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There was once a couple named Nancy and Mike Tate, and it was their life's dream to have a compass company. They finally saved enough money and started the Tate's Compass Company. Luck was with them, for the first contract they acquired was to manufacture 750,000 compasses for the Boy Scouts.
Nancy and Mike worked feverishly day and night to meet their deadline, and finished just before the Boy Scout Jamboree was to begin. On the day of the Boy Scout Wilderness hike, each boy scout was given a Tate's Compass to help them find their way. Unfortunately, it was discovered a little too late that every single compass was made with the colored point of the needle facing
the wrong way, so when one was facing North, the needle pointed to the South.
Needless to say, all of the boy scouts got lost and it was the biggest fiasco known in Boy Scout history. The Tate's compass company went out of business, but from this experience came the familiar adage, "He who has a Tate's is lost." (Say it out loud).
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Thanks to: Dede Molter - USA.
rec.:Oct/3/1998    pub.:Oct/3/1998    sent:Oct/3/1998


Ranking: 1.98 / 43
I stand behind every car I sell said the previously owned sales rep.
I help push it!
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Thanks to: Anonymous - USA.
rec.:Apr/20/2010    pub.:Apr/20/2010    sent:Aug/23/2010


Ranking: 2.09 / 34
Did you hear about the problems in the Woodworkers Union?

A radical group broke off and formed a splinter group.
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Thanks to: Mark O.
rec.:Jan/9/1999    pub.:Jan/9/1999    sent:Jan/9/1999


Ranking: 2.85 / 13
Jim, a collections specialist, was on his first day of work for his new employer and was assigned to collect a past due balance from a company that was a customer of his employer. He had been provided with a standard script that he was to use where he was to ask for "Accounts Payable" when calling the customer so that he could talk with someone about the payment of the past due bill.He made the call, asked the receptionist for "Accounts Payable", and waited for what seemed to be forever on hold. Finally, after a very long time, the receptionist, who was also on her first day on the job and new to the world of business, came back on the phone and stated, "I am sorry, but I have looked down our list of employees and I do not find anyone named Accounts Payable."
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Thanks to: Hans - USA.
rec.:Jul/22/2012    pub.:May/28/2013


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