Sunday, July 31, 2005

GALA LOS success

What is the basic reasons of Gala LOS success?

Majority of the IBOs never heard Amway. They are new here and looking for any thing. I was!

Leverage attracts to Indians a lot! Ever heard 'Baniya'? It's some one who lends money at interest. Like banks. But they are in India over 10 centuries!

Indians have a herd mentality. They follow each other.

Indians are fiercely loyal and need some one to rule them. Look at the history of India, they have been ruled by Abbasids, Turks, Mughals, Afghans, Persians, British like from 7th century. And they always help the rulers rule them. Try ruling Vietnam or Afghanistan. What? Your thousands of soldiers are dead? Interesting. There were never more than 15,000 thousands britts in India.

Right wing mentality. Women in submission etc. attracts Indians and make them feel at home.

Indians really look forward to meet other Indians. They always look for 'tips' for living in North America.

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Saturday, July 30, 2005

What is a good business?

A business that does more good than harm is a good business. Many businesses harm, some more some less. E.g. Wal-mart. But in my opinion Wal-Mart does more good than harm.

Is Quixtar a good business?

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Friday, July 29, 2005

Stop Blog-Zilla Petition

Stop Blog-Zilla Petition

Please read sign this petition if you feel like it.

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Quixtar markets XS to Churches

Quixtar markets XS to Churches

This is funny :) Scott didn't linked it properly here. Anyways, his humor page is this:

Churches Announce Replacement of Wine
'X S' Energy Drink Substituted at Communion

Ada, MI (APP) - Quixtar, formerly Amway and the exclusive seller of the popular 'XS' energy drink, announced to today a new version of their tasty, calorie free 'energy drink' for use in Church Communion services.

Quixtar's crack marketing team quickly jumped on the unfilled market in the Communion drink market and has filled it with a new version called 'XS Communion-Grape'. The marketing people noted the full name was 'Xtracting Sins Communion-Grape'

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Thursday, July 28, 2005

Fresh can of ass-whooping

From blogosphere wrestling commentator box:

Stone Cold QBlog has just opened a fresh can of ass whooping on Dan "the IBO cruncher" Hollings.
Dan Hollings once took money from IBOs quite gladly. He still does I guess by selling them training. Now he’s screwing the blogs and slaughtering the Golden Goose.

Seriously, many bloggers are running google ad. I’ve seen some become more regular blogger because of it. Along came a guy who try to make shit load of cash by his spam like software.

I love Merchants of Deception.I am mirroring it as well. It's a super success if you ask me. I don't like LGTWO too much. Some thing is fishy with that guy DH. Not too sure if I donate at LGTWO, it will go in the pocket of DH or PSA as it claims?

And of course, me blogging against blog-zilla should not effect Eric Schriebler any way right? Eric Schriebler has nothing to do with it. For example if a contractor I hired botch some other job, what do I care?


Real BlogZilla: a Blog about firefox. Our buddy DH is "snatching lunch" from open source community as well?

Update 2:

Now Dan Holling is vandalizing Wikipedia. Look at this:

Some one wrote:
This is a simplistic example but should spawn the creative intellect of bloggers interested in earning as much money as they can before the Search Engines drop their blogs and remove their Adsense accounts.
He changed it to
This is a simplistic example but should spawn the creative intellect of bloggers interested in reaching a broader readership base or market.
Here is the screen cap

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Ten Plain Truths

Ten Plain Truths from Pyramid Scheme Alert by Robert FitzPatrick

1. 99.9% of all people who join Amway/Quixtar and other multi-level marketing schemes like it never earn a profit. The losses are so large that these schemes cannot be called a legitimate "business opportunity."

2. To get people to join a MLM scheme in which nearly all will lose requires deception. The promoters do not tell the truth.

3. The people at the top hide basic facts from recruits such as average income, actual costs of doing business, drop out rates, and how much of the total bonus money they receive. They also do not reveal the source of their money, most of which comes from selling "training" materials. Often, their income is from recruits in other countries.

4. Very little of the MLM products are ever actually sold to consumers. The people who buy these products do so as part of investing in a "business opportunity." The business is therefore not "direct selling." It is actually about promoting a bogus business opportunity.

5. More than 50% of all people who join these schemes quit in the first year. Trying to make money from recruiting is therefore a long and costly effort. When a person starts out to build a 'downline" they are already at the bottom of someone else's very large downline. Only a tiny few can ever be at the top.

6. Those few that start at the top of the scheme or who climb to the top make their money directly from the losses suffered by all the latest recruits.

7. The training and motivation seminars, books and tapes are a secret business run by the top promoters of the scheme. Buying tapes and books does not increase a person's chances for success. It only adds to the losses.

8. The people selling the books and tapes are not necessarily successful in the MLM business. Rather, they make most of their money selling the recruitment materials. Claims that they are successful and that the business is a "great opportunity" are false.

9. The schemes recruit more and more people every year, but also many quit. So the scheme can run for many years before it must find other areas with more people to recruit. The longer is operates, the more people it has harmed.

10. The main reason the government of the United States does not investigate these schemes for deception and unfair practices or for running pyramid schemes is that leaders of these schemes contribute huge amounts of money to the politicians' political campaigns. Consumers, therefore, must look out for themselves. Just because a particular MLM such as Amway/Quixtar is not prosecuted by the government does not mean it is legitimate or that you will ever make any money from it.

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Wednesday, July 27, 2005

Good Ms. Osburn

NRS 281.481(7) prohibits a public officer or employee from using “governmental time, property, equipment or other facility to benefit his personal or financial interest.” Further, NRS 281.481(2) prohibits a public officer or employee from using his position in government to secure or grant unwarranted privileges, preferences, exemptions or advantages for, inter alia, himself or any business entity in which he has a significant pecuniary interest.

Clearly, pursuant to NRS 281.481(7), Ms. Osburn is prohibited from soliciting for Quixtar product sales and/or recruiting as Quixtar IBOs those with whom she has contact while she is on official duty as a State of Nevada Health Facilities Surveyor II.
But..... what if a doctor tired from FED doing a surgery on Monday?

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Tuesday, July 26, 2005

American Scam

Some excerpts from yet another great article of Pyramid Scheme Alert byRobert FitzPatrick

American Scam
There has been much information in the news and many public warnings about scams that originate in Nigeria and are promoted to people in America. Few people, however, are informed or warned about an "American" scam that is promoted to people all over the world.

The "Nigerian" scam" begins with what seems to be a private email solicitation. It offers an opportunity to gain a large sum of money that the scheme's promoters want to get out of that country or has been left over from some government or business operation. But first the person being solicited must send a small amount of money to get the process started. Then, a larger amount of money is required to complete the deal, then even more is needed to get final approval.

The "American" scam operates similarly. There is a promise of large sums of money. A small investment is required to begin. Then, more money is sought to remain "qualified" to gain the promised money and even more to achieve the higher position in which the big payoff will supposedly be earned. Finally, still more must be paid in order to be "trained and motivated" to get to that promised payoff. In the end, the same result occurs -- lost money, shame and silence.

The "American scam" is called multi-level marketing (MLM) or sometimes "network marketing." It promises the "opportunity of a lifetime" from owning a "home-based business." In some countries, it claims to be the purest and best example of "free market capitalism." In fact, it has caused financial loss, wasted time, ruined careers and broken families all over the world. Its actual operations and its terrible financial results are hidden from those solicited.

The Five Ploys Used to Get Consumers into the 'American Scam'
Ploy #1: You can make money selling the products to friends and neighbors!

Ploy #2: You can make 'bonuses' from the products purchased by all those you recruit.

Ploy #3: The higher up you are in the organization, the more you make.

Ploy #4: To be successful you need training and motivation and to listen to the people who are already successful in the program

Ploy #5. The Ultimate Deception: If you do not succeed, it is only your own fault.
Great read. I just posted some main points. Check it out:
American Scam

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Monday, July 25, 2005

FTC says, don't join Quixtar

The Bottom Line About Multilevel Marketing Plans

Evaluating a Plan

The FTC suggests that you use common sense when evaluating a multilevel marketing opportunity and consider these tips as you make your decision:
  1. Avoid any plan that includes commissions for recruiting additional distributors. It may be an illegal pyramid.
  2. Beware of plans that ask new distributors to purchase expensive products and marketing materials. These plans may be pyramids in disguise.
  3. Be cautious of plans that claim you will make money through continued growth of your downline, that is, the number of distributors you recruit.
  4. Beware of plans that claim to sell miracle products or promise enormous earnings. Ask the promoter to substantiate claims.
  5. Beware of shills - 'decoy' references paid by a plan's promoter to lie about their earnings through the plan.
  6. Don't pay or sign any contracts in an 'opportunity meeting' or any other pressure-filled situation. Insist on taking your time to think over your decision. Talk it over with a family member, friend, accountant or lawyer.
  7. Do your homework! Check with your local Better Business Bureau and state Attorney General about any plan you're considering - especially when the claims about the product or your potential earnings seem too good to be true.
  8. Remember that no matter how good a product and how solid a multilevel marketing plan may be, you'll need to invest sweat equity as well as dollars for your investment to pay off.

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The 10 Big Lies of Multi-Level Marketing

The 10 Big Lies of Multi-Level Marketing

Another great article by Robert L. FitzPatrick. MLM is a sham, period. Just like 1 in every 100 republican is not blood thirsty for oil, one in 100 MLMer may not be a scammer. May be.
Lie #1: MLM is a business offering better opportunities for making large sums of money than all other conventional business and professional models.

Lie #2: Network marketing is the most popular and effective new way to bring products to market. Consumers like to buy products on a one-to-one basis in the MLM model.

Lie #3: Eventually all products will be sold by MLM, a new form of marketing. Retail stores, shopping malls, catalogues and most forms of advertising will soon be rendered obsolete by MLM.

Lie #4: MLM is a new way of life that offers happiness and fulfillment. It is a means to attain all the good things in life.

Lie #5: MLM is a spiritual movement.

Lie #6: Success in MLM is easy. Friends and relatives are the natural prospects. Those who love and support you will become your lifetime customers.

Lie #7: You can do MLM in your spare time. As a business, it offers the greatest flexibility and personal freedom of time. A few hours a week can earn a significant supplemental income and may grow to a very large income making other work unnecessary

Lie #8. MLM is a positive, supportive new business that affirms the human spirit and personal freedom.

Lie #9. MLM is the best option for owning your own business and attaining real economic independence.

Lie #10: MLM is not a pyramid scheme because products are sold.
So here are the lies, truth is on Robert's page ;)

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Sunday, July 24, 2005

Toronto Island AGAIN

We were at the Wards Island today, AGAIN! I did snorkeling, Bumpi (youngest bro) did wave something, and Pana (one younger than me) did sun bathing, after some wave surfing.

Than we all played Frisbee Golf and ate hotdog, Philly Sandwich and Baklava. Tomorrow we're going to play golf Inshallah.

Total cost: less than $30. Including Ferry ride and other transportation.

Point: you CAN enjoy life to it's fullest if you want to, whether you are a Diamond or not.

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Friday, July 22, 2005

How to Make Money With Google Adsense

How to Make Money With Google Adsense
Let me start off by saying, any person who owns or is thinking about creating a website would be crazy to ignore this. Earning money with your site, no matter the topic, has become easier than it's ever been before.

People are ecstatic over the earning potential for this free program created by one of the most popular and respected search engines on the Internet.

First of all, earns most of its money by allowing other website owners to advertise on their search result pages. Now you can earn a share of the revenue that Google earns by placing these same text ads on your site. The program is called Adsense.

I don't usually like to use the term 'easy money' because there really is no such thing. You still have to create your own website and learn how to bring in traffic in order to make good money with this program. I don't want to make it sound like you get something for doing absolutely nothing.

However, I've got to say that Adsense is the closest I've ever come to 'fast cash' on the Internet. And what's even better...the program is completely free.

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Thursday, July 21, 2005

TOD content down

I'm taking TOD content down. I have read those pages many times, I didn't see any court order (yet) or find any abusive content in it. But I'm taking it down any way.

Reason: Please don't ask. Some of the mirrors are still up. And looks like they will be for a long time. But.....sigh...

Some people need to learn about the internet. Perhaps me too.

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Quixtar Paradox

Majority of people hate IBOs.


IBOs pull many icky tricks. Pushing, pressuring, secret meeting, condescending attitude etc.


They are usually people with little or no business sense. What do you expect?

This is MLM Paradox. Training systems were supposed to take care of that. But they rather encourages all that. Plus bilk followers tons of money.

Any thing worth some thing need to be monitored. Even non-profit organizations. But Quixtar does not give a damn about many things, as long as money is coming.

I hope they are still environmentally better than wal-mart. This is the one point I give them.

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Wednesday, July 20, 2005

He doesn't know he stink

But he's financially free!

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Tuesday, July 19, 2005

J.O.B rocks

Yeah, my job rocks. It pays me $480 K / year, four months vacation, 4 days a week. 9-4. Food / drinks all free. Car and Vacation packages are also in my pay plan.

We are hiring too, so many people will be able to enjoy it. All we have to do is stare at code all day.

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Saturday, July 16, 2005

Encounter with aliens

I met two IBOs in the wal-mart today!

There is a new wal-mart opened near our house. We went to visit it. My brother works near it. He had to buy steal-toed boots for this job, and I had to buy normal shoes. We found both of them on sale. $10 each!!

Wal-mart rocks. And we bought some other stuff like cricket hat we were unable to find in whole Toronto etc. And oh yes, snorkels for beach etc.

In sports sections, an IBO creeps in and start throwing his pitch to my brother.

My Borther: Looking for baseball bats

IBO: Do you like Baseball too?
My Borther: Yes.

IBO: Are you interested in making money?
My brother: Yes.

Here I come…..

IBO: We are based on a Markham based company and we are expanding in this area and we are looking for some key people here. (Weird accent. Weirder than mine. Stupid immigrants)

Me: Is it a multi-level marketing?

IBO: Yes.
Me: May I ask the company name?

IBO: Blla blee bloo
Me: Well, we don't like MLM, We both are techies.

IBO: Well people are making a lot of money in this and Job just keep you broke ....
Me: Good luck!

After a minute, kicking my self. Why didn't I make fun of him? Caught me off guard. Ok next time!

Counter: A girl standing in front of us. Holy crap, it's the daughter of a platinum from Radisson Open. Let’s bug her.

Me: Hey aren't you daughter of XXXXXX?
She: Yes, how do you know my Dad

Me: Oh he used to show the plan in Radisson open.
She: Does he know you?

Me: I don't think so. It's been 2 years.
She: Oh that long huh.

Me. Yeah!

We pulling stuff from cart. Yup, there are snorkels.

Me: We are going to Peter Island!

She and my brother both are laughing.

Ok, she didn't prospect me. And I didn’t make fun of her. But I’ve got an idea.

If you are an IBO, don't come to me, I'll come to you. And I'll have some fun. Maybe I'll steal your dream :o

Stay tuned. Looks like I'll be going a LOT to that wal-mart. IBOs, I'll be there to prospect you!

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Friday, July 15, 2005

Quix Qlux Qlan

Have you heard any racist, bigoted comment while you were in Quixtar?

I NEVER heard any outside Quixtar in my five years in North America. I won't start on evil white man, I would start from my own Gala LOS.

September 2002, Diamond Open in Radisson Hotel Toronto, ON, Sugeet Ajmani, favourite diamond is showing the plan. I brought a colleague of mine. (European by birth). Shake hand time with the diamond. I brought her. He said in Hindi, "Hey where did you catch her?". She didn't understand but every one else did. And including my sponsor lady, laughed. Funny eh! Our "Desi" ppl who are really not very high in "racist" food chain making bigoted comments like that. And C’mon, that girl wasn't trying to be some body else. We are! We desis are trying to speak some other (and rather stupid) language, adopting another culture and proudly wear ties and all the British shit.

I NEVER saw any "white" people in opens. All desis. I asked many times that how come people here don't know about this wonderful opportunity? Ok whatever. They heard Amway. We didn't.

That girl said "I better learn Hindi". Sure the meeting was in English, but who am I kidding? Even I couldn't understand many Gala speakers. And I got a thick accent myself.

Next stop, upline came to Toronto. Showing some plan. I took a Chinese guy there. Heard comments like, "Where did you find cheenu bhai". Hmmm. I didn't know Chinese were not allowed. Oh yes, he left the meeting early because his friend fell asleep. That qualifies him for that comment. If he would hang out longer and appeared interested, it would be a different story. Moola almighty.

March 2003: A fired up eagle drove down to Toronto. His face was either half burned or effected with some skin disease. Upline promoted him like "If you look at him and see even this guy can go eagle, you'll sure get real fired up". I was even the ppl "getting ahead" got insulted like that? Would I be mentioned to others like that if I make it "big"?

And don't get me started on bigots like Bill Britt etc. Son of a bitch released “Father Power”, and spout non sense regarding screwing environment.

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Thursday, July 14, 2005

Then they came for me

Then they came for me

A good read!

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Wednesday, July 13, 2005

Is Team of Destiny � a Pyramid Scheme?

Is Team of Destiny � a Pyramid Scheme?

Look at that. Another mirror. So disputed content remains despite the lawsuit. What about mirrors in Eorope and Asia?

And no, I'm not telling you more. This one is just a sample. Go find them yourself. Mr. Big shot lawyer.

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What saturation?

Who said Quixtar can saturate?

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Tuesday, July 12, 2005

It's a small small world after all!

Google Earth - Downloads

Get it NOW. See the earth moving

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Sunday, July 10, 2005

Fair IBOs

We can belittle you for not going Diamond, but you can not ask us why we are not Diamond.

We can promote our stupid products all the time, and we can laugh at you for shopping at wal-mart. But if you say any thing bad about our products, we'll call you 'negative' and say some thing derogatory like, "keep making wal-mart rich".

We can send ridiculously stupid kate messages like being in submission to some arrogant jerk (upline) while laughing at you for loving your boss. We also work for some one else though.

We can get away with any bigoted comment about other businesses, while you must not blog about Quixtar.

We can post condescending messages in your blog, while you can not talk about Quixtar in your own blog.

You should not whine and bitch about Quixtar, while we can whine and bitch about your blog.

We'll promptly threaten you the moment you start writing about Quixtar, while returning from 'Free' enterprise.

We will match any thing good happen in your life to Quixtar, like getting a new job because of better public skills etc, but we'll gladly ignore the fact that your lost a lot of time and money in Quixtar.

We will never take responsibility that you lost money in Quixtar under our sponsorship, but we will threaten you when we discover your blog as you are our 'responsibility'.

We will bug people in malls all the time, which is some one else's property, but we'll demote that malls products.

We'll be pulling all sort of 'racist' cards out of our ass, but if any one annoyed by IBOs vouch to beat people wanting to scam their family, we'll promptly call him terrorist.

We'll call you any name in the book, but you can't, as we're helping you.

We travel 10 times more than you, but we'll tell you how to be free.

We can call your broke loser without showing our income.

We can tell you a million anecdotal factoids while miserably failing to show a single solid evidence like tool contract or your tax returns.

We’ll call college education stupid while listening to bigots telling same stupid lay off story all the time (Sugeet got laid off, he should get over it too, right?)

We own an internet business but we listen tapes, physically drive to opens, seminars and showing the plan.

'Integrity' is our core step, but we never tell time and money required to build Quixtar to the new prospects.

We can see our downline LOS and PV in Quixtar website, but they can't see ours. We don't show them our calendar either.

We automatically become dietitians and dermatologists the moment we sign up for Quixtar.

We can joke and bad mouth JOBs but you can't do the same to Quixtar.

We pretend to be a franchise but we really don't care about customers and individual franchiser profitability and saturation etc.

Laws of economics really don't apply to us.

If FTC or any government agency investigates us but doesn't shut down us (find us guility on some accounts), we'll take as "This business has been approved by FTC".

We have no idea what the pyramid is, but we'll always call JOB as pyramid.

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see the front and back :)

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Thursday, July 07, 2005


I'll talk about two tools, tapes and seminars. What exactly is in them:
  • If you don't build Quixtar and watch TV, you won't be able to pay the bill and your marriage will fall apart. (heard literally, word to word)
  • Our life sucked without Quixtar
  • Don't think any thing bad about Quixtar.
  • People who don't do Quixtar are broke.
  • If they don't appear broke, they are broke at "another" level.
  • Quixtar is the only way to make money.
  • Job, business, investment, all bad.
  • Rallies: We struggled to go Diamond too.
  • Do 300 PV, buy tapes, go to seminar, listen to Kate.
  • Quixtar will create world peace. Various nations sponsoring each other etc.
  • Gays can't do this business.
  • It's ok if people don't do Quixtar. I need poor people to do various things for me.
Did I miss any thing from these tape teachings? Or is it still the same thing over and over again? In my one year, August 2002 – May 2003 I didn’t hear any thing different. On the other hand, I studied computer sciences few years ago. Now my sister's computer science syllabus is quite changed.

My point: How does all that crap compares to the college education?

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Wednesday, July 06, 2005

I'm a Broke Loser

I'm a broke loser, standing at my home. I have a JOB as a Software Developer. I didn't pay cash for my car and I couldn't care less. It’s a good car and fuel consumption rocks.

I don't love my boss but I don't have any plans to kill him either. He does give me work but he works himself damn hard as well. Whenever I'm working late buys me dinner.

I spend my weekends camping, playing squash, skate boarding or just trolling in the city. I spend my weeknights watching TV or playing in Gym or poking latest technologies for my career. I love reading some negative internet websites as well.

I'm engaged (to a girl) to a daughter of a very nice family. My engagement ceremony wasn't in a 5 star hotel. I didn’t buy her any expensive stone. If I had million bucks, I wouldn't change a thing!

I'm not a sought after speaker who travels around the world, but I have few professional references. I can work for anyone anywhere sitting right here. Ever heard internet?

I'm not out there building the business on evenings and weekends! Look at me, I'm not even sorry.

I don't have a giant swimming pool in my house, but I got to a great gym and I get to use that pool. With Sauna and Jacuzzi and stuff.

I do some free lancing and make extra dollars on the side. I managed to get rid of my debt using that money. I try to spend less than I make. I don't wear stupid jewelry and I don't think any man should. It's creepy! I'm not losing any self love wearing jeans.

I am in submission to no one except Allah Almighty, and I think that’s the way a Muslim should be. I don’t get kate messages of people telling me how much they love me, and I’m quite happy without them.

I love watching sports and movies. I love spending time with my family. True, at times work get hectic but our CEO treats us with free food and stuff every once a while. I get to fly kite or play Frisbee on the lunch breaks quite often.

I don't want to collect vintage cars, jets or horses. I am thinking of joining a riding or flying club this summer and I'll enjoy these things there. Much easier that way. No hassle! My goals for this summer were to learn skate boarding and swimming. I have learned long boarding.

I live with my dad, 2 brothers, 2 cats and a sister. They are world to me!

Broke Loser.

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Quixtar Business Analysis

Donate $$ to this site. Freedom of speech ain't that free. I'll end it at that.

And no one asked me to write this, or any post. Infact some peeps asked me to remove stuff time to time ;)

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Tuesday, July 05, 2005

Who's responcible

If I'm sold a car from some one I know and trust, would I do an extensive checking? Some will, many won't. I bought a second hand corolla from Toyota. Didn't do much research. Any research at all in fact! Toyota is a good name. Beside, government watches all businesses. Shop is here, not going any where.

And you know what, it's a damn good vehicle giving a great service, mashallah. It's my second most prized possession. (First is my precious).

What if I bought a car from a family friend? I'll believe whatever condition he'll say. I'm no ca expert so I'd look at the mileage, paint and that's all. I'll ask him how is the condition and more likely to believe him. Just like I believed Toyota.

If the car turns out to be crappy, and even mileage is not what it shows, plus I found out that in fine print of sales agreement, I give up my right to complain, whose fault is this? Am I responsible for my loss? Or I am just a victim of fraud?

People who hold an opinion that only greedy or stupid people sign up, read Merchants of Deception. See how a person like you can get involved!

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Congratulations QBlog and Scott Larsen

As per this court shit,
Plaintiffs’ violation of the Protective Order has damaged defendants. Defendants designated the videotape as 'CONFIDENTIAL' to preclude the very conduct which has now occurred—distortions and disinformation by Quixtar-hating Internet zealots.
It is probable that plaintiffs and their counsel have allied themselves with these Internet rumormongers.

Looks like Quixtar has promoted you two to Internet Rumor Mongers and Quixtar Hating Internet Zealot, from Hired stooge and S/M gay. Congratulations!

Who is who by the way?

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Monday, July 04, 2005

Question from PRO Quixtar people

What do you want from critics?

I have been talking to IBOs and other Quixtar loving folks (that's you fleak). Many IBOs, even non system ones (e.g. Fred of MTR) says writing any thing about Quixtar (except positive) is no good. Some went to extreme and call names e.g. "Broke Loser" to "Sadomasochist Homosexual". I agree with Fred on one point though, Quixtar related discussion seems to invite 'wrong' crowd. I don't think I need to explain that ;)

Monday reader mail of Quixtar blog has some real angry mails. How hard it is to get hate mail any way? Write any thing that doesn't laud Quixtar and bam! My first 10 comments were all 'hate'.

I have a question for such people. What exactly you want from me? Delete this blog? Never speak or think about Quixtar? Sign up again? What?

My upline (Ahmer Azam) was on phone with me for like 2 hours when we told him we quit. You guessed it, begging / love bombing to not quit and go to yet another rally. When he discovered this blog, he posted some what on the lines, "admit defeat and move on". Hmm, is it getting whatever u can get depending on the situation? E.g. if online forums were more....IBO friendly, IBOs will be fishing for clients / members aggressively?

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Sunday, July 03, 2005

Why MLM is stupid?

If you have been in Quixtar, you heard it, you can divide your circle into 3 type of people
  1. A list - Family and Friends
  2. B List - Acquaintances
  3. C List - Rest of the world
Of course, you have to eventually start prospecting the C list. Theoretically, you can only sponsor A & B and they only sponsor their A & B list, which may have some one you don't know. But I'd venture to say in reality it never happened. Find me an example of a person who went Q12 and he and his team never went C list.

To go through C list, what do you do? In Quixtar you can't advertise. In the beginning we didn't know that and did some home made advertisement. Posted some ads in mosques and stores. Put some butts on the seats and sponsored some of them. Break few small pins as well. But than we were told it's against the rules.

Ok now what? One on one prospecting? Tuesday is open, Friday is Quest (now pase?) and bunch of STP / follow ups / QIs in between. Some upline plan, some downline follow visit. Some how you have to prospect in between these events.

Did you see any thing wrong with above model? It's grossly inefficient!!! Ad / mass marketing is the way to go! Quixtar prospecting method is just a waste of time and energy. Yours and prospects. With a lot of unethical things you have to do e.g. secret meeting and prospecting in some one else's business property.


PS: I got engaged (with a girl) on April 29th (Or May 29th?). I posted it on da forum but for those who don't hang out in those negative forums .... go ahead, congratulate me.

It was a fun engagement. Lots of kids! And they were hanging from me every where. Kids alawys like me. Food was great. I love food.

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Friday, July 01, 2005

White lies

If you are a prospect, here is how you can find the lies:

IBO: In Quixtar you can be free.
You: Free? Funny you said that. You travel from New Jersy to up here, and I'm sitting in my home. And you are telling me to be free?

IBO: Our leaders are sought after speakers all over the world.
You: Who seek them outside Quixtar? Seriously, who does?

IBO: If you keep on doing what you are doing, where you'll be in 5 years?
You: Same place. I love it! I'm enjoying life to the fullest. Thank God.

IBO: Don't you wanna own Jets, Islands? How about extra $500
You: Dude, that's what you want. Not me! btw do you have those things? Show me!

IBO: I know a person who does. He teaches me!
You: I know someone who teaches that stuff too. Library is full!

IBO: But that person does not have financial interest in you
You: I know a used car sales man who have a lot of financial interest in me. I HATE him.

IBO: Don't you hate your routine?
You: No I love it! Majority of the world don't have what I have.

IBO: Are you telling me you like going to work on Monday?
You: Yes. Do you like traveling here?

IBO: Oh yes, it's been terrific!
You: You are wierd. So going to work on Monday is bad, but driving 15 hours is great?

IBO: Well I'm doing this for our future
You: Really? How much fortune did you make in this trip?

IBO: That's none of your business!
You: Right! telling me that my life sucks is your business?

IBO: Hey I'm here to help you!!
You: Ok, can you mow my lawn please?

IBO: No, I'm here to show you the opportunity. Opportunity doesn't always knock on the door.
You: Opportunities like this are always out there man! Yawn, I'm tired.

IBO: My team is the fastest growing team. You haven't seen any thing like that.
You: How do you know! Btw another guy was saying the same thing. He must be lying?

IBO: You must love your Boss man!
You: Oh yeah I love him! I get a bonner every time I see him. He's hot! You are not bad looking either.......Do you keep your ...uh....options open?

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