October 30, 2015 – Prankster Alan Abel & Venture and Vultures Chapter Thirteen

Alan Abel

Alan Abel

Alan Abel – Professional Media Prankster

Alan Abel is a man of many talents. Though he has impressed many with talents such as drum soloing, acting, filmaking, writing, and speaking, he is most famous, or should I say infamous for his pranks. Following the Watergate scandal, Abel hired an actor to pose as Deep Throat before 150 reporters. The actor was offered $100,000 to sell the rights to his story, began quarreling with his purported wife, then fainted and was whisked away in a waiting ambulance. Among his most famous is his S.I.N.A hoax, a fake organization created to convince people that there was an organization whose sole purpose was to clothe animals in the name of modesty. In truth, it was a satirical allegory making a statement on the issue of censorship. As with most of his work, his pranks carry a deeper meaning that, much like their comedic value, can only truly be appreciated from an arms length. For his library (and it’s a good one), check here!

 

 

This show features the latest episode of our entrepreneurial serial podcast! The story is called “Venture and Vultures: An Entrepreneurial Thriller.” Here is Chapter Thirteen. Hope you enjoy! 

A Review of Past Episodes…..

Prologue - “Boys, Do You Understood How a Loan Works?”
Chapter One - “The Name of the Game Is Guts”
Chapter Two - “You Don’t Have a Clue”
Chapter Three – “So, What Are the Next Steps?”
Chapter Four – “Its Like a Vacuum in There!”
Chapter Five – “Can We Break Even?”
Chapter Six – ”Drive Faster, the Cell Is Not Working”
Chapter Seven, “You Want Flooding Keyboards or First Period?”
Chapter Eight, “Why Does He Keep Pulling his Dick?”
Chapter Nine, “4000 Miles in 3 Days!”
Chapter Ten, “Dude! We Are on Fire!”
Chapter Eleven, “You’ve Done Surprisingly Well”
Chapter Twelve, “Things Look Really Bad”

and now Chapter Thirteen, “Are You Looking for Investors?”
Venture and Vultures Chapter 13

 

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