Spring Surprise: Accurate, comprehensive, clear, high quality, transfat free, organic and bloody absurd disclosure

This 3:28 minute Monty Python skit demonstrates the problem with the fish-on-a-hook disclosure schemes.

  • Wanting more and more and more of totally irrelevant and bullshit information does not allow for good investment decision making,
  • But this cynical gamesmanship is 100% legal, notwithstanding this skit.
  • Substitute poo for lark’s vomit.

The franchise industry (Whizzo Chocolate Company) is played by Terry Gilliam. John Cleese is the superior and Graham Chapman is the poor wretch.

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2 Responses to Spring Surprise: Accurate, comprehensive, clear, high quality, transfat free, organic and bloody absurd disclosure

  1. Carol Cross says:

    My laugh of the week! With tears in my eyes, from laughing, I thank you, Les Stewart, for this comment on “bullshit and irrevelant” regulation —-that comes wrapped together with a malicious legal contract that leads to both constipation and diarhea for the victims of “poo” franchises.

    Like

  2. franchisefool says:

    Carol,

    I met Graham Chapman in 1978 when I was a first year university student in London, Ontario. Chapman flew in for a talk on comedy during a huge blizzard. About 20 diehard Python nerds and I talked to him for over 3 hours at The Spoke and Rim, the on campus pub.

    An amazing, unbelievably complex and thoroughly twisted person.

    Like

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