Entrapment 101 sounds like a class that Chris Hansen should teach
things that are making you happy - Page 3521
As the owner of a highly successful provel manufacturing facility, I consider myself a subPrime example of the great American entrapmanure. One simply needs to take a cursory look at my buisness' balance sheet.
You will see my strict adherence to the classical Assets + Liabilities = Shareholder Equity formla that I am maximizing returns for my shareholders. One of my tricks so to speak is to take on massive loans and with interest rates higher than anyone else can get (so high that my balance increases in size much faster over the years without me having to do a thing!) due to what my creditors call subPrime rating -- ain't no one else round these parts getting rating with the word Prime in it that's for sure no two ways about it.
Anyways, if y'all interested in starting your own buisness come take my class on Entrapment 101 and I will teach you critical buisness principals.
I'll let you in on a little secret: If you want Prime rating, you're going to need a little bit of cash to "grease the wheel" so to speak.
The agency known as Amazon will immediately upgrade you if you just slip them $99 a year.
I had a customer come in the other day says "Could you prepare a chili where you put it in a hamburger bun? When I was a boy my mother always prepared a dish like that. We called it mangwich." I prepared the meal just as the customer requested and it was such a big hit that I decided to put it on the menu as a regular menu item. Since then it's been selling like hotcakes. Perhaps it's time to update the old saying: selling like mangwiches!
Well spent indeed. The GF was super surprised and excited by it. She flew out a day before me, and managed not to figure it out until she was standing in the aisle, looking back and forth between her phone boarding pass and the seat in disbelief.
Thought it was a little strange that she didn't get charged for a checked bag, and didn't quite understand what "Boarding Group: PREM" meant, but nothing actually said "First" and it was a very early flight so she had no idea.