Mar 4, 2009

i'm everything

i was doing research on this question for presentation purpose.

Question: Why does a franchisor commonly penalized master franchisees such as Jim Bryant when they do not develop sufficient franchises within a given timetable?

about how Subway expanded in China.

OMFG! i really can't find any evidences or facts for it.

common sense is, it might cost the frachisor company an amount of loss if he did not achieve that amount of franchises with a given period. but hell ya, where's all the facts?!
even the text book doesn't mention a thing about it.

i been searching for 2 hours. maybe i should go to the library tomorrow. :o

*log in OASIS.
*clicked in CIB -> my grades
OMFG! i failed the English Diagnostic Test. 4.5 out of 10! was i that bad? it was a freaking essay. i crapped whatever appeared in my mind at that critical moment.

bad thing is, i have to attend an extra class for it. for FREE!

wookay. improve my english level. ya, i know. i'm not smarter than anyone of you. please do not mention in front of me anymore. i get emo, everytime. fucking hate it, FYI.

i feel like whacking stuff, people, wall. please do not talk to me.

5 stars*:

-Littlenicky- said...

fucking hate it?

WAH...... since when use this kind of word?

-Littlenicky- said...

dun emo lah i have to attend english class also. Free wan too...

Cathy said...

dont emo la!!whoever who say that to you, just tell them this "it's none of your business whether I have Grade A or F!!!"

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_VeL_ said...


siok wah, u posted twice. and, i'm fine now. attending english class isn't bad.
thanks btw. :)

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