[Q&A] Questions you want answered (D&D Edition)

Reviving for the new D&D:
-ask or answer questions better suited for D&D than EE
-not intended as a debate thread; if people want to debate a particular issue feel free to create a new thread for it.

RawkGWJ wrote:

Oooh. This is a grift I could get behind. I’m retiring in four years. This may be my post retirement entrepreneurial project. Hide behind the corporate vale… Damn, this is a good idea!

It is if your retirement plan involves being sued by people off the back of a GoFundMe.

Jonman wrote:
RawkGWJ wrote:

Oooh. This is a grift I could get behind. I’m retiring in four years. This may be my post retirement entrepreneurial project. Hide behind the corporate vale… Damn, this is a good idea!

It is if your retirement plan involves being sued by people off the back of a GoFundMe.

Yeah, might want to be delete the above before you get sued for fraud. Even the "build the wall" gofundme guys lost their case.

Mixolyde wrote:
Jonman wrote:
RawkGWJ wrote:

Oooh. This is a grift I could get behind. I’m retiring in four years. This may be my post retirement entrepreneurial project. Hide behind the corporate vale… Damn, this is a good idea!

It is if your retirement plan involves being sued by people off the back of a GoFundMe.

Yeah, might want to be delete the above before you get sued for fraud. Even the "build the wall" gofundme guys lost their case.

I was joking! It was meant to be an example of how a grifter might rationalize and justify the act of defrauding folks for piles of money. And an example of those mental gymnastics you keep hearing about.

But as far as getting sued? Maybe. It seems like you can slap the word supplement on any bottle of pills so long as they don’t contain any actual medicine and sell them at whatever price you like. I use to deliver to a few complementary and alternative medicine clinics. I had a view of their operations from the inside. They were running grifts on sick people and fleecing them for obscene amounts of money. I’m sure they believed that they were doing a great service for the sick people who came to them, but none of their therapies were science based and most of their therapies had been debunked for being ineffective. There was a great chance that their patients were shunning science based proven remedies in favor of quackery.

But also… I think you’re only saying that because you’re going to steal my idea!!!
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