11148Re: [Hammock Camping] hennessy undercover/pad
- Nov 12, 2005No. The sign said "This way to the Egress." It was a
device to get people to leave the museum and pay again
to re-enter. Barnum was a showman and so is this guy
Jordan. He's still an elitist though--especially when
there are others who are willing to share their
experiences and receive in kind.
> jmgiv47 wrote:Train virtual, live Real!!!
> >Are you talking about the sucker quote? That's
> quite a change from
> >cliquish elitists. Now we're simply talking worth.
> Of course,that
> >is determined by those who willingly supply a good
> to those that
> >willingly purchase it for a mutually agreed upon
> price. P.T. may
> >have never known he was undercharging his
> customers...maybe that's
> >why he found so many...er..uh...'customers.' :)
> >My mistake...the membership is $25, not $29, and
> discounts on
> >clothing, gear, etc. can rapidly reduce that cost.
> There's a good
> >amount of solid info available making the
> subscription at least as
> >worthwhile as Backpacker, maybe more so. I think
> it's a good price
> >for the 'intellectual property.'
> >It'd be interesting to sample the opinions of those
> on this Group
> >who have seen the content.
> >--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Carl Iobst
> >>Don't forget what Phineas Thomas Barnum said.
> >>(hint: it was a sign on the inside of the rear
> door of
> >>the American Museum in New York City)
('Real' refers to the concepts postulated by Karl Pribram's Holographic Paradigmn and David Bohm's theory of Non-locality)
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