Jim: "I remember this one time I had this guy call me up, wanted to pitch me. Right? Wanted to sell me stock, so I let him. I got every bleepin' rebuttal out of this guy. I kept him on the phone for an hour and a half. Towards the end, I asked him buying questions like, 'What's the firm minimum?' That's a buying question. Right there, that guy's gotta take me down. It's not like I asked him 'What's your 800 number?'. That's a bleep-off question. I was giving him a run, and he blew it. Okay? To a question like 'What's the firm minimum?' the answer is zero. You don't like the idea; don't pick up a single share. But this putz in telling me, you know, 'Uh, 100 shares.'. Wrong answer! No!"