Friday, March 26, 2010

stuff multipliers is an interesting and accurate term

for getting something that needs other things.

An example would be a fishing pole.

First you get a fishing pole to go fishing with. Next, of course, comes a reel and line. Then you need hooks, lures, bobbers and artificial baits and the whole kiit and kaboodle that comes with it.

They ought to simply give you the damned fishing pole as a come-on with the stipulation that you buy the rest of the tackle from them. The company would still make money.

Another example is a boat, but let's not go there.

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