Become a Millionaire Overnight and Lose 20 Pounds in 2 Weeks, or Your Money Back
Publication Date: May 10, 2011
List Price: $16.99*
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Do you want to be rich? Really rich? Like, Tom Selleck rich? Buy this book and we guarantee a lifetime of obscene wealth---or your money back *
The Florida Panhandle's most renowned top-gun entrepreneurs, The Dollar Bills, will teach you all the tricks of the trade to get rich fast and look great doing it:
--Learn "The 5 Cs of Credit" (Cancun, Convertibles, Cognac, Chinchilla Coats, Cuticles)
--Invest in exotic pets and floating assets (i.e., cigarette boats, pontoon boats, and other personal watercraft)
--Get to know Freddie Mac, and learn why he should be respected (he was the hard-hitting, two-time Pro Bowl safety for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers during the mid-'80s)
"Loaded : Become a Millionaire Overnight and Lose 20 Pounds in 2 Weeks, or Your Money Back" shares all these hot tips, and many, many more--from the investing pair with the Midas touch Turn your life---and your bathroom fixtures---to 24-karat gold with The Dollar Bills
*We're never giving you your money back.
Willie Geist is the host of MSNBC’s Way Too Early with Willie Geist and the co-host of Morning Joe. He is the author of the New York Times bestseller American Freak Show. Geist, who lives in New York with his wife and two children, has been compared to a young Josh Groban.
Boyd McDonnell is a TV development and production executive in Los Angeles, where he lives with his wife and three children. This is his first romance novel.
Advance Praise for Loaded!
“These guys are idiots. I wouldn’t trust The Dollar Bills to wash my limousine, let alone give me financial advice. With American minds like these poisoning our society, it's no wonder the Chinese are passing us by.”
Even More Praise for Loaded
“Humorist and Morning Joe co-host Geist teams with writing partner McDonnell to produce funny new book all about the Benjamins… You might already be in the poorhouse pining for the long-lost American Dream, but at least the Dollar Bills provide some absurd laughs while you’re there.”