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Bought this book today in store using the £5 off £10 book voucher from the Privilege Club vouchers. As per normal, only a week after being released and the price has gone down.

Like him or not it's a good price for a hard back book.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/vouchers/whsmith-vouchers-privilege-club-sep/759655

for those who still want the book WHSmith have released a new set of discount vouchers

http://marketing.whsmith.co.uk/images/51/Publish4thOct.pdf
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#1
a mouthpiece
#2
whitbyfish
a mouthpiece


He may be just that but got to give it to him, he's done well and helped both the business and computer world, plus he has even managed to get a government to sucker up to him.
banned#3
*yawn*
1 Like #4
How I mucked up a computer busuness, got a contract to turn out a duff sky receiver, and invent a videophone where the only example is on a desk in his reception. Has he made anything successful, please remind me if he has????
#5
Well he has made himself a successful bank account of approx £830 million.
#6
Probably a few quid more than anthony712 has amassed!
#7
Lakeside
Probably a few quid more than anthony712 has amassed!
But is he happy ;-)
#8
anthony712
Lakeside
Probably a few quid more than anthony712 has amassed!

But is he happy ;-)


He would be knowing that you would be reading his book tucked up in bed with your electric blanket on, or even taking time out to just to comment on his book.

Yet again the personal preference votes are out again in force, its HUKD ie not 'Ain't My Favourite Items'.

£830 million and you ask whether he will be happy, I take it you didn't watch the show with Piers Morgan interviewing him. The guy is chuffed to bits and probably happier than you or many others could ever be.


Edited By: simplyjimbo on Oct 07, 2010 18:39: .
#9
I admire his achievements,but hes a tw*t,in fact hes a rich arrogant tw*t.
banned#10
whitbyfish
a mouthpiece

a ringpiece more like
#11
got to give it to the guy

he started the ball rolling, bringing computers to the mass market,yes Amstrad (may be cheap and nasty but they were the most popular in their day)

and Viglen, well they were better quality

still wouldnt read a book about him, he is a **** but a very sucessful rich ****
#12
It is not until you read or become informed about a subject that you can have judgement.

I may detest the Alan Sugar after I have read the book but I guess the book will at least give an insight to more of what he is like or what could be or shouldn't be done in life. It's Sugar's philanthropy and believe it or not his commitment to his employees that really interested me in getting the book. I wouldn't have paid the full price though, hence the posting of the deal.

Green on the other hand was and always will be a shark, his autobiography told all about his stitch ups on friends, family and other businesses. Either way both 'entrepreneurs' have made it in business and we all have bought or supported something they have been involved in whether it be charities like Great Ormond Street, clubs such as Tottenham Hotspur or bought from their companies.
#13
I read his 1980s version plus my daughter invited hm to her special party via his Chigwell address with a whole years notice and he didn't even send back a response - rude (Michael Dell at least said he couldn't make it) - So I'll skip it.
#14
anthony712
Lakeside
Probably a few quid more than anthony712 has amassed!

But is he happy ;-)


cudnt help laughing at this comment lol
#15
Thanks to the OP.

Picked up a copy earlier today.
#16
HappyShopper
Thanks to the OP.

Picked up a copy earlier today.


Good to see my post benefited someone. Enjoy the book.

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