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Old 06-27-2004, 04:48 PM
DC KNIVES DC KNIVES is offline
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Licensing for the part-timer

Thought I would bring up a topic for discussion.When do you think a hobbiest or part-time should get a business license? Or should he until he makes the step to fulltime?If he attempts to get a license considering our current political state and the recent Steve Licata situation, what would you say to explain your type of business?
Many years ago I tried to start a Custom Motorcycle business and was turned down by the city coucil when applying for a license.It wasn't until I threatened a lawsuit for discrimination that I was granted a license.It was not the most fun experience but did come out good in the end.So what do you all think? Dave
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