It is here that ben learns that the new rivals name

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being run over by a bus and three police interceptors. It is here that Ben learns that the new rival’s name is Jacky. Ben starts off by making fun of his name and getting told to piss off. As Ben is sitting in his store just thinking about what to write for his new book it strikes him… He's worried about Jacky. He keeps trying to push himself harder to try and make a decent book so he has a fighting chance (the last time he had a rival was about 50-60 years ago in middle school). Ben then realizes that he has no ideas once so ever and wants to either slack off and watch youtube all week or sleep. People across the town have been noticing the rivalry and are starting
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Chris Mercer to get anxious. They remember that the last time a rivalry happened with Big Uncle Ben, it ended with a car upside down inside of an elevator. After a week of doing absolutely nothing, Ben decides to check on how his rival is doing. A new sign is up and it reads “we now cook ramen in a coffee maker too!” Then Ben realizes that there is a line at Jacky’s store and not one person at his. Ben thinks to himself “How did he get a coffee maker, those are expensive”. Then he steals one from some random trashcan around his store. Ben realizes a flaw with Jacky’s store now, the lines are so big people are getting into fights about who gets next. This is especially bad if the cops are there fighting too. Ben decides that he is going to have multiple lines at his store and pay people below minimum wage to work for him. “What a genius i am” he says as he writes his plan into his book titled “How to manipulate the workforce 101.” Jacky sees that Ben is getting
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