Arnold goes into a technology store and starts looking around. He sees a game console and ultra high definition TV, but there was no price listed on them. He asked the salesman; “How much are these console and TV?”
“Ten dollars for both of them,” the salesman answers.
“Damn! Are you kidding me?”Arthur replies unbelievingly.
“No, that’s the price,” the salesman replies, “Do you want to buy them or not?”
“Yeah,I’ll take them!” the Arnold response.
He continues to look around and see a home theatre system with bluray player,amplifier, speakers, and subwoofers. “How much does it costs?” he asks.
“Ten dollars for the system,” the salesman answers.
“Is it stolen?” Arnold asks.
“No,” says the salesman, “It’s brand new, do you want to buy it or not?”
“Sure,” the customer replies. He looks around some more.
Next Arnold finds a powerful laptop computer and a printer. “How much?”
“Ten dollars,” was the salesman response.
“I’ll take that too!”Arnold says.
As the salesman is ringing up the purchases,Arthur asks him,
“Why are these electronic items so cheap?”
The salesman answers,“Well, the owner of the store is at my house right now with my wife.
What he’s doing to my wife, I’m doing to his business!”