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(Some Guy)   Israel to get their first 7-11, except for on the Sabbath when it will be known as 7-Sundown   (jns.org) divider line
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159 clicks; posted to Business » on 13 Oct 2021 at 8:35 PM (9 days ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2021-10-13 8:05:31 PM  
In the '80s I knew a cocaine dealer who wouldn't sell during Shabbat.
Other people's priorities can sometimes be baffling.
 
2021-10-13 8:23:43 PM  
It is my fervent hope for the Israelis that they learn about the magic of the quarter pound 7-11 hot dog. Maybe they can contract out with Hebrew National to make it all kosher.
 
2021-10-13 9:01:28 PM  
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2021-10-13 9:04:12 PM  
Makes sense to this guy

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2021-10-14 12:09:40 AM  
I bet they had to change the "oh thank heaven" slogan.
 
2021-10-14 2:24:03 AM  
Electra Consumer Products plans to invest NIS 60 million (about $18,500)

Please let me know where I can buy 60 million NIS for $18,500. Can even pay a nice finders' fee after the transaction.
 
2021-10-14 5:54:42 AM  
7-11 has nothing that I cannot get at other Israeli convenience stores and kiosks. I do not understand this.
 
2021-10-14 5:55:49 AM  

lindalouwho: In the '80s I knew a cocaine dealer who wouldn't sell during Shabbat.
Other people's priorities can sometimes be baffling.


I've known too many Orthodox Jews who lie and cheat in business all the time. But they do not flip a light switch on Shabbat, so they're "OK."

There's a reason I'm pretty much 99% secular now.
 
2021-10-14 6:38:42 AM  

bostonguy: 7-11 has nothing that I cannot get at other Israeli convenience stores and kiosks. I do not understand this.


This.  Let us know when they get a Wawa.
 
2021-10-14 7:34:55 AM  

proteus_b: Electra Consumer Products plans to invest NIS 60 million (about $18,500)

Please let me know where I can buy 60 million NIS for $18,500. Can even pay a nice finders' fee after the transaction.


I was going to say, when was there, it was roughly 4 ₪ to the dollar, how bad is the inflation?
 
2021-10-14 7:44:23 AM  

hoodiowithtudio: I was going to say, when was there, it was roughly 4 ₪ to the dollar, how bad is the inflation?


It's at 3.22 now. When I first moved here, it was around 5.

Sheesh. I get paid in dollars now.
 
2021-10-14 7:53:17 AM  

bostonguy: hoodiowithtudio: I was going to say, when was there, it was roughly 4 ₪ to the dollar, how bad is the inflation?

It's at 3.22 now. When I first moved here, it was around 5.

Sheesh. I get paid in dollars now.


Granted I was there over twenty years ago, but still. It's doing better than the Lebanon, though...
 
2021-10-14 3:16:35 PM  

hoodiowithtudio: proteus_b: Electra Consumer Products plans to invest NIS 60 million (about $18,500)

Please let me know where I can buy 60 million NIS for $18,500. Can even pay a nice finders' fee after the transaction.

I was going to say, when was there, it was roughly 4 ₪ to the dollar, how bad is the inflation?


The shekel has been astonishingly stable for the last decade and a half and steadily gained on the dollar. The article meant to print 18.500.000 USD, not 18.500.
 
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