This is your daily reminder that there is no reason to sell toilet paper on Facebook. If you choose to do so then you are a predatory, morally bankrupt individual, and you risk being featured on TB for attempting to profit off of an epidemic. You are a consumer. You are not a business owner or an entrepreneur if you horde items in short supply for the purpose of reselling them on Facebook. Business owners pay taxes, register with the state, pay filing fees, and other assorted costs that come with operating a business. Today’s winner is Jill Martin of New Bedford.
Again, there is absolutely no reason for Chef Ployardee to have acquired so much toilet paper that she now has a surplus to sell. And quite frankly, I would imagine this woman takes enormous dumps so perhaps she should consider holding onto what she has.
Here she is participating in what I like to call a New Bedford picnic.
A woman sitting on a blanket in her triple decker’s weed filled driveway with nothing more than a pack of Newports and a basket full of broken dreams.
In the ultimate twist of Milkshake Maggie recently was given free eggs after reaching out to a stranger on Facebook.
Apparently she is not as charitable as others. She will gladly shove free eggs dow her gullet, but the second she sees a chance to profit off of a national emergency she will do so.
Jill is “self employed,” and works as a “consultant” for her “business.” In other words, she doesn’t have a job and but she does have wifi and wants you to buy her garbage so she can pretend that she’s not a drain on society.
I guess the consulting business isn’t going too well, which is why she feels the need to rip off other people online.
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