A Conversation for IKEA
Titania (gone for lunch) Started conversation Jul 10, 2001
The name of the founder is Ingvar Kamprad - NOT Ingvar Kamrad!
Hoovooloo Posted Jul 10, 2001
also "usually you'll buys things you don't really want" - shouldn't that be "buy things"?
Titania (gone for lunch) Posted Jul 10, 2001
...and I recently overheard a British couple obviously living in Sweden, discussing the plants, and he said 'they won't survive more than a week' - but I think that depends on what kind of plants you buy - I bought two huge plants, supposed to dampen dry air in office - and after almost a year, they'r still alive...
Tom I. Posted Jul 11, 2001
...and an interesting fact about this man is his outspoken sympathy for fascism, his donations to fascist organisations are well known. But then again, that would make a great entry on its own...
reggies Posted Jul 12, 2001
Thanks for the corrections from me also. I see now that the article is approved, I don't even have to worrz about getting it up to date. I like that!
By the way, it looks like I got people going to IKEA now more than ever, or is that just a wrong impression?
reggies, the researcher
reggies Posted Jul 13, 2001
having read the article a second time I found a transcribing error: The name referred to in the middle of the article, is "Kolja", not "Kojla".
Other than that, good job.
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