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He kinda reminds me of Spoony, look-wise.
Do we know if he actually is rich? Or is he "I'm a real estate agent and lease a BMW so my clients will think I'm really good" rich?
I've known a lot of guys that are into get-rich-quick schemes and scams and have 100 "businesses". They usually have a fully leased lifestyle and think there true ballers, but the key giveaway is that they care WAY too much about letting everyone else know about their "rise to success" and how painfully unique they are.
I was thinking this guy seemed like he is probably a furry before I even read that. Something about low-tier nerds with inflated egos who talk in a flowery way to sound funny always end up being animal people.Took a “temporary” job standing on a street-corner, waving a sign for a retail store while wearing a goofy costume... for almost three years…
They're both missing integral chunks of the equation.
See, you need 2 of the following 3 to get the kind of woman these guys are after:
You can absolutely do it it you're a rich, attractive cocksucker, or a wealthy, but kind of ugly fat guy with a great personality and sense of humor, or if you're poor, but good looking and charming to be around. Any of these will do just fine.
The issue with guys like Nate are that while he has money, he's a asshole AND he's not attractive enough to get away with it.
Lucas kinda fails on all fronts, but even if he was as nice of a guy as he thinks, he'd still be as hideous deadbeat.
You don't have to be perfect, but this IT help desk looking motherfucker with the conceited attitude?
Yeah, that won't hack it.
All in all, guy is a mess. I do love the hair, though. Long hair on a skinny guy at his age, very tasteful. I wonder if his husband knows he's wearing it like that.
Yep. These guys you can tell a mile off. They usually post things about how their detractors or the detractors of whatever shitty "bizopps" they've dreamed up (read: Ponzi schemes) are just jealous. The tell tale phrases are epithets applied to their detractors like "trading time for money" and "poverty mentality" and "fear of failure."
Speaking of which, I just had a popup advert from one of these worthies and having investigated him further I'm thinking he may be threadworthy.
I say go for it, as it's always good to keep a track of what these snake oil salesmen get up to online. Scamcows are something that should be looked into with a lot more detail. Plus we're providing some good consumer advice, which should hopefully stop people falling for their schemes.
Yeah, he seems more likely to be a less-notable Martin Shkreli redux than a supreme gentlman.I don't know, honestly. He's far too smug about everything to break. If anything I'm wondering how long he can keep the entrepreneur charade going until the authorities catch on to his dodgy dealings.