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Why I’m a Sellout and Eat Kittens for Breakfast

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7 thoughts on “Why I’m a Sellout and Eat Kittens for Breakfast

  1. Okay… before I even let the video start playing…. you did an AWESOME thumbnail and title for this video. I about fell out of my chair laughing when I saw it. Good job! 🙂

  2. It has been my experience that orange tabbies should be marinated in Kraft Original Barbecue sauce, and after removing the paw nails, slow simmered for about 3 hours. Serve with yellow rice and cornbread. Wash it down with Jim Beam.

  3. I feel you are right on here, and same as I do to ‘endorse’ my business. Everything I guide with (trending a ton of mileage and experience personally and professionally) for my Alaska remote fly-out destinations float trips is time outdoor on-water tested. All ultimately trustworthy, well respected, well understood, practiced/proven, with high value emphasis integrity-wise at fair-minded cost. The experience behind product ie. actual use, self-reliance, interpretations/understandings, longevity, maintenance, capabilities/limitations, etc. ‘should’ pertain to the overall value and trust shopping-wise. Unfortunately today’s world is full of know-it-alls, disrespectful short-sighted folks seeking best deals with little to no clue or experience, then predetermined goals of stripping well intentioned fairness and valuable time spent sans any dignification. When I sell retail, custom design/fabricate rafting or camping gear, rent for DIY trippers, or provide repair to accessorizing services… nothing and nobody goes out my doors that I would not use faithfully myself, fully know is dependable, has a thorough attention to accountable detail, and the customer service time has been put in to determine needs and level of comprehension. These are the things in the middle of nowhere that make the difference selling, outfitting and guiding, repairs etc. It comes from the experiential perspective, and not from the sales-pitch hype of product stock that just involves moving boxes without knowing or caring what’s in ’em.

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