So um… It seems that Bunz & Katz have gotten away with their art heist – did you think that they wouldn’t? Show your hands…
Not that we advocate criminal activity – Kids, stealing stuff is seriously not nice! However, if you do feel the compulsion leading you to a life of crime – don’t rob some unfortunate clerk in a liquor store, instead run for political office… As we’ve learned from Trump & McConnell, most of the really successful crooks are in Washington DC!!
Indeed, looks as though the only “marketing plan” Bunz & Katz have is the one they copied from the fruit-peddler kid they mugged, way back on page 97… But unfortunately for them, a busy traffic intersection isn’t the best place to peddle overpriced, shopworn, fake merchandise… the White House and the halls of Con-gress are the most effective venue for that sort of marketing… because there, the consumer doesn’t have any choice!
Who’s idea was it to park their sale at a busy intersection? Did it go something like Bunz saying like, “With more people we can get more stuff sold. So … where Katz is the greatest number of passer-bys in a city. And Katz would answer back, “Look for any major artery crossing of traffic flow.” Both in a limited sense quite correct. But as they have doubtless found, anyone traveling and yet interested in their offered bargains, would need to park in like a vertical parking building, and walk back (somehow) to their (er) temporary shop. If they are going criminal, they would need a handbook, so as to how to do it. Maybe 3-D Kitty, if still not still caught up in either super glue or whatever goes for the legal system might offer them one.
Hey, in Paris (Illinois) they could probably park in the middle of Main Street right in front of the target… their main criteria was to stage their raid and make a fast getaway with the priceless loot. (“Priceless” in this case being synonymous with “valueless.”)
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