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(Wall Street Journal)   Brooklyn-based entrepreneur and other competitive jump ropers in NYC charge up to $500-1000 per hour to teach adults how to do the double Dutch   ( ) divider line 5
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1996 clicks; posted to Main » on 27 Jul 2013 at 8:50 PM (2 years ago)   |  Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2013-07-27 10:11:21 PM  
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I'll consult with my life coach to find out if this is a good deal.
2013-07-28 01:43:26 AM  
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King Something: In related news, welcome to Brooklyn.

I was born in Brooklyn. We left. It was a dump. Now everyone is going back.
2013-07-27 09:18:34 PM  
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BlackMtnMan: Sounds kinky...I likes.

Double dutch rudder?
2013-07-27 09:02:50 PM  
1 vote:
In related news, whoever is asking for such prices is an attention whore.  I'm willing to bet they don't have a single customer, but they managed to get their name in the WSJ without spending a penny.  Reminds me of that 2nd rate pizza place in midtown that managed to get their name in the national news by offer in a $100k gold-leaf pizza.  That was  Over 20 years ago, and they never sold a single one of those pizzas.  But they still have the articles from several major newspapers on a billboard outside the door.
2013-07-27 08:55:34 PM  
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Why is it strange? If someone wants to overcharge for a service, and someone is willing to pay and both are happy, then I don't have a problem.
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