Thursday, 18 March 2010

Hooded IBOFB extrapolates non-existing meaning

The world according to the puerile and abusive Mr. Scott 'Tex'Johnson, is a pretty odd place. Apparently, he believes that by exposing the totality of the 'Amway' mob as a major organized crime group, we are assisting its millionaire under-bosses to commit advance fee fraud. He also apparently believes that Mr. Steadson is not part of the 'Amway' Ministry of Truth and that Bernie Madoff investigated, arrested, prosecuted, judged, fined and imprisoned himself.
Yet again, we have the 'Amway' Lord Haw Haw, Mr. ABOFB Steadson, demonstrating the devious art of reading a clear unambiguous text and then extrapolating a meaning from it which does not, and cannot, exist, and then calling me a 'liar'. However, your readers can see that it clearly states in my previous post that I obtained an 'Amway' steel cooking pan which originally cost in its set about $1000. Mr. Steadson has very foolishly directed us to a Website which reveals that the actual amount of money individuals are required to hand over in exchange for this collection of 11 banal 'Amway' cooking pans, and their 11 plastic-mounted lids, is closer to $1500. On the same Site, individual items from this set of are priced at several hundreds dollars. Remember, these everday products are supposed to be directed at ordinary customers, not millionaires, but what ordinary person would voluntarily shell out several hundreds dollars for a frying pan when superior equivalents are widely-available in traditional retail outlets for just a few dollars?
Ignoring all common-sense, the inflexible Mr. Steadson keeps assuring us as to the good value and high quality of all 'Amway' wampum, and who does he bring forward as his unbiased witness? - His dear old mom. Frankly it's just absurd. All one has to do, is take a look at the photos on 'Amway's' own Site to see that the insignificant pans the organization offers (at prices so stiff that they make a free-thinking person's jaw drop) are a pretext to induce ill-informed victims to make significant contributions to a closed-market swindle or money circulation scheme. Like the rest of 'Amway's' overpriced junk, these pans are nothing out of the ordinary and, thus, they are (effectively) unsaleable on the open market. Indeed, don't take my word for it - just look on the open-market of e-bay (particularly, in the USA) where there is always piles of untouched 'Amway' wampum (including the cookware) constantly being off-loaded at prices that represent a mere fraction of the original fixed cost to wide-eyed 'Amway' adherents.
David Brear


Tex said...

News alert: most items, Amway and non-Amway, are sold for less than the original price. LOL

IBOFB said...

So I went to ebay to find out how much Amway cookware was actually for sale there. only two at present. One was an unneeded wedding gift but they commented on the quality. It was selling for $100 more than IBO price. The other, two frying pans, was selling for 25% more than distributor price.

Is there anything you say that's not just madeup BS, Brear?

Tex said...

Amway Queen typically sells for about $200-$400, even new in the box: