2009-12-02: Suspicious Salesman (foists Faustian fraud)
So the way it works is you sell your soul to the scheme, distributing it equally amongst all previous investors. Souls being infinite, each portion retains the full value of the original whole. Everybody wins.
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Rabid: Actually, no, this ISN'T a good time; I'm about to eat dinner. Rabid: A once in a lifetime offer? Baloney. I'm not interested!! Rabid: Grow a clue, chump! I'm hanging up!! << SLAM >> << RING RING RING >> << RING RING RING RING RING >> Rabid: Okay, fine. What are you selling? Rabid: When you sign up, be sure to use my referral code! It's a completely ingenious system! We'll be rich!! Rabish: You're an IDIOT!! Rabid: No I'm not! It's not, uh, a pyramid scheme or anything! Because there's no payment. ... sort of ... I mean, you just sell your soul. Dr Quickly: He can't even do that! I have all our souls locked up in high yield savings accounts! That's what your monthly stipend comes from. Dr Quickly: I gotta call him right away. Operator: We're sorry, but the number you dialed has been disconnected or out of service since before this comic even started, thereby making this call a terrifying twist ending. Please hang up now.
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