Jacky sees that ben is getting more people than him

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plan into his book titled “How to manipulate the workforce 101.” Jacky sees that Ben is getting more people than him and shrugs it off. But the sees that nobody is at his (excluding like 2 people). Now that Jacky is mad, he buys the manipulating the workforce book only to realize that he can't read english so he gets his assistant to read it for him, which didn't help because Ben’s grammar is just as bad as his employees’ work conditions. So what does Jacky do? It's simple, he sets up a way for people to make their own ramen, sure it takes longer but for some reason people are willing to do it, and Jacky doesn't even have to pay workers subpar wages. (what a nice guy amirite). Ben realizes this and tries something new for once in his life. A delivery system… Ben takes his broken down Pontiac Trans Am and tries to get it working but then realizes he stole it and he would be risking a bit trying to drive it (he doesn't have a driver’s licence either). What does Ben do for his delivery system then, well he makes those underpaid employees ride rusty bikes to the customers. Ben realizes what he has just done and implements a weight loss program within his business, which brings in more people. Jacky seems defeated, but he still has fight left in him. Jacky starts to post random ads on the internet for his store, in
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Chris Mercer hopes that someone will be annoyed enough to the point where they will go for the hell of it. Big Uncle Ben doesn't even know what the internet is but then after his grandson told him the basics he got into chat rooms with other store owners in hopes to get some advice for his debacle.
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