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Good Idea!: Man Submits Drawing Of Spider Instead Of Payment For Overdue Account

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David Thorne didn't have the $233.95 to pay an overdue account. So what did he do? What any other budding young genius would do, he submitted a picture of a spider he drew instead. Unfortunately, Jane Gilles, who is clearly a mega-bitch to the nth degree, wouldn't accept it. So what happened next? Hit the jump to find out. But I'll give you a hint: time travel! And also, David's account not getting paid.

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EDIT: Here's the original page which provides a little more info.

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I do not have any money so am sending you this drawing I did of a spider instead [beyond]

Thanks to Kenny, who knows a good drawing of a ninja turtle can settle any debt.

There are Comments.
  • ThePracticalEconomist

    There are companies whose policies are so patently ridiculous that this kind of strategy is not just funny, but is justifiably a way to go...because it's the only way you can fight.

    But, sadly, there are many who simply looking to be "operators," and want to take what they ca get without paying their way. They're probably also the ones who cheer on the President when he talks about Income Inequality instead of Opportunity Inequality.

  • Marty Le Renard

    Although I don't think we can call Jane a mega-bitch. She did return the drawing. Twice.

  • BOSS STATUS F THOSE BILLS

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