person in a forum designed mainly for non-Turkish users. After a while, I realized needless has other meanings and these meanings are not very irrelevant to describe myself.

In short, I can be an unnecessary person for some users here and this is the first and main reason for me to choose this moniker, I can be a person who doesn't need anything (this is not true to describe me) I can be a person who has less needs (yes this can be partially true for me) or a person who needs less number of things (this can be partially true)

I went to Kuyucak for a few times. It's a small town located in a small hill. I think there is an ancient city there. It's a typical, lovely Aegean town. Men sit at traditional (for men only) cafes and drink at least 10 coups of tea per day. Backgammon is the most popular game in those cafes. It's not a very bad living style as it seems. People are relaxed in small towns, they don't rush to do anything. They have a small number of things to do per day. They don't have a traffic jam problem.
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Could also mean someone who does not need anything.
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Re: Opening a store in Turkey without work permit?

Is this guy for real?

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