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Release 0.01 - Make Money Fast!

Dear Valued Subscriber:

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Here's wishing you the very best in the merchandising ventures I know you're all excited about getting underway. God bless you and this great country of ours. And don't forget to keep those cards and letters coming!


Chris "Go For It!" Locke

Ring Around the Collar

Were you ever a grunt? I mean one of those people who shows up at the plant (not "the office") drinking filling-station coffee and punches a time clock as the first rays of dawn are streaking some godforsaken part of town zoned for light industrial devastation. I used to arrive at 5 am -- at the rail yard, the truck depot, the construction site.

While I have fond memories of those times -- no doubt related to the fact that I was 30 years younger then -- most people who have done this, or closely noted it being done by others, would go to great lengths to avoid this less than stellar "lifestyle option." Which is why, historically, the upper middle class was such an overnight sensation.

There were strong social incentives, too. Along with membership in this elevated stratum went the White Collar Job. (Since you're reading this on th