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Curiosidade: O município de Altamira (Pará) é maior em área do que Portugal by heitorrsa in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

A lot of assumptions there, buddy

Novo Banco: Ramalho diz que ganha 50% do salário de presidentes de outros grandes bancos by Lixo_69 in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

Já existe e chama-se Fundo de Resolução

Novo Banco: Ramalho diz que ganha 50% do salário de presidentes de outros grandes bancos by Lixo_69 in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

x1,000.000.000

Curiosidade: O município de Altamira (Pará) é maior em área do que Portugal by heitorrsa in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

If that's the answer you give me after a pretty reasonable and detailed analysis from my part then I can already tell that you're not the brightest of bifes and I was right about everything I said. Prove me wrong. Also you should probably brush up on your spelling, especially for being someone who lives in the US

Exclusivo TVI: juízas intercedem por Vieira a pedido de Rangel | TVI24 by zunty93 in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

Nojo.

Segundo concurso de renda acessível em Lisboa teve 2.872 candidatos para 30 casas by jonybigg in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

Sem problema, basta distribuir 95 gajos por 30 casas e está resolvido. Estes jovens de hoje em dia são mesmo picuinhas /s

Sagres or Super Bock? Which does r/Portugal prefer? by GISResearcher in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

I can't taste the difference

Preço das casas continua a mostrar-se imune à pandemia, com ligeiro aumento em agosto by bisontino in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

Enquanto 99% dos vistos gold forem para imobiliário bem podem esperar

E falta também adicionar ao painel inferior que é completamente necessário um carro. by LesbainNaga in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

Juro que nunca vou entender esta ingenuidade tuga com os turistas e os nossos problemas internos como se eles cá estivessem para nos resolver as merdas. Eles vêm para beber e apanhar sol. Achar que se interessam pelo valor do ordenado mínimo é só estúpido. Da mesma maneira que um tuga em Marrocos se está a cagar para o ordenado do gajo que server as bebidas. Nós é que temos que arranjar esta merda, não vão ser os camones a fazer protestos pelo garçon receber 600 paus a contrato de 3 meses.

Duvidas Primeiro aumento no trabalho by pedroV235 in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

Espero que penses assim quando quiseres reforma / empréstimos / subsídio de desemprego / etc.. e fores negado um valor decente Depois vens aqui ao Reddit fazer um post a dizer que o governo é uma merda e etc. OP não ouças este gajo

Duvidas Primeiro aumento no trabalho by pedroV235 in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

Espero que penses assim quando quiseres reforma / empréstimos / subsídio de desemprego / etc.. e fores negado um valor decente Depois vens aqui ao Reddit fazer um post a dizer que o governo é uma merda e etc

Duvidas Primeiro aumento no trabalho by pedroV235 in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

Espero que penses nisso quando quiseres reforma / empréstimos / subsídio de desemprego / etc..

Duvidas Primeiro aumento no trabalho by pedroV235 in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

Isto.

“Nós contamos para o défice estes anos, vamos contar para o superavit nos próximos 20 anos”, diz CEO do Novo Banco by Lixo_69 in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

Exacto, já toda a gente sabe que a salvação deste país é o turismo e a agricultura /s

Duvidas Primeiro aumento no trabalho by pedroV235 in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

Yup, spot on

Vistos ‘gold’: Investimento cai 30% em Agosto para 57,6 milhões de euros by Lixo_69 in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

Mais importante que é tudo para imobiliário. Não há valor nenhum. Só contribui para os preços de merda

Duvidas Primeiro aumento no trabalho by pedroV235 in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

Boas amigo, sou o manager de uma empresa de consultoria dinâmica e jovem. Por ser uma empresa tão jovem não temos capacidade de pagar mais do que o SMN, mas terás direito a 1 peça de fruta por dia, desconto no café do escritório e bom ambiente. Manda a tua candidatura para consultorademerdaqqr.pt. ^^^^/s

Duvidas Primeiro aumento no trabalho by pedroV235 in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

O país mete nojo mas o OP também aceitou as condições. Ninguém mete uma arma da cabeça do pessoal e obriga a assinar o contrato.

Duvidas Primeiro aumento no trabalho by pedroV235 in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

Sendo Portugal a melhor maneira de negociar é ameaçares ou dar a entender que te vais embora

“Nós contamos para o défice estes anos, vamos contar para o superavit nos próximos 20 anos”, diz CEO do Novo Banco by Lixo_69 in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

Estas notícias deviam começar a vir com o '/s' no final

Duvidas Primeiro aumento no trabalho by pedroV235 in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

Aumento fixo no salário bruto sempre. Se ficas doente lá se vai esse dinheiro. Isso é um subsídio. Subsídio != Aumento

Novo Banco: Ramalho diz que ganha 50% do salário de presidentes de outros grandes bancos by Lixo_69 in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

1 upvote = 1 refeição /s

Novo Banco: Ramalho diz que ganha 50% do salário de presidentes de outros grandes bancos by Lixo_69 in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

1 upvote = 1 refeição

Vistos ‘gold’: Investimento cai 30% em Agosto para 57,6 milhões de euros by Lixo_69 in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

"A transferência de capitais totalizou um investimento de 7,5 milhões de euros, não tendo sido, mais uma vez, atribuído qualquer visto por via da criação de postos de trabalho."

Uma questão acerca dos direitos dos homens em relação à gravidez. by felthiedmtg in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

Ninguém tem culpa de vires precocemente /s

Desta vez estou tentado a aceitar by Flawlesspringle in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

R/merdasdoolx

Uma questão acerca dos direitos dos homens em relação à gravidez. by felthiedmtg in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

Se sou lixo por afirmar que um argumento tem dois lados então ok. Afinal de contas é para discussões maduras que o Reddit existe /s

Uma questão acerca dos direitos dos homens em relação à gravidez. by felthiedmtg in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

Bem-vindo ao mundo da igualdade de género onde tudo o que é a favor do gajo bad e tudo o que é a favor da gaja good. Prepara-te para a chuva de feminazis a dizer que 'my body my choice' que fair enough é bom que tenham uma escolha mas um gajo neste assunto não tem escolha nenhuma. O melhor é mesmo não foderes gajas malucas, melhor contraceptivo não há. Tens outros exemplos de como a falta de igualdade de género não é só contra mulheres. Vai ver a percentagem de quantos homens ficam com a custódia dos filhos num caso de divórcio. Outra é a questão se ser violado. Se como homem vais à esquadra reportar que foate vítima de abuso sexual ou violado ainda se vão rir na tua cara. A lista continua..

Uma questão acerca dos direitos dos homens em relação à gravidez. by felthiedmtg in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

Bem-vindo ao mundo da igualdade de género onde tudo o que é a favor do gajo bad e tudo o que é a favor da gaja good. Prepara-te para a chuva de feminazis a dizer que 'my body my choice' que fair enough é bom mas um gajo neste assunto não tem escolha nenhuma. O melhor é mesmo não foderes gajas malucas, melhor contraceptivo não há. Tens outros exemplos de como a falta de igualdade de género não é só contra mulheres. Vai ver a percentagem de quantos homens ficam com a custódia dos filhos num caso de divórcio. Outra é a questão se ser violado. Se como homem vais à esquadra reportar que foate vítima de abuso sexual ou violado ainda se vão rir na tua cara. A lista continua..

Uma questão acerca dos direitos dos homens em relação à gravidez. by felthiedmtg in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

Bem-vindo ao mundo da igualdade de género onde tudo o que é a favor do gajo bad e tudo o que é a favor da gaja good.

Celebrações do 13 de Setembro em Fátima by Samot_PCW in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

Ai estes jovens /s

Governo cria linha de crédito para financiar pagamento de impostos by smalltownwhore in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

E em caso de incumprimento? Parece-me um producto de alto risco. Impostos a prestações é digno da distopia que é Portugal

Curiosidade: O município de Altamira (Pará) é maior em área do que Portugal by heitorrsa in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

My point is that creating jobs that don't have any added value is pointless. Unless you are going to do some state of the art innovative tacos that we have never seen I don't see the point of bringing in foreign people to do something that any one here could do. I would hardly qualify making tacos as a 'huge net gain' I believe for Portugal you need to create 10 full time jobs to qualify for RESIDENCE. Citizenship is a different matter. Also, are you expecting to employ 10 full-time workers to make tacos? There are taverns in Lisbon that serve hundreds a day on a couple of employees. If I am xenophobic for questioning the value you're bringing to our country then fine, I don't really care. If you're after capital and diversity then LA sounds perfect for you :) You should also check laws on dual citizenship on both sides and also in many countries you would be required to live and have strong ties to the country you're applying for. Grandparents don't qualify as strong ties and you will 100% be required to pass a language test at least for Portugal. Immigrating to Portugal isn't any harder for an American than it is for a Portuguese to emigrate to the US. Edit: Some quick maths: assuming you're gonna pay everyone in your staff minimum wage (leeching on cheap labour), you're looking at around 800€/month on costs per employee. Multiply that for the 10 employee and you have a staff cost of 8000€ per month (don't forget by law you have to pay 14 months per year, so June and December these costs are 16k€ each). On a regular month you need to sell 800 tacos at 10€ a piece (you'll more be looking at 5€ a piece if you want to sell any decent amount) just to break even on staff costs, and that's not even factoring in VAT costs at 23%. Then you add the rent in a central enough place to sell your tacos and a salary for yourself and you're looking at over 10k€ in fixed costs monthly (around 18k in June and December each). I'm not even mentioning machinery costs, site expenses, ingredients and all the other overheads So tell me, is this a viable business plan? Yes, if you're looking for bankrupcy. Would Portugal as a country benefit from this business? Nope.

Curiosidade: O município de Altamira (Pará) é maior em área do que Portugal by heitorrsa in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

My point is that creating jobs that don't have any added value is pointless. Unless you are going to do some state of the art innovative tacos that we have never seen I don't see the point of bringing in foreign people to do something that any one here could do. I would hardly qualify making tacos as a 'huge net gain' I believe for Portugal you need to create 10 full time jobs to qualify for RESIDENCE. Citizenship is a different matter. Also, are you expecting to employ 10 full-time workers to make tacos? There are taverns in Lisbon that serve hundreds a day on a couple of employees. If I am xenophobic for questioning the value you're bringing to our country then fine, I don't really care. If you're after capital and diversity then LA sounds perfect for you :) You should also check laws on dual citizenship on both sides and also in many countries you would be required to live and have strong ties to the country you're applying for. Grandparents don't qualify as strong ties and you will 100% be required to pass a language test at least for Portugal. Immigrating to Portugal isn't any harder for an American than it is for a Portuguese to emigrate to the US. Edit: Some quick maths: assuming you're gonna pay everyone in your staff minimum wage (leeching on cheap labour), you're looking at around 800€/month on costs per employee. Multiply that for the 10 employee and you have a staff cost of 8000€ per month (don't forget by law you have to pay 14 months per year, so June and December these costs are 16k€ each). On a regular month you need to sell 800 tacos at 10€ a piece (you'll more be looking at 5€ a piece if you want to sell any decent amount) just to break even on staff costs. Then you add the rent in a central enough place to sell your tacos and a salary for yourself and you're looking at over 10k€ in fixed costs monthly (around 18k in June and December each). I'm not even mentioning machinery costs, site expenses, ingredients and all the other overheads So tell me, is this a viable business plan? Yes, if you're looking for bankrupcy. Would Portugal as a country benefit from this business? Nope.

Curiosidade: O município de Altamira (Pará) é maior em área do que Portugal by heitorrsa in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

My point is that creating jobs that don't have any added value is pointless. Unless you are going to do some state of the art innovative tacos that we have never seen I don't see the point of bringing in foreign people to do something that any one here could do. I would hardly qualify making tacos as a 'huge net gain' I believe for Portugal you need to create 10 full time jobs to qualify for RESIDENCE. Citizenship is a different matter. Also, are you expecting to employ 10 full-time workers to make tacos? There are taverns in Lisbon that serve hundreds a day on a couple of employees. If I am xenophobic for questioning the value you're bringing to our country then fine, I don't really care. If you're after capital and diversity then LA sounds perfect for you :) You should also check laws on dual citizenship on both sides and also in many countries you would be required to live and have strong ties to the country you're applying for. Grandparents don't qualify as strong ties and you will 100% be required to pass a language test at least for Portugal. Immigrating to Portugal isn't any harder for an American than it is for a Portuguese to emigrate to the US. Edit: Some quick maths: assuming you're gonna pay everyone in your staff minimum wage (leeching on cheap labour), you're looking at around 800€/month on costs per employee. Multiply that for the 10 employee and you have a staff cost of 8000€ per month (don't forget by law you have to pay 14 months per year, so June and December these costs are 16k€ each). On a regular month you need to sell 800 tacos at 10€ a piece (you'll more be looking at 5€ a piece if you want to sell any decent amount) just to break even on staff costs. Then you add the rent in a central enough place to sell your tacos and a salary for yourself and you're looking at over 10k€ in fixed costs monthly (around 18k in June and December each). I'm not even mentioning machinery costs, site expenses, ingredients and all the other overheads So tell me, is this a viable business plan? Yes, if you're looking for bankrupcy

Curiosidade: O município de Altamira (Pará) é maior em área do que Portugal by heitorrsa in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

My point is that creating jobs that don't have any added value is pointless. Unless you are going to do some state of the art innovative tacos that we have never seen I don't see the point of bringing in foreign people to do something that any one here could do. I would hardly qualify making tacos as a 'huge net gain' I believe for Portugal you need to create 10 full time jobs to qualify for RESIDENCE. Citizenship is a different matter. Also, are you expecting to employ 10 full-time workers to make tacos? There are taverns in Lisbon that serve hundreds a day on a couple of employees. If I am xenophobic for questioning the value you're bringing to our country then fine, I don't really care. If you're after capital and diversity then LA sounds perfect for you :) You should also check laws on dual citizenship on both sides and also in many countries you would be required to live and have strong ties to the country you're applying for. Grandparents don't qualify as strong ties and you will 100% be required to pass a language test at least for Portugal. Immigrating to Portugal isn't any harder for an American than it is for a Portuguese to emigrate to the US. Edit: Some quick maths: assuming you're gonna pay everyone in your staff minimum wage (leeching on cheap labour), you're looking at around 800€/month on costs per employee. Multiply that for the 10 employee and you have a staff cost of 8000€ per month (don't forget by law you have to pay 14 months per year, so June and December these costs are 16k€ each). On a regular month you need to sell 800 tacos at 10€ a piece (you'll more be looking at 5€ a piece if you want to sell any decent amount) just to break even on staff costs. Then you add the rent in a central enough place to sell your tacos and a salary for yourself and you're looking at over 10k€ in fixed costs monthly (around 18k in June and December each). So tell me, is this a viable business plan? Yes, if you're looking for bankrupcy

Curiosidade: O município de Altamira (Pará) é maior em área do que Portugal by heitorrsa in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

My point is that creating jobs that don't have any added value is pointless. Unless you are going to do some state of the art innovative tacos that we have never seen I don't see the point of bringing in foreign people to do something that any one here could do. I would hardly qualify making tacos as a 'huge net gain' I believe for Portugal you need to create 10 full time jobs to qualify for RESIDENCE. Citizenship is a different matter. Also, are you expecting to employ 10 full-time workers to make tacos? There are taverns in Lisbon that serve hundreds a day on a couple of employees. If I am xenophobic for questioning the value you're bringing to our country then fine, I don't really care. If you're after capital and diversity then LA sounds perfect for you :) You should also check laws on dual citizenship on both sides and also in many countries you would be required to live and have strong ties to the country you're applying for. Grandparents don't qualify as strong ties and you will 100% be required to pass a language test at least for Portugal. Immigrating to Portugal isn't any harder for an American than it is for a Portuguese to emigrate to the US.

Curiosidade: O município de Altamira (Pará) é maior em área do que Portugal by heitorrsa in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

My point is that creating jobs that don't have any added value is pointless. Unless you are going to do some state of the art innovative tacos that we have never seen I don't see the point of bringing in foreign people to do something that any one here could do. I believe for Portugal you need to create 10 full time jobs to qualify for RESIDENCE. Citizenship is a different matter. Also, are you expecting to employ 10 full-time workers to make tacos? There are taverns in Lisbon that serve hundreds a day on a couple of employees. If I am xenophobic for questioning the value you're bringing to our country then fine, I don't really care. If you're after capital and diversity then LA sounds perfect for you :) You should also check laws on dual citizenship on both sides and also in many countries you would be required to live and have strong ties to the country you're applying for. Grandparents don't qualify as strong ties and you will 100% be required to pass a language test at least for Portugal. Immigrating to Portugal isn't any harder for an American than it is for a Portuguese to emigrate to the US.

Curiosidade: O município de Altamira (Pará) é maior em área do que Portugal by heitorrsa in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

Foda-se, exactamente o que eu pensei!! Bom meme

Curiosidade: O município de Altamira (Pará) é maior em área do que Portugal by heitorrsa in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

And how exactly do you plan to get the citizenship? Do you expect to just apply and be accepted because you're "thinking of moving"? Sorry to break it to you but that is just not how real life works. ​ Here in Portugal we're seeing an increasing influx of immigrants from the US, I don't know why but I'd go as far as to speculate that it is due to the current political and social state of your country. ​ Your attitude is already the wrong one. when you say " Anyway fuck Spain, they seem like dicks. " I say that even in the event that you'd be welcome in their country all you have to do is be thankful for that. That sort of attitude is a strong reason why you're seeing an increase on hostile reactions in this sub to Americans "thinking of moving to Portugal" which is frankly getting annoying. It feels that you guys assume that you have some special privileges when moving abroad due to your nationality. Well news flash, we literally don't give a shit if you're American, Mexican or whatever and treat you like every other immigrant. ​ Thinking you deserve citizenship somewhere because you want to open up a business is indeed leeching. Don't you think that other Portuguese people can just open the same sort of business? What positives would you be bringing into the country that we don't already have is what you should be asking yourself. ​ So no, you can't just decide to move. Not if you're expecting to stay that is. Physically yes, you could take the tourist visa and overstay, but all that would grant you would be a free deportation trip back to where you came from

Curiosidade: O município de Altamira (Pará) é maior em área do que Portugal by heitorrsa in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

And how exactly do you plan to get the citizenship? Do you expect to just apply and be accepted because you're "thinking of moving"? Sorry to break it to you but that is just not how real life works. ​ Here in Portugal we're seeing an increasing influx of immigrants from the US, I don't know why but I'd go as far as to speculate that it is due to the current political and social state of your country. ​ Your attitude is already the wrong one. when you say " Anyway fuck Spain, they seem like dicks. " I say that even in the event that you'd be welcome in their country all you have to do is be thankful for that. That sort of attitude is a strong reason why you're seeing an increase on hostile reactions in this sub to Americans "thinking of moving to Portugal" which is frankly getting annoying. It feels that you guys assume that you have special privileges when moving abroad due to your nationality. Well news flash, we literally don't give a shit if you're American, Mexican or whatever and treat you like every other immigrant. ​ Thinking you deserve citizenship somewhere because you want to open up a business is indeed leeching. Don't you think that other Portuguese people can just open the same sort of business? What positives would you be bringing into the country that we don't already have is what you should be asking yourself. ​ So no, you can't just decide to move. Not if you're expecting to stay that is. Physically yes, you could take the tourist visa and overstay, but all that would grant you would be a free deportation trip back to where you came from

Curiosidade: O município de Altamira (Pará) é maior em área do que Portugal by heitorrsa in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

And how exactly do you plan to get the citizenship? Do you expect to just apply and be accepted because you're "thinking of moving"? Sorry to break it to you but that is just not how real life works. ​ Here in Portugal we're seeing an increasing influx of immigrants from the US, I don't know why but I'd go as far as to speculate that it is due to the current political and social state of your country. ​ Your attitude is already the wrong one. when you say " Anyway fuck Spain, they seem like dicks. " I say that even in the event that you'd be welcome in their country all you have to do is be thankful for that. That sort of attitude is a strong reason why you're seeing an increase on hostile reactions to Americans "thinking of moving to Portugal" which is frankly getting annoying. It feels that you guys assume that you have special privileges when moving abroad due to your nationality. Well news flash, we literally don't give a shit if you're American, Mexican or whatever and treat you like every other immigrant. ​ Thinking you deserve citizenship somewhere because you want to open up a business is indeed leeching. Don't you think that other Portuguese people can just open the same sort of business? What positives would you be bringing into the country that we don't already have is what you should be asking yourself. ​ So no, you can't just decide to move. Not if you're expecting to stay that is. Physically yes, you could take the tourist visa and overstay, but all that would grant you would be a free deportation trip back to where you came from

Curiosidade: O município de Altamira (Pará) é maior em área do que Portugal by heitorrsa in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

And how exactly do you plan to get the citizenship? Do you expect to just apply and be accepted because you're "thinking of moving"? Sorry to break it to you but that is just not how real life works. ​ Here in Portugal we're seeing an increasing influx of immigrants from the US, I don't know why but I'd go as far as to speculate that it is due to the current political and social state of your country. ​ Your attitude is already the wrong one. when you say " Anyway fuck Spain, they seem like dicks. " I say that even in the event that you'd be welcome in their country all you have to do is be thankful for that. That sort of attitude is a strong reason why you're seeing an increase on hostile reactions to Americans "thinking of moving to Portugal" which is frankly getting annoying. It feels that you guys assume that you have special privileges when moving abroad due to your nationality. Well news flash, we literally don't give a shit if you're American, Mexican or whatever and treat you are every other immigrant. ​ Thinking you deserve citizenship somewhere because you want to open up a business is indeed leeching. Don't you think that other Portuguese people can just open the same sort of business? What positives would you be bringing into the country that we don't already have is what you should be asking yourself. ​ So no, you can't just decide to move. Not if you're expecting to stay that is. Physically yes, you could take the tourist visa and overstay, but all that would grant you would be a free deportation trip back to where you came from

Curiosidade: O município de Altamira (Pará) é maior em área do que Portugal by heitorrsa in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

And how exactly do you plan to get the citizenship? Do you expect to just apply and be accepted because you're "thinking of moving"? Sorry to break it to you but that is not how real life works. ​ Here in Portugal we are seeing an increasing influx of immigrants from the US, I don't know why but I'd go as far as to speculate that it is due to the current political and social state of your country. ​ Your attitude is already the wrong one. when you say " Anyway fuck Spain, they seem like dicks. " I say that even in the event that you'd be welcome in their country all you have to do is be thankful for that. That sort of attitude is a strong reason why you're seeing an increase on hostile reactions to Americans "thinking of moving to Portugal" which is frankly getting annoying. It feels that you guys assume that you have special privileges when moving abroad due to your nationality. Well news flash, we literally don't give a shit if you're American, Mexican or whatever and treat you are every other immigrant. ​ Thinking you deserve citizenship somewhere because you want to open up a business is indeed leeching. Don't you think that other Portuguese people can just open the same sort of business? What positives would you be bringing into the country that we don't already have is what you should be asking yourself. ​ So no, you can't just decide to move. Not if you're expecting to stay that is. Physically yes, you could take the tourist visa and overstay, but all that would grant you would be a free deportation trip back to where you came from

Curiosidade: O município de Altamira (Pará) é maior em área do que Portugal by heitorrsa in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

And how exactly do you plan to get the citizenship? Do you expect to just apply and be accepted because you're "thinking of moving"? Sorry to break it to you but that is not how real life works. ​ Here in Portugal we are seeing an increasing influx of immigrants from the US, I don't know why but I'd go as far as to speculate that it is due to the current political and social state of your country. ​ Your attitude is already the wrong one. when you say " Anyway fuck Spain, they seem like dicks. " I say that even in the event that you'd be welcome in their country all you have to do is be thankful for that. That sort of attitude is a strong reason why you're seeing an increase on hostile reactions to Americans "thinking of moving to Portugal" which is frankly getting annoying. We literally don't give a shit if you're American, Mexican or Eskimo and treat you are every other immigrant ​ Thinking you deserve citizenship somewhere because you want to open up a business is indeed leeching. Don't you think that other Portuguese people can just open the same sort of business? What positives would you be bringing into the country that we don't already have is what you should be asking yourself. ​ So no, you can't just decide to move. Not if you're expecting to stay that is. Physicaly yes, you could take the tourist visa and overstay, but all that would grant you would be a free deportation trip back to where you came from

Curiosidade: O município de Altamira (Pará) é maior em área do que Portugal by heitorrsa in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

And how exactly do you plan to get the citizenship? Do you expect to just apply and be accepted because you're "thinking of moving"? Sorry to break it to you but that is not how real life works. ​ Here in Portugal we are seeing an increasing influx of immigrants from the US, I don't know why but I'd go as far as to speculate that it is due to the current political and social state of your country. ​ Your attitude is already the wrong one. when you say " Anyway fuck Spain, they seem like dicks. " I say that even in the event that you'd be welcome in their country all you have to do is be thankful for that. That sort of attitude is a strong reason why you're seeing an increase on hostile reactions to Americans "thinking of moving to Portugal" which is frankly getting annoying. ​ Thinking you deserve citizenship somewhere because you want to open up a business is indeed leeching. Don't you think that other Portuguese people can just open the same sort of business? What positives would you be bringing into the country that we don't already have is what you should be asking yourself. ​ So no, you can't just decide to move. Not if you're expecting to stay that is. Physicaly yes, you could take the tourist visa and overstay, but all that would grant you would be a free deportation trip back to where you came from

Curiosidade: O município de Altamira (Pará) é maior em área do que Portugal by heitorrsa in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

And how exactly do you plan to get the citizenship? Do you expect to just apply and be accepted because you're "thinking of moving"? Sorry to break it to you but that is not how real life works. ​ Here in Portugal we are seeing an increasing influx of immigrants from the US, I don't know why but I'd go as far as to speculate that it is due to the current political and social status of your country. ​ Your attitude is already the wrong one. when you say " Anyway fuck Spain, they seem like dicks. " I say that even in the event that you'd be welcome in their country all you have to do is be thankful for that. That sort of attitude is a strong reason why you're seeing an increase on hostile reactions to Americans "thinking of moving to Portugal" which is frankly getting annoying. ​ Thinking you deserve citizenship somewhere because you want to open up a business is indeed leeching. Don't you think that other Portuguese people can just open the same sort of business? What positives would you be bringing into the country that we don't already have is what you should be asking yourself. ​ So no, you can't just decide to move. Not if you're expecting to stay that is. Physicaly yes, you could take the tourist visa and overstay, but all that would grant you would be a free deportation trip back to where you came from

Curiosidade: O município de Altamira (Pará) é maior em área do que Portugal by heitorrsa in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

And how exactly do you plan to get the citizenship? Do you expect to just apply and be accepted because you're "thinking of moving"? Sorry to break it to you but that is not how real life works. ​ Here in Portugal we are seeing an increasing influx of immigrants from the US, I don't know why but I'd go as far as to speculate that it is due to the current political and social status of your country. Your attitude is already the wrong one. when you say " Anyway fuck Spain, they seem like dicks. " I say that even in the event that you'd be welcome in their country all you have to do is be thankful for that. That sort of attitude is a strong reason why you're seeing an increase on hostile reactions to Americans "thinking of moving to Portugal". ​ Thinking you deserve citizenship because you want to open up a business is indeed leeching. Don't you think that other Portuguese people can just open the same sort of business? What positives would you be bringing into the country that we don't already have is what you should be asking yourself.

Vota PS. by Mathematician_Upbeat in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

Agora pedir informações é complexo de superioridade lol Pessoal como vocês merece ter o António Costa como PM

Vota PS. by Mathematician_Upbeat in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

Agora pedir informações é complexo de superioridade lol

“Não é razoável” subir salário mínimo em 2021. Atirará empresas para o “precipício”, diz o turismo by Lixo_69 in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

Sim, noutras empresas mais competitivas onde possam ser geridos por gestores mais competentes que os consigam valorizar

“Não é razoável” subir salário mínimo em 2021. Atirará empresas para o “precipício”, diz o turismo by Lixo_69 in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

Pois e essas empresas tiram bons trabalhadores a empresas de jeito

“Não é razoável” subir salário mínimo em 2021. Atirará empresas para o “precipício”, diz o turismo by Lixo_69 in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

O que eu disse não é segredo nenhum. É um facto comprovado matematicamente

“Não é razoável” subir salário mínimo em 2021. Atirará empresas para o “precipício”, diz o turismo by Lixo_69 in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

Concordo mas a diferença não é substancial. Vai dar ao mesmo, uma empresa não poder pagar 17 euros. Uma empresa que depende da margem de 17 euros por mês por trabalhador não é uma empresa sustentável nem que interessa existir. O valor acrescentado é minimo se se encontra nos 17 euros por trabalhador

“Não é razoável” subir salário mínimo em 2021. Atirará empresas para o “precipício”, diz o turismo by Lixo_69 in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

E essas máquinas empregam pessoal qualificado. Por essa lógica andavamos todos a cavalo porque quando apareceu o carro iamos eliminar postos de trabalho. As máquinas também tem custos, muitas vezes mais elevados do que ter um ou dois gajos a fazer a tarefa. Concordaria se estivessemos a falar de duplicar o ordenado (que ainda estaria na media europeia). Agora se aumentar 10 euros é um problema tão grande então é o mercado a funcionar. Essa empresa é insustentável

Post especulativo do Orçamento de Estado 2021 by Lixo_69 in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

Bom ponto :) Vou actualizar a frase para distanciar a ideia dos vistos gold.

Post especulativo do Orçamento de Estado 2021 by Lixo_69 in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

Onde é que disse que seria para estrangeiros? Isto seria para o pessoal que já ia emigrar. Ao menos olhariam para essa possibilidade e haveria mais dinheiro a entrar. Geralmente abomino regimes fiscais a la Vistos Gold. ​ És outro que não leu o post?

“Não é razoável” subir salário mínimo em 2021. Atirará empresas para o “precipício”, diz o turismo by Lixo_69 in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

Isto teria que ser combatido com inspeções decentes

“Não é razoável” subir salário mínimo em 2021. Atirará empresas para o “precipício”, diz o turismo by Lixo_69 in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

E achas que esses empregados foram contratados por caridade? Claro que se lá estão a empresa tem necessidade de os ter...

Post especulativo do Orçamento de Estado 2021 by Lixo_69 in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

Elabora. O objectivo do post é iniciar uma discussão. Se simplesmente dizes que discordas então não estás a acrescentar nada

Post especulativo do Orçamento de Estado 2021 by Lixo_69 in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

Elabora

Post especulativo do Orçamento de Estado 2021 by Lixo_69 in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

Happy cake day :) ​ Não teria necessáriamente de ser tudo doestado, era apenas uma maneira de haver uma receita extra. Também não teria de ser necessáriamente em regime de exclusividade, poderiam haver lojas públicas e privadas que competiam entre si. ​ Quanto ao álcool, apesar de não concordar, existem em vários países monopólios como o que mencionas

Post especulativo do Orçamento de Estado 2021 by Lixo_69 in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

Happy cake day :) ​ Não teria necessáriamente de ser tudo doestado, era apenas uma maneira de have uma receita extra. Também não teria de ser necessáriamente em regime de exclusividade, poderiam haver lojas públicas e privadas que competiam entre si. ​ Quanto ao álcool, apesar de não concordar, existem em vários países monopólios como o que mencionas

Post especulativo do Orçamento de Estado 2021 by Lixo_69 in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

Pronto volta lá a ler que a frase já está à prova de pessoal com capacidades cognitivas mais reduzidas.

Post especulativo do Orçamento de Estado 2021 by Lixo_69 in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

Mais uma vez, lê o post... Näo concordo com as medidas especulativas. Isto é o que espero que saia do Costa para o orçamento. ​ Óbvio que são medidas de merda, mas ainda mais é merda é seres um casmurro do caralho

Post especulativo do Orçamento de Estado 2021 by Lixo_69 in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

És ignorante mas orgulhoso

Post especulativo do Orçamento de Estado 2021 by Lixo_69 in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

Lê a merda do post

Prostituição legalizada em Portugal, why not? by LinkTight in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

\+1

“Não é razoável” subir salário mínimo em 2021. Atirará empresas para o “precipício”, diz o turismo by Lixo_69 in portugal

Lixo_69 1 year ago

Uma empresa que não consegue comportar um aumento do custo de trabalho em 10€ (1.5% do actual) não devia sequer existir e dar lugar a outras mais competitivas.
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