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12-15-2012 07:50 AM
Janire
Re: Nole Buys World's Supply of Donkey Cheese

So what? Federer has endless Moravian cow cheese for free...
12-13-2012 04:49 AM
Kolya
Re: Nole Buys World's Supply of Donkey Cheese

World supply or Serbia's supply?

Or is Serbia the only supplier of this delicacy?
12-13-2012 04:22 AM
wildemu
Re: Nole Buys World's Supply of Donkey Cheese

The villagers of Zasavica rejoice!

12-12-2012 06:11 PM
Pirata.
Re: Nole Buys World's Supply of Donkey Cheese

Donkey cheese
12-12-2012 08:39 AM
Time Violation
Re: Nole Buys World's Supply of Donkey Cheese

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Originally Posted by MaxPower View Post
But trust me it wouldn't be the worlds only donkey cheese if every producer could fetch $500/pound. Maybe Nole unintentionally made some farmers start planning donkey cheese business by putting some attention on the product.

In 20-30 years we can all eat the delicious donkey cheese thanks to Nole.
Not sure I would want to try some weird ass cheese anyway, healthy or not
12-12-2012 08:11 AM
Litotes
Re: Nole Buys World's Supply of Donkey Cheese

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Originally Posted by Yolita View Post
Novak didn't buy it...his restaurant bought it, for its clients... There's nothing wrong or odd about it... Some French restaurants buy the entire production of truffles in a certain region, to offer their costumers. Truffles are sold for up to $3500 a pound.

Why this is news, beats me...

But I'm not complaining: as Oscar Wilde once remarked: "There's only one thing worse than being talked about: not being talked about".

As long as people keep talking about Novak...
Off season...anything where you can come up with a legitimate "ass" pun is news (ass is another name for donkey, if any non-native English speaker should wonder). As for the things one buy, I've certainly seen worse than this. Not that I'm tempted to eat some myself....
12-12-2012 12:27 AM
MaxPower
Re: Nole Buys World's Supply of Donkey Cheese

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Originally Posted by Taejin View Post
It's probably just good marketing for his restaurant chain, I doubt he's buying that in order to make profit. Besides, the cheese is made on a farm in a small village in Serbia, so that's also helping the farm and the village's economy I guess, so all good
fair enough. He's a patriotic guy so maybe he didn't care if it was pricey.


But trust me it wouldn't be the worlds only donkey cheese if every producer could fetch $500/pound. Maybe Nole unintentionally made some farmers start planning donkey cheese business by putting some attention on the product.

In 20-30 years we can all eat the delicious donkey cheese thanks to Nole.
12-12-2012 12:24 AM
timafi
Re: Nole Buys World's Supply of Donkey Cheese

donkey huh?
12-12-2012 12:22 AM
Yolita
Re: Nole Buys World's Supply of Donkey Cheese

Novak didn't buy it...his restaurant bought it, for its clients... There's nothing wrong or odd about it... Some French restaurants buy the entire production of truffles in a certain region, to offer their costumers. Truffles are sold for up to $3500 a pound.

Why this is news, beats me...

But I'm not complaining: as Oscar Wilde once remarked: "There's only one thing worse than being talked about: not being talked about".

As long as people keep talking about Novak...
12-12-2012 12:18 AM
Yolita
Re: Nole Buys World's Supply of Donkey Cheese

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Originally Posted by MTwEeZi View Post
People are starving in Africa and Serbians are paying $500/lb for donkey cheese.
Yeah...

And Russians are paying more than that for caviar...

And Americans are paying thusands of dollars to go to a dinner with Romney...

And some Swiss are paying hundreds of thousands of dollars for a Rolex...

And some French are paying a thousand times more for a fine Armagnac...

And rich people all over the world are paying millions and millions of dollars in useless things to buy status...

That's the way the capitalist world works...

Not nice, but hardly Serbians' fault.
12-12-2012 12:13 AM
Mae
Re: Nole Buys World's Supply of Donkey Cheese

I have never heard of Donkey Cheese! I have a friend that makes goat cheese maybe Roger should buy that!
12-12-2012 12:01 AM
Edda
Re: Nole Buys World's Supply of Donkey Cheese

Sounds really weird!
12-11-2012 06:28 PM
asmazif
Re: Nole Buys World's Supply of Donkey Cheese

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Originally Posted by KarlyM View Post
When I first read this, I thought it was an article by The Onion.
Cipolla would never spread such vicious rumours.

and Nole needs the cheese to fuel his infamous stumbling donkey-kick slice.
12-11-2012 09:22 AM
Sri
Re: Nole Buys World's Supply of Donkey Cheese

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Originally Posted by MTwEeZi View Post
People are starving in Africa and Serbians are paying $500/lb for donkey cheese.
While Dull is playing poker.
12-11-2012 09:21 AM
Time Violation
Re: Nole Buys World's Supply of Donkey Cheese

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I'm not a serbian businessman but how is he supposed to make money with this investment when he pays $500/pound?

That's approx 8000kr/kilogram. I pay about 100kr/kg for my cheese (cow)
It's probably just good marketing for his restaurant chain, I doubt he's buying that in order to make profit. Besides, the cheese is made on a farm in a small village in Serbia, so that's also helping the farm and the village's economy I guess, so all good
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