Friday, July 7, 2017

The Quest for Her Appreciation

“Pottery,” he said, “is the business that she deals with!”

“Okay, then let's get into pottery, so that we can reach her!”

“I say we're not into pottery well enough to begin with to be able to seem legit for just entering that business, except by buying an enterprise that is into it!”

“Yeah, I guess that's true! WE shouldn't be seemingly into that from the beginning!”

“I know a chain of stores that I think deals enough with it, without that being too much for the buy to be or seem foolish for us to do.”

“Great! Can we buy it though?”

“Hardly. But we could if we manage to have our father help us with it!”

“Alright, buddy! Let's say to him that we both find that chain to be a good and suitable start for us to be into enterprise of goods that are can be bought by ordinary people.”

“Hmm. I already thought of that. But then he most likely will say that we should get into business with that ex-wife and son-in-law of his!”

“Oh, that! ... I don't want that, for sure! And I understand that neither do you, right?”

“No, I don't! So let's try to deal with it some other way than that!”

“Yeah! Of course, then. But how shall we be able to get into something about what there is to her kind of business without there being any such traps to it?!”

“I have a plan that is that if you pretend to be stuck with business that is about corrupt stuff of some kind, and that you have to use me as a fallback, then he might be willing to help both of us, to the extent he believes we're both too corrupt to be introduced into the businesses of his ex.”

“I propose you also seem to be stuck in something of the wrong kinds of business, then! Or how else shall we get him to feel that neither of us should rather be into their business?!”

“I can pretend to be into dealing with dangerous people that are not very corrupt, that is in the ordinary sense, but whom I could get away from to the extent there seems to be a business that pays of better and that they don't have to mind me doing!”

His half-brother looked thoughtful. “Yeah, that seems like a good enough excuse for not seeming too well-suited for their businesses! But how shall we pretend to be into all of this without there seeming to be reason for him to look into it?!”

“By saying to him that we absolutely cannot seem to be into that he should be dealing with 'em.”

“That we should both be scared enough of those whom we are dealing with to want him not to probe into our businesses with them?!”

“Yeah, that's what!”

“Then what shall we tell him when he asks what we both got into such enterprise for?!”

“I tell him that I cannot deal with them as if they would not want my help at times, and you can say that they seem to be into completely ruining ones reputation - and even one's family's - to the extent one seems to deceive them badly!”

“Then how can we tell him that we aren't really into some stuff that would disqualify us from being helped at all?!”

“We have to show him that we feel like being different from what we become if we tend to deal with such people!”

“Hmm. Okay,” he said hesitantly. “Then I've got to make sure I can seem to be corrupt only on the surface! And you to, then, in that other fashion, I suppose.”

“Correct! Now we simply need to learn to act in ways that tend to seem like we are for real of being frightened of them, and of tending to have to deal with them anyway!”

“Good! Okay, let's do that!”

“Right now?”

“I don't know! Perhaps we could even start right at this very minute! Perhaps, that is.”

“I guess I could start by telling you to say to yourself that you're into a business that should embarrass those whom you really want to be dealing with! And perhaps you can be telling me how to act as if I was frightened by something of a consortium of people whom I don't want to deal with but who are already there in my business!”

“Yeah, let's start with that!”

“Thereby we can together learn how to act in a way so that he loans us that money!”


“Then, at last, we can reach her domains, and then perhaps you can start to deal with her as a fellow entrepreneur in something of the same businesses!”

After about two and a half weeks the two brothers talked to their father and he agreed to loan them the money. But to the extent they didn't pay it back, he threatened to sue them for it!

Thereby the two aspiring men of pottery-entailing business needed to be very careful about how they dealt with their new enterprise. In this they were able to form a corporation that could buy two chains of stores. One was the one that included fairly much pottery in their goods assortment. The other was a clothing chain.

The girl whom one of the brothers was in love with turned out to be interested in him only to the extent he was into the art of pottery, though. So that he tried to pretend to be. She found out though, and was disappointed at him. After two years of him trying to convince her to find him a match for her, she finally told him that if he really wanted her, then he could be into saying to himself that she wouldn't be fooled by a businessman trying to be an artist, though he could perhaps be an artist by aspiring to view art as what there is to actual reverence of life's true values!

When he tried this, though, he failed to compete n business and thereby went bankrupt. He was not able even to be responsible enough in business for his half-brother to be able to help him! Thereby he was not any longer the respectable type man that the girl that it was all about would tend to be into business with. To the extent he tried to contact her, she said that she knew of nothing that could say that he was into good enough business nor good enough artistry to be her match.

This broke his self-confidence very much. ...

Two years later, he tried for a job in a market that was about producing ladders and other equipment for storage areas. When applying, he found in himself a tendency not to want to apply to it in any other sense than trying to be into something that would get him to seem to be interested in stuff that seemed to match her criteria for what a good match for her would be!

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