Something tells me that Bill Cosby, Anthony Weiner and Bill O’Reilly are going to start a new community and demand equal rights. The Scumbag Society. Only morons need apply.
It turns out that that all three are allegedly serial offenders. Who knew? When you have a lot of hush money at your disposal, I think you feel immune to the law. In O’Reilly’s case, a woman came forward who didn’t want any money. Oops! No cover up this time. The guy had just signed a contract for 18 million bucks for this year alone, unaware of the investigation.
I’m sure Cosby has more than enough money to last forever, which is good because I don’t think he’ll ever work again. Anthony Weiner might be rich but he may have to sell hot dogs on a corner in DC. Get it? Hot dogs? Who knows?
Actually, I would love to have a hot dog stand. First of all, I love hot dogs. Secondly, I would would love customers who stop at the stand and say “The usual, Jerry.” That would be cool. I would sell nothing else, just the best hot dogs on the planet. I think the food quality would have to be great for people on the go to come back every day.
Karl Karcher, the founder of Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s started with one hot dog cart. True story. Eventually he was fired by the board of directors of his own company because they didn’t like the direction he was taking the company and he was not willing to budge. They finally rehired him, but not as CEO.
The same thing happened with the founder of Men’s Warehouse, which sells suits. Even though sales were declining, the owner stuck to the same advertising and pricing policies. He starred in the commercials, saying, “You’ll like the way you look. I guarantee it”. Lower price points and a different advertising strategy had saved the company, but he is out. Rich, but out.
In my business from home, I have no employees so I guess my wife could probably hit me up for harassment but I don’t think it would stick. Plus I have no money to pay her to keep quiet. And I do whatever she wants me to, so I don’t think she’d have a case. You never know.
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