Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by zoomsixx, Sep 30, 2015.
Now that he's has bragged about 1000 dollars a week he will probably have more competition.
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Good method, I think tomorrow i open an jurney trhead with this method
He could also do some IM with his cell phone while waiting...that would be true hustling 21st century style.
I remember reading about college students who charged money to plan dates for people. Someone was complaining that they were suckering people, but when people are super lazy, you can capitalize on that laziness by doing what they don't want to do.
In the case of planning dates, I think that's an interesting service to offer. A lot of people don't have time for that. In the case of standing in line, that's just lazy. Go home and order that shit on your computer.
Well it brings home the Benjamin's i suppose
If there's a demand for it, then good for them for supplying a service to meet that demand.
Is there already an app for reserving these guys?
i've seen somewhere that someone left a robot to wait in line instead of her, these guys will be out of business soon enough, robots can be stolen though lol
$1000 a week. Wow. That's like a minimum wage job.
That being said, I respect his entrepreneurial spirit.
One should try it when he wants to say bye to the earth and gonna live on Mars.
He calls himself a CEO!
well 1000/week is kind of lowest earning for a CEO
I am sure CEOSam makes less.
What about the disabled people you can rent at disney world so you can skip to the front of the lines.
Now thats smart.
To be fair, almost every job in the world is capitalising on some sort of laziness.
Plumbers capitalise on people who are too lazy to fix the toilet themselves. Lawyers are capitalising on those too lazy to go to law school.
People are just upset because the target market in this example is so obviously lazy and it's easy to judge them.
$1000 a week is minimum wage after taxes? Where do you live?
I swear I thought you were trolling.
I just googled "rent disabled people" and this article came up: http://www.theatlantic.com/business...-people-to-skip-lines-at-disney-world/275840/
Unless you meant actually renting disabled people. Like "I'll pay you $150 for four hours of using your disabled family member to skip lines at Disney World." I couldn't find that.
Well if you wanna split hairs, grocery stores are capitalizing on the fact that people are too lazy to slaughter their own meat, grow their own vegetables, make their own cheese and create their own baked goods.
Cleaning products are capitalizing on the fact that people don't want to create their own cleaning products.
Wheelchair companies are capitalizing on the fact that people are too lazy to make their own wheelchairs.
Construction companies are capitalizing on the fact that people are too lazy to buy their own equipment and build their own buildings.
And let's not forget cigarette companies. They're capitalizing on the fact that people are too cowardly to commit suicide quickly, so they offer them a chance to do it slowly while still living a full life.
There's a difference between "I can't do that because I don't have the training/can't afford the training/can't afford the equipment/just can't afford to/don't have the means to" and "I'm not doing that because I just don't feel like it." Standing in line falls under the latter.
Not necessarily, there may be loads of reasons why someone could not stand in the line, having to be at work just one of them.
I wouldn't call that lazyness, i mean think about it. How many times you wish you be doing something else instead of waiting in the line.
Hell i know that from experience, sitting there for couple hours while i could be doing something more valuable.
Sure we have internets, but not for everything.
I wouldn't mind hire this guy for the next iphone launch
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