How many times in life do you get to see: A Cat, In A Shark Costume, Riding A Roomba Through The Kitchen? Well ... Not everyday at least, and this one is freakin classic. Enjoy.
Ok. so it's been a while since I have had time to spend on IncomeAtHomeExposed.com. Life can get freakin busy. ...
So what's been up??? Shawn Dahl, the ex-Herbalife Chairman's Club Member is finally all-in on his new Nutrie / IncomeRevolution.com scam. Carl Icahn, the rat-crap, people screwing, multilevel marketing, pyramid scam enabling, piece of crap has mostly derailed Bill Ackman's [of Pershing Square Capital Management] truly heroic attempt to expose Herbalife for what it is and short the piss out of the stock. John Peterson, former husband to Susan Peterson & Herbalife Chairman's Club member committed suicide earlier this year. Michael & Michelle Burton, Herbalife President's Team members & super Herbalife poster-couple filed for bankruptcy after claiming for years of their jet-setting income. And, so much more!
Sometimes you're ready for something competely different. So, check out Stephanie Trick rocking Death Ray Boogie.
Is incomeathome.com on it's way to retirement? First they dump Herbalife & re-brand under Veema, and now .... Based on the new radio ads that have started to hit the airwaves, it would appear that PaidAtHome.com is the new version of the same old IncomeAtHome scam, and that Income At Home is on it's way out. ... The PaidAtHome radio ads are virtually identical to the basic [non-radio host endorsed] IncomeAtHome.com ads that ran for years. The same talk radio hosts featured on the home page [Screw you Dr. Laura, Sean Hannity & Sybil Wilkes] Seriously, I think that the only thing they actually changed was the word 'Income' for the word 'Paid'. And, they changed the website colors from blue to orange.
"While most participants do not generate a profit, of those active leaders that do, 75% averaged earnings between $667 and $1326 for 2012"
While working on a little invention out in my lab the other day, I had a thought roll through my head ... Does the KPMG blow up give 'ol Carl Icahn & his bloated ego an out from his new position with Herbalife? Not that I want to help either Carl, or his bloated ego ... but here's the reality:
[Side Note: I have a sneaky suspicion that whoever the new independent auditor is who has to go back and reconcile everything screwed up by KPMG, that we will find out that the KPMG auditor had more than one hand out, and very well may have 'overlooked' a few significant financial details ... but time will have to prove that theory out]