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#147 - sleenasty
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(05/14/2013) [-]
isn't it possible that he overestimated how many bricks he needed and there were plenty of bricks left unused?
#146 - captnnorway
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(05/14/2013) [-]
Guy's you're my last hope. I know this is completely of topic but my lack of offerings to google has turned him against me. Whatever I try, in every language I know, I can't find anything on when factories started to move away from USA/Brittan/Germany/Scandinavia or any other country (inb4 Brittan and Scandinavia isn't countries) So ... Uhm, do anyone know anything on this? It's for my final geography paper that should be handed in by tomorrow.
#160 to #146 - nsfwanon ONLINE
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(05/14/2013) [-]
Factories move away because

A) Places like China, etc, offer cheaper labour/cheaper land.
B) They pay less tax overseas and still profit even if they have to pay shipping costs.

As to when, it depends. Business moved to China when they entered the World Trade Organisation in the 80's (meaning that outside business could build and hire there). That's the only date-relevant thing I can think of.

One thing I will say is this; if you left it until this late and are relying on Funnyjunk for help, then if you fail you've got no one to blame but yourself. I wish you the best of luck, but seriously..
#163 to #160 - captnnorway
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(05/15/2013) [-]
Ye ye ... Nothing mayor anyway, I got my grade locked down allready anyway, it was just a thing for those who were between grades. Also, I did do my reaseach even after I posted that, and I googled a river in Norway which used to have a lot of factories and found out they started moveing in the 70s ...
#124 - anon
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(05/14/2013) [-]
ctenop
#90 - anon
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(05/14/2013) [-]
In this post OP doesn't realize stories can be made up.............
#66 - anon
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(05/14/2013) [-]
That chinese ***** probably ordered more bricks than he needed and then disposed of all but one. Just so he could say 'hey generars, suck it!'.
#49 - anon
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(05/14/2013) [-]
Maybe the fort was made from wood...
#23 - DoktorHax
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(05/14/2013) [-]
pretty sure its mounted on a plinth in the courtyard.
#3 - anon
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(05/13/2013) [-]
he plaved the brick above a door, and told th generals that if it was removed the fort would fall to enemy hands. thus the brick was never removed
#151 - tombreaper
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(05/14/2013) [-]
**tombreaper rolls 6,964** The extra hoick was never used.
#22 - anonemous
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#26 - werefinding
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(05/14/2013) [-]
**werefinding rolled a random image posted in comment #436061 at Video Games Board - console gaming, pc vs console gaming, video console and games ** Pretty accurate
#10 - reinmar
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(05/14/2013) [-]
I heard the story differently, he miscalculated by a brick and said it was under a divine protection and keeping the pass standing.
#9 - falconxmard
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(05/14/2013) [-]
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