Jewelry Ring Conspiracy
By Ken Lewis
May 28, 2007
There is a lesson to be learned here about Jewelry Store demand.
I call it the vast Panic Ring Conspiracy.
Of the millions of traveling tourist, in most cases the wife
picked the time/date and cruise to coincide with either her birthday
or wedding anniversary. The poor memory-challenged male she married
is not aware of the monumental date until they get to the bottom
of the gangway in a small port in Alaska. An overwhelming panicky
man must find a way to offset, not being ahead of this important
date. Bada-Bing-Bling-Bling Baby.
Jewelry store growth is based
exclusively upon demand; demand in this case is due to man's
inability to mathematically calculate dates that to him, fly
out of no-where. Just like dogs cannot help rolling in stinky
stuff, men cannot control this instinctual flaw in their make
up. Martha Stewart doesn't get it.
If there were no jewelry stores, many men would hold their head
in shame through most of the inside passage. An alternative to
a petition might be legislation that gave a husband a two week
waiver when important dates fell during travel trips. Call your
Received May 27, 2007 - Published May 28, 2007
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