FARRIS BURROUGHS, PRESIDENT, FARRIS FASHIONSBRINKLEY, ARKANSAS: Too wise for your company, that means! 欧美av - 97人人模人人爽人人喊 No. I learned from a very early age that it was important for us kids to help provide for the home, to becontributors rather than just takers. In the process, of course, we learned how much hard work it took toget your hands on a dollar, and that when you did it was worth something. One thing my mother and dadshared completely was their approach to money: they just didn't spend it. Oh, says she, "is he like that? I am disappointed. This is the common, conventional, long-haired Methodist, that one sees in every comic print." Finally, a lot of folks ask me two related questions all the time. The first one is could a Wal-Mart-typestory still occur in this day and age My answer is of course it could happen again. Somewhere out thereright now there's someoneprobably hundreds of thousands of someoneswith good enough ideas to goall the way. It will be done again, over and over, providing that someone wants it badly enough to dowhat it takes to get there. It's all a matter of attitude and the capacity to constantly study and question themanagement of the business.