Too Much Stuff
There’s an economic term called excess capacity.
It means something has much more capacity, usually productive capacity, that there is demand on the market.
This is often due to building too much too fast, expecting rising demand to keep rising.
But when demand falls, you find yourself with a bunch of factories that can produce a bunch of stuff, but not a lot of people want to buy so much stuff.
This doesn’t just apply to factories, but houses, retail space or anything that is build to serve demand.
Dead Mall Syndrome
One blatant example of this is there are a growing number of malls that are shut down.
As the economy was booming, developers kept building more and more malls to keep up with demand.
But now there is not nearly enough demand for the massive amount of malls, so they are shutting down.
High Digit Goofballs
There’s this rich group of pranksters that have been conning companies for a few years.
They started off as regular, entrepreneurs, and got really rich really quickly.
But they made so much money, just building companies and selling them was no longer enough to keep them entertained.
So they started conning companies not only for profit, but for fun.
First they find a need that a particular company has.
And unmet need that doesn’t quite exist on the marketplace and therefore on that the company hasn’t quite identified.
Unleash The Con
Then they create three or four separate groups, who contact the company over the course of three or four months.
Each company has a completely artificial pitch, filled with a bunch of nonsense, but sounds legitimate.
This convinces the company that they’d better fill this need, which doesn’t really exist, before their imaginary competition gets a leg up.
Then the day comes when they all show up to pitch their own version of their own product, to this company who is, by now, desperate to fill a need that doesn’t really exist.
There’s this group of clairvoyants who pooled their resources together to create a very compelling business.
They kept getting hired to talk spirits who were haunting houses and otherwise giving people a hard time.
So they’d show up, get everybody clued in, and contact the spirits.
Then they’d find out what the spirits wanted, and kindly ask them to leave this nice people alone.
Most of time it worked.
You Guys Seeing This?
But then one day, during a clairvoyant seminar, a couple of the ghost chasers started talking one night after drinks.
They started to compare notes on all the spirits they’d been chasing out of haunted houses, and realized it really was a small group of the same spirits.
And it turned out these spirits were just really bored.
So these clairvoyants got together, and contacted all these spirits and figured out what they wanted.
Trans-Dimensional Business Model
Then they created the first ever company that spans both the human dimension and the ghost dimension.
Of course, this isn’t a publicly traded company, this must be as secret as possible.
Because now they offer a ghost for hire service.
For example, if you wanted to get back at your boss, you could hire these guys and they would send the spirits to your bosses house.
The ghost would show up every night while he was sleeping, and make up a bunch of creepy things to say to him.
Then the ghost would tell the boss to quit his job, go out into the desert and offer penance to the spirit world or his soul would be forever damned to hell.
Then you’d have no more boss problem.
Get Rid Of Your Ex For Good
Or maybe if you had a problem with an ex that wouldn’t leave you alone.
Invite your ex over for one last fling, and hire a ghost for the night to appear to them and say they are going to be driven insane.
Your ex will be then much to terrified to come over to your house, and you’ll never have to worry about them again.
Or perhaps if you’ve having a test in school, and you aren’t quite prepared, you only need to hire a ghost for ten minutes.
Long enough to make your teacher pass out in terror before handing out the tests.
Then you and all your friends could pretend to be traumatized, which would give you at least a couple extra weeks to study.
None Of This Makes Much Sense
When they come and pitch their product, they all sounds similarly ridiculous.
But because these ridiculous stories are presented with so much seriousness, you don’t know which is true.
So you buy the cheapest one.
Then they take they money, provide some very cheap but imaginary service, and everybody lives happily ever after.
We’re All Mall Rats
One conspiracy theory is that all the elites who are slowly taking over the planet, are going to leverage the closed down malls and retail space.
This may be simply a lucky coincidence for them, or maybe they’ve planned it all along.
But their goal is to continue to collapse the economy, until anybody that is now in the middle class or lower will be unemployed and homeless.
At which time they’ll move us into the empty malls and retail space.
So, you may as well stake out a claim at a good spot.
Like find a nice store in a mall, put up a couple of tends, and figure out a way to lock it up and night so the raccoons or squirrels don’t come in and bother you while you sleep.
The positive thing about living in malls or an abandoned Walmart is they’ll have running toilets, so you won’t need to poop on the street.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.