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This story reminded me of when I was planning my short course for Procter & Gamble:
The question in my mind was: should I take the consulting fee they offered or should I try to get a voucher for a lifetime supply of P&G products (assuming, of course, that such a voucher exists)?
Wouldn’t that just be the coolest thing, to go into the supermarket, fill up the cart with Tide and Pampers, then flash the P&G card?
P.S. On an unrelated note, this is just sad. Uncle Woody is spinning.
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