It could be a perfect match!
The Truth Shall Set You Free!
I can't find the article that SpuddiePie was gonna write describing me as something worse than everyone already knows I really am. Has anyone seen it? Where can I find it? I need a good hoot today. I wonder if he used www.SeamusMuldoon,com for his source material.
Richard Solomon, FranchiseRemedies.com, has 44 years experience with franchise litigation and crisis management. He is a graduate of The Citadel and The University of Michigan Law School
I was looking forward to hearing the dirt on that low-life Solomon; it just ain't the same when Solomon himself brags about what a degenerate he is: it sounded so much more scandalous when Spuddy was telling the tale.
And how about seeing the mug shot of Mr. MauMau hauled off to the pokey for the heinous offense of being head of this BMM zoo? Would Mr. MauMau have one of those crazed Nick Nolte-style photos, or a glowering OJ Simpson-style look?
Enquiring minds want to know!
SpudsToGo's involvement, brief though it may have been, brought untold amusement to me, and to many others I am sure. I especially enjoyed the twisted irony in his repeated proclaimations that not only did he know exactly what he was doing, but that in so doing, he had the best interests of the company in mind. He probably had in mind the saying that there is no such thing as bad publicity, but he likely had not heard of the obscure, and heretofore unknown, ending to that quote:
"No publicity is bad publicity; however, sometimes you can f--- things up so badly that it turns out to be bad publicity after all."
I sure hope he gets the material from my treatise on geriatric masturbation:
Is a non-event for the most part.
But I will miss when an attorney for the other side who is not experienced in franchising asks me a question to which I am able to simply respond: "You Fock"
Solomon may even stop his due diligence program, which consists of the franchisee asking him "Should I buy the franchise" and Solomon responding "The disclosure document is called You Fock for a reason, and it is an accurate title"
Area of Interest
Managing a Franchise Network