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FoxTrot Classics by Bill Amend for July 15, 2010

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    ABComic  over 10 years ago

    What about that money back in 30 days guarantee?

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    Rakkav  over 10 years ago

    It took 31 days for the product to arrive (see earlier strip).

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    Manitobaman  over 10 years ago

    I bought into Amway when I was much younger. Never did sell anything though. I’m not the right kind of person for it. But they have great stuff and if a person has the right personality and all , there is a lot of money to be made. But yeah, I think the main objective is to recruit other people. Selling the products is just gravy.

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    Ray_C  over 10 years ago

    Several years ago, when EPCOT was being constructed here in Florida, a guy named Glen Turner started a business called KOSCOT (Kosmetics for the Kommunities of Tomorrow). A friend tried to lure me into it. I pointed out that for people to make as much money as they claimed selling franchises, everyone in Florida would be a KOSKOT salesman within a year, and everyone in the USA in another year (powers of two can do that to you). He ignored me. Koscot eventually failed and my friend went back to work. http://www.inetresults.com/formor/sell12.html

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    jackmatt  over 10 years ago

    Something wrong with the math here - and of course neglected by Willy Millions - no matter how trivial the product, there’s production, publishing, marketing, distribution, insurance, legal (liability) protection… and taxes - always taxes… and what about that champagne? So methinks Roger’s going to have to sell a bit more than 5000 units to become a millionaire.

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    kittenpah  over 10 years ago

    Well, he’s not going to put in writing the scammers’ secrets, or the rule of not paying taxes. Have the production done on someone else’s stolen credit, and obviously legal protection is only for if you get caught.

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    musicnut1986  over 10 years ago

    jackmatt, you sound like an accountant, or at least someone with a business degree.

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    david5992  over 10 years ago

    That’s really all the example anyone should need.

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    BRPPTZ Premium Member over 10 years ago

    Ray, a friend tried to lure me into Koscot also. I declined. Not sure what happened to my friend. Thanks for the memories.

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    George Arnold  over 10 years ago

    Let’s start a pool to see how long it takes the light blub to turn on over his head!

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    jackmatt  over 10 years ago

    @musicnut1986 - Gadzooks, have I really descended that far into the morass?? An accountant or business geek? No - just a nerd-nik engineer,, but I did start up my own consulting business a year and a half ago… and spend very little time doing any engineering these days… (sigh… how I miss my equations!)

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    digasi  over 10 years ago

    Nabuquduriuzhur - Just ask for the website to order from next time an agent comes. That way you never have to see them again. I like the loc too.

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    thestargazer1682  over 10 years ago

    And probably $5.00 shippin.

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    musicnut1986  over 10 years ago

    jackmatt, easy there buddy, I’m a CPA, but don’t hold that against me.

    Question, I’ve been wondering how to get the @name to show in responses.

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