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Shit, Sorry, and Yeah: Nobody: Jotaro: Oh shit, a RAT Yeah because the vampire figured out his ability slower than a rat (Sorry if this has been made before)
Shit, Sorry, and Yeah: Nobody:
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 Oh shit, a RAT
Yeah because the vampire figured out his ability slower than a rat (Sorry if this has been made before)

Yeah because the vampire figured out his ability slower than a rat (Sorry if this has been made before)

Batman, Cat, and Out: I’ve figured out my cat is Batman.
Batman, Cat, and Out: I’ve figured out my cat is Batman.

I’ve figured out my cat is Batman.

How To, How, and Own: Figured out how to splitscreen between tv and monitor but each having their own screen
How To, How, and Own: Figured out how to splitscreen between tv and monitor but each having their own screen

Figured out how to splitscreen between tv and monitor but each having their own screen

Being Alone, Amazon, and Ass: 12:16 PM Mon Jul 8 Tranont is a Scam?! My TRUE story! What They Dont Tell You About Tranont! Part One 8,540 views E+ Share 42 13 Download Save depaul SUBSCRIBE 825 subscribers Replies X Luvy Pants 2 days ago Liar Liar pants on fire. 9 41 Add a public reply.. depaul 1 day ago thats cute! 19 hours ago (edited) Luvy Pants depaul My fiancé's Parents have spent over 4K this year on Tranont's garbage. I could hear some man's pleading voice in some video they were playing promising that their company was about to "explode and you don't want to miss out on this "wonderful opportunity. I could just hear how pushy and irritating the man's voice was and I knew it was an MLM pitch. To which I immediately warned them of the lies and that I'd already been down that road watching other family members put years of effort into different MLM scams and got nowhere for years. Despite my efforts to warn them of the "get rich quick scheme" mentality and how life doesn't work that way, they went ahead and signed up as builders or whatever it is that lets them join the scam club. Of course they thought they were on the fast track to quick and easy cash, they ran around shoving these products down everyone's throats and wouldn't leave me alone about it. So now, roughly 6 months later, they've only lost cash trying to "break even and now have mostly quieted down on the endeavor and are having to move on hopefully to better things. Yeah, it's all real fucking cute. Luvy Pants 19 hours ago (edited) depaul One more thought for you. If Tranont was all that they want us to believe they're cracked up to be. Why are they so focused on getting their people ready to get into debt? Because they wont be making actual cash? Oh wait, that's exactly what the problem is. Any business that would bring in an employee wouldn't be focused on getting people ready to go into debt. They'd cut you a freaking normal paycheck for your time spent working Unfortunately for everyone getting involved, those paychecks seem so close, but trust me, they're much further away than you'd think and hardly reachable by any stretch of the imagination. Unless you get in with the top .03% out of all the people involved with MLMS who actually make livable incomes. Check those numbers against the studies that show these systems are just legal Pyramid Schemes. depaul 19 hours ago @Luvy Pants was referring to your liar liar pants on fire comment as being cute! As for your parents experience with tranont sounds like they made a choice as a adult to make a investment to focus on working towards building their business, I say that because you mentioned the "builder thing. Now this video I made was a 100% honest testimony of mine. Like i said in the video I was introduced to this for the credit repair service and we used the service and it worked for us. And because it worked for us we shared it with people that were looking for credit repair service. We didnt focus on the business building side, and we sure in the hell didn't spend 4k telling people about it. No it sounds like you have had a long history with mim and that's great. I heard horrible stories about the but I've never had a experience with one until I came across tranont. So my expectations were to use the service and get my credit score fixed! Not make a shit load of money If you are looking for ANY BUSINESS, mim, brick and mortar or any thing that brings in a income and think you are going to get rich over night " well you're delusional and you are looking for something that don't exist. But if you work your ass off at it like anything in life, you can achieve what you want in this company and any business model that makes sense! I would love to talk to you over the phone My number is in the description. Call me Luvy Pants 18 hours ago Yes I understand that you're in it for the better credit score. However, I want people to read this and know that higher credit scores just tells other people that you love being in debt. Being in debt takes from our ability to make a shit load of money, because all that money that we'd make just gets funneled right back into someone else's wallet. I will save money and buy with cash so when any troubling times come, no one can take my things away. That's the problem with debt. We never need to go into debt in the first place if we just can make money at our jobs and save appropriately for the things we want. Again, so no one can take the things we have from us during times of financial struggle. I strongly advise everyone to avoid MLM scams and creditors so they can make ACUTAL MONEY and then get to KEEP the things they buy. The studies show that 80% of people in debt miss payments. I'll take the wiser, slower, more patient route and work an actual job, make actual money, save real cash, and buy things that no one can take from me. My family could have saved their money and had an easier time. Unfortunately they're making immature adult decisions that landed them exactly where I warned them they'd be. So I can't see how telling me that your company is trust worthy after witnessing more of the same nonsense that runs through MLM scams. I hope people read this and reconsider the way they're being taught to treat money. Patience and hard work is the only way to make REAL WEALTH 18 hours ago Luvy Pants depaul I'd also like to address the lie that suggests that they were going to "build their business." No one who signs up and pays a tranont a sum of money to be added into the pyramid scheme is a business owner. What they really are is unpaid employees. Normal companies pay salaries, hourly, and commissions. But not tranont, you gotta sucker other people into your down line and put them in a deficit to then run around and break even. This isn't how normal, healthy business should treat people. All of their hard work in making advertisements, meeting with possible customers, sharing on social media, etc. can all be for not if no one wants the product. Yet they're still left with a deficit, and a monthly recurring fee of buying product to stay a part of the business. So what money are they even making to go get a loan anyway? This is all insanity. They sure did make an adult decision. Adults can make all kinds of decisions. Adults can rob a bank if they wanted but I dont think the judge would wave their crimes away and say "Oh well, they made an adult decision." Gross exaggerations aside, age is clearly not indicative of wisdom depaul 14 hours ago life and business and everyone should stop everything they are doing and have you @Luvy Pants sounds like you have "EVERYTHING " figured out direct them and pay you a consultant fee... 12 hours ago (edited) Luvy Pants depaul Hey that might be a damn good idea. I already have a good job though. I just want people to know the truth. There's two kinds of people in MLMS: Scammers and those naive being scammed. Luvy Pants 12 hours ago depaul Also I find it funny that you attack my character by saying I think I know "EVERYTHING." Something I never claimed myself. You don't have a leg to stand on because you already know it's a scam so you gotta change the subject and attack me personally instead of explaining clearly why what you do isn't a scam. depaul 5 hours ago (edited) @Luvy Pants no actually 90% of what your saying is not true nor accurate, and I'm not changing the subject. I'm just not engaging in a non factual, opinionated debate of yours. Its really pointless. Because I've made my number available for you and one so they can call me, but yet you want to troll and attempt to engage and project negative vibes on a video comment.I just dont have time to waste with negative people. So with that, you have blessed day, I hope you find some happiness and take care 28 minutes ago Luvy Pants depaul depaul I've focussed on several very specific pieces of information and explain clearly why I know that MLMS are in fact SCAMS. So tell us exactly how these things are not scams. I brought up many specific issues that come with going into debt and how LESS that HALF of 1% of people involved in these pyramid schemes make any livable income. I am not attempting to troll, I am attempting to show anyone who wants to read this a second opinion and expose these lies for what they are. Again, instead of offering new information that would prove that what you're offering isn't a scam you decide to change the subject and call me negative and suggest that I'd be low enough to troll. People deserve better that these terrible schemes that seek to leech money out of people's wallets instead of offering them a realistic opportunity to make money. These schemes are always promising that people can make so much money within the year and beyond. Showing them all the levels they can hit and the paychecks they'll begin to make at the given levels. And at the same time they want to teach us how to get into debt, people who don't have much money go into debt, their business model is clearly inconsistent and manipulative. You and I both know that this isn't a good deal for people, that's why you've got to get online and make videos trying to convince people that you're not scamming them. It's in the the damn title of your video dude. I don't see Microsoft, Hobby Lobby, Amazon, Costco or other reputable companies having to jump online and try and convince people that they're aren't scammers. Given the FACT that I've watched 3 families in my own life lose a TON of money on these schemes.I can hardly consider myself a troll. Just a very disgruntled citizen sick of watching people lie to us like we're too stupid to know the difference MLM scammer can’t TAKE THE HEAT
Being Alone, Amazon, and Ass: 12:16 PM Mon Jul 8
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 Luvy Pants 2 days ago
 Liar Liar pants on fire.
 9
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 Add a public reply..
 depaul
 1 day ago
 thats cute!
 19 hours ago (edited)
 Luvy Pants
 depaul My fiancé's Parents have spent over 4K this year on Tranont's garbage. I could hear some man's pleading voice in some video they were playing
 promising that their company was about to "explode and you don't want to miss out on this "wonderful opportunity. I could just hear how pushy and
 irritating the man's voice was and I knew it was an MLM pitch. To which I immediately warned them of the lies and that I'd already been down that road
 watching other family members put years of effort into different MLM scams and got nowhere for years. Despite my efforts to warn them of the "get
 rich quick scheme" mentality and how life doesn't work that way, they went ahead and signed up as builders or whatever it is that lets them join the
 scam club. Of course they thought they were on the fast track to quick and easy cash, they ran around shoving these products down everyone's throats
 and wouldn't leave me alone about it. So now, roughly 6 months later, they've only lost cash trying to "break even and now have mostly quieted down
 on the endeavor and are having to move on hopefully to better things. Yeah, it's all real fucking cute.
 Luvy Pants 19 hours ago (edited)
 depaul One more thought for you. If Tranont was all that they want us to believe they're cracked up to be. Why are they so focused on getting their
 people ready to get into debt? Because they wont be making actual cash? Oh wait, that's exactly what the problem is. Any business that would bring in
 an employee wouldn't be focused on getting people ready to go into debt. They'd cut you a freaking normal paycheck for your time spent working
 Unfortunately for everyone getting involved, those paychecks seem so close, but trust me, they're much further away than you'd think and hardly
 reachable by any stretch of the imagination. Unless you get in with the top .03% out of all the people involved with MLMS who actually make livable
 incomes. Check those numbers against the studies that show these systems are just legal Pyramid Schemes.
 depaul 19 hours ago
 @Luvy Pants was referring to your liar liar pants on fire comment as being cute!
 As for your parents experience with tranont sounds like they made a choice as a adult to make a investment to focus on working towards building
 their business, I say that because you mentioned the "builder thing.
 Now this video I made was a 100% honest testimony of mine. Like i said in the video I was introduced to this for the credit repair service and we used
 the service and it worked for us. And because it worked for us we shared it with people that were looking for credit repair service.
 We didnt focus on the business building side, and we sure in the hell didn't spend 4k telling people about it.
 No it sounds like you have had a long history with mim and that's great. I heard horrible stories about the but I've never had a experience with one until
 I came across tranont.
 So my expectations were to use the service and get my credit score fixed! Not make a shit load of money
 If you are looking for ANY BUSINESS, mim, brick and mortar or any thing that brings in a income and think you are going to get rich over night " well
 you're delusional and you are looking for something that don't exist. But if you work your ass off at it like anything
 in life, you can achieve what you want in this company and any business model that makes sense!
 I would love to talk to you over the phone My number is in the description. Call me
 Luvy Pants 18 hours ago
 Yes I understand that you're in it for the better credit score. However, I want people to read this and know that higher credit scores just tells other
 people that you love being in debt. Being in debt takes from our ability to make a shit load of money, because all that money that we'd make just gets
 funneled right back into someone else's wallet. I will save money and buy with cash so when any troubling times come, no one can take my things
 away. That's the problem with debt. We never need to go into debt in the first place if we just can make money at our jobs and save appropriately for the
 things we want. Again, so no one can take the things we have from us during times of financial struggle. I strongly advise everyone to avoid MLM
 scams and creditors so they can make ACUTAL MONEY and then get to KEEP the things they buy. The studies show that 80% of people in debt miss
 payments. I'll take the wiser, slower, more patient route and work an actual job, make actual money, save real cash, and buy things that no one can take
 from me. My family could have saved their money and had an easier time. Unfortunately they're making immature adult decisions that landed them
 exactly where I warned them they'd be. So I can't see how telling me that your company is trust worthy after witnessing more of the same nonsense
 that runs through MLM scams. I hope people read this and reconsider the way they're being taught to treat money. Patience and hard work is the only
 way to make REAL WEALTH
 18 hours ago
 Luvy Pants
 depaul I'd also like to address the lie that suggests that they were going to "build their business." No one who signs up and pays a tranont a sum of
 money to be added into the pyramid scheme is a business owner. What they really are is unpaid employees. Normal companies pay salaries, hourly,
 and commissions. But not tranont, you gotta sucker other people into your down line and put them in a deficit to then run around and break even. This
 isn't how normal, healthy business should treat people. All of their hard work in making advertisements, meeting with possible customers, sharing on
 social media, etc. can all be for not if no one wants the product. Yet they're still left with a deficit, and a monthly recurring fee of buying product to stay
 a part of the business. So what money are they even making to go get a loan anyway? This is all insanity. They sure did make an adult decision. Adults
 can make all kinds of decisions. Adults can rob a bank if they wanted but I dont think the judge would wave their crimes away and say "Oh well, they
 made an adult decision." Gross exaggerations aside, age is clearly not indicative of wisdom
 depaul
 14 hours ago
 life and business and everyone should stop everything they are doing and have you
 @Luvy Pants sounds like you have "EVERYTHING " figured out
 direct them and pay you a consultant fee...
 12 hours ago (edited)
 Luvy Pants
 depaul Hey that might be a damn good idea. I already have a good job though. I just want people to know the truth. There's two kinds of people in
 MLMS: Scammers and those naive being scammed.
 Luvy Pants 12 hours ago
 depaul Also I find it funny that you attack my character by saying I think I know "EVERYTHING." Something I never claimed myself. You don't have a leg
 to stand on because you already know it's a scam so you gotta change the subject and attack me personally instead of explaining clearly why what you
 do isn't a scam.
 depaul 5 hours ago (edited)
 @Luvy Pants no actually 90% of what your saying is not true nor accurate, and I'm not changing the subject. I'm just not engaging in a non factual,
 opinionated debate of yours. Its really pointless. Because I've made my number available for you and one so they can call me, but yet you want to troll
 and attempt to engage and project negative vibes on a video comment.I just dont have time to waste with negative people. So with that, you have
 blessed day, I hope you find some happiness and take care
 28 minutes ago
 Luvy Pants
 depaul depaul I've focussed on several very specific pieces of information and explain clearly why I know that MLMS are in fact SCAMS. So tell us
 exactly how these things are not scams. I brought up many specific issues that come with going into debt and how LESS that HALF of 1% of people
 involved in these pyramid schemes make any livable income. I am not attempting to troll, I am attempting to show anyone who wants to read this a
 second opinion and expose these lies for what they are. Again, instead of offering new information that would prove that what you're offering isn't a
 scam you decide to change the subject and call me negative and suggest that I'd be low enough to troll. People deserve better that these terrible
 schemes that seek to leech money out of people's wallets instead of offering them a realistic opportunity to make money. These schemes are always
 promising that people can make so much money within the year and beyond. Showing them all the levels they can hit and the paychecks they'll begin to
 make at the given levels. And at the same time they want to teach us how to get into debt, people who don't have much money go into debt, their
 business model is clearly inconsistent and manipulative. You and I both know that this isn't a good deal for people, that's why you've got to get online
 and make videos trying to convince people that you're not scamming them. It's in the the damn title of your video dude. I don't see Microsoft, Hobby
 Lobby, Amazon, Costco or other reputable companies having to jump online and try and convince people that they're aren't scammers. Given the FACT
 that I've watched 3 families in my own life lose a TON of money on these schemes.I can hardly consider myself a troll. Just a very disgruntled citizen
 sick of watching people lie to us like we're too stupid to know the difference
MLM scammer can’t TAKE THE HEAT

MLM scammer can’t TAKE THE HEAT

Children, Food, and Grandma: floatingwithobrien y'all need to hear about gerb. gerb was my high school physics teacher. (gerb is short for mr. gerber.) when we were learning about radiation and whatnot, and we touched on radiation poisoning, gerb decided to tell us a story. when gerb was in high school, he worked in a supermarket. a cashier. there was this one little old lady, mrs. cassopolis, who was a regular. mrs. cassopolis firmly believed that the lasers used to scan her food items would give her radiation poisoning. they tried to explain that's not a thing. but old cass wouldn't hear a word of it. the employees had to punch in every. last. grocery. item. MANUALLY. and this woman would buy cartfulls of food every week, like any good grandma trying to feed her five children and eighteen grandchildren every time they come for a Sunday visit. so pretty soon, the employees figured out a strategy to get her on her way and get on with their lives. one or more employees would distract old cass while the cashier would scan all the items he could as fast as humanly possible while she wasn't paying attention. now this supermarket had a rewards program for its most efficient workers. program for its most efficient workers. the computer would track how quickly the cashiers scanned items, and how many total they scanned in one day, that kind of thing. so one day, gerb's boss came to him and said "uh," "you scanned three hundred items in six minutes last Tuesday during your shift" and gerb says "i recall" "that's about four times faster than anything i've ever seen" and gerb says "yea ok" "jeremy what happened?" and gerb says "i had to save a little old woman from placebo radiation" Employee of the century
Children, Food, and Grandma: floatingwithobrien
 y'all need to hear about gerb.
 gerb was my high school physics teacher.
 (gerb is short for mr. gerber.) when we were
 learning about radiation and whatnot, and
 we touched on radiation poisoning, gerb
 decided to tell us a story.
 when gerb was in high school, he worked in
 a supermarket. a cashier. there was this one
 little old lady, mrs. cassopolis, who was a
 regular. mrs. cassopolis firmly believed that
 the lasers used to scan her food items would
 give her radiation poisoning. they tried
 to explain that's not a thing. but old cass
 wouldn't hear a word of it.
 the employees had to punch in every. last.
 grocery. item. MANUALLY.
 and this woman would buy cartfulls of
 food every week, like any good grandma
 trying to feed her five children and eighteen
 grandchildren every time they come for a
 Sunday visit. so pretty soon, the employees
 figured out a strategy to get her on her way
 and get on with their lives.
 one or more employees would distract old
 cass while the cashier would scan all the
 items he could as fast as humanly possible
 while she wasn't paying attention.
 now this supermarket had a rewards
 program for its most efficient workers.
 program for its most efficient workers.
 the computer would track how quickly the
 cashiers scanned items, and how many total
 they scanned in one day, that kind of thing.
 so one day, gerb's boss came to him and
 said "uh,"
 "you scanned three hundred items in six
 minutes last Tuesday during your shift"
 and gerb says "i recall"
 "that's about four times faster than anything
 i've ever seen"
 and gerb says "yea ok"
 "jeremy what happened?"
 and gerb says
 "i had to save a little old woman from
 placebo radiation"
Employee of the century

Employee of the century