[Stiggers] Decoding the Code


Ken Stiggers

Boneqweesha Jones: "Welcome to the early morning edition of ‘Good Morning Ghetto'. My guest is Brother Hustle, Ghetto Science Team senior business and economics consultant. He's here to talk about his upcoming financial empowerment seminar titled ‘Compensatory Investment Request: Stay out of Jail and Acquire Capital.'

"Brother Hustle, are you talking in code?"

Brother Hustle: "Yes, ‘Qweesha, I'm speaking in code. And I want to share this code with residents of the Ghetto Science Community regarding how to acquire capital and avoid imprisonment through a method called CIR, or compensatory investment request."

Boneqweesha Jones: "You've got to decode your code, Brother Hustle."

Brother Hustle: "I'm saying that the unemployed, financially challenged worker can get capital through begging, aka compensatory investment requests. Begging to acquire capital is a common practice in this capitalistic society. In the 1980s, a CEO named Lee Iacocca made a compensatory investment request to the government for Chrysler Corporation. After he got the capital, his Chrysler Corporation made a six-passenger, front-wheel-drive hoopty called the ‘K-Car.'

"When I couldn't find a job, I decided to establish myself as a street vendor and entrepreneur by making several compensatory investment requests. The capital from my ‘begging' helped finance my Juicy Juice on Ice Refreshment Stands and Mobile Bill-Payment Service.

Bonqweesha Jones: "Like the good book says, ‘Ask and it shall be given.' Now I understand the code."


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