I knew that people online would get on board, that was never really in doubt.
It was whether that online interest would translate into actual sales, always a shaky proposition, that worried me. Let us not forget “Snakes on a Plane” after all.
But my worry, it turned out, was misplaced.
And now, a four million dollar house, new Ferrari and month in Vegas later, the only worry I have is what I’m going to do with the seemingly endless flood of cash that’s still coming in…
I feel some small measure of guilt, perhaps, at the increase in heart disease and obesity that I’m no doubt partially responsible for, but I can’t feel too bad about that. People do make their own decisions, after all.
I merely provided new options, I never forced anyone to do anything.
If people can’t control their baser appetites, that’s no responsibility of mine.
At the end of the day, I’m merely a businessman.
And, it turns out, Pumpkin-Spiced Bacon was the best business decision I ever made…
Quite possibly pumpkin-spiced anything could become a winner! Just business.ReplyDelete
I think it's the bacon that made it a winner! ;-)ReplyDelete
EEK. Pumpkin spiced BACON? Truly disturbing! *shudder*ReplyDelete
Reminds me of Lord Beckett from Pirates of the Caribbean: It's just good business. :)ReplyDelete