Man gets attacked by land-shark, nearly loses wallet


If you are planning to go to Hawaii for the first time, you should probably be warned that you may likely meet a nice person offering you free stuff and the only thing that you have to do is listen to a 90 minute presentation.  In this interesting article, Jim Benning details his experience at a time-share presentation in Hawaii.  For his time, he was offered a free snorkeling excursion.  Was the time he spent listening to the time-share presentation worth it?  Here’s what he says:

The snorkel trip was great. But it was was hardly worth the pain.

I promised myself I’d never jump into those shark-infested time-share sales waters again.

 

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