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Elliott

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"I decided to open my own business after something my last boss said."
"What did he say?"
"You're fired."

I've got this great twist on the Clearinghouse Sweepstakes. We send out a hard-sell mailer that says "You owe us a million dollars."


As Entrepreneurs we tend to want to teach our children the lessons that we have learned. Sometimes this is confusing to them. One entrepreneur sat his four year old son down and said
"It's time for your lesson." What's two plus two?
The little boy said "Two plus two is Six."
"No, son," his father said, two plus two is not six. "Two plus two is four."
"I'm sorry, father," said the little boy. "I thought we were negotiating."

A panhandler slinks up and asks "Buddy, I haven't eaten all day, can you give me $50."

The man says, "I think you would be a lot more successful if you asked for $1."

The bum answers, "Look, give me a dollar or give me $50, but don't tell me how to run my business."

If necessity is the mother of invention, why are there so many unnecessary inventions?​
 

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