The Utility Sickle
Adam Crolsow, CEO Cogworks Inc.
BECAUSE WHEN YOU'RE AT YOUR WORST, THE UTILITY SICKLE IS LIKE A PURSE
BY GOLLY, WHAT IS IT?
It's a tweezer-clamping-crop-netting-knife-slashing-corn-cobbing sickle that has too many uses! You can harvest corn and wheat with the sickle, pull out vegetables with the tweezers, and use the knife to get off the husks, and store them all in the net! It's for anyone who struggles with multiple tools! And don't worry, we'll make yours exactly the way you want! That's right! It's custom made for you!
WELL HOW DO I GET THIS AMAZING INVENTION?
You can find Cogworks Inc. on every capital in every state! Just call 1-800-COG-WORK and you can get this amazing offer for one easy payment of $4.99 and five hard payments of $499.99 and we'll deliver it to you! Just pay $99.99 for shipping and handling! That's $404.94 for just the price of one!
I DON'T BELIEVE YOU GUYS DON'T DO WELL!
Well I have one thing to say to you:
YOU'RE COMPLETELY WRONG! We sell 78 units a day and statistically we make $1,289 a day just with this product! 9 out of 10 farmers say that this is the most effiecient tool they've used!*
WHAT IF MY SICKLE BREAKS? I DON'T KNOW WHAT TO DO
If your sickle beaks, than just send it back in, and we'll fix everything and polish it three times! And it only takes $49.99! Just send it to 123 Plaegrownd Stret or call us at 1-800-COGWORK and we'll fix it right away!
HOW CAN THIS HELP 'MURICA?
75% of the funds will be used to buy sweet fruits, healthy vegetables, fresh bread, and clean meat. The rest will be used for me to buy marshmallows and chocolates.
ABOUT COGWORKS INC.
In the year 1789, the founder of our company, who is none other than Eli Whitney, loved to make new products, he wanted to spread his love for making brilliant things and got 5,000 people working for him and made Cogworks Inc. He then built many factories and workshops where they would make custom made items for specific people and then they would deliver it. We have been using this system for many years.
Eli Whitney invented the cotton gin before Cogworks Inc., so he was individually making it. When he founded Cogworks Inc., he then started mass producing (using the factory system) its interchangeable parts. One employee had an idea and thought, "What if each part had a different design?" and so each part then got their own design, just so people can personalize their own.
When the Industrial Revolution came along, Eli and his coworkers started mass producing cotton gins and adding designs on them. The farmers went crazy and the business almost broke down. But Eli had gave his all and never gave up.
Now 200 years later we started to go bankrupt.
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