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Author: orvillepop Two stars, 250 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 3734  
Subject: Re: More on The Apprentice's fraud Date: 2/28/2004 5:13 AM
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I still think Tammy should have gone home after her display the previous week with the celebrity auction ... her requests were rediculous.

I think the idea is to extract the highest possible worth of auction that the celebrities would be willing to donate in that way they would derive the highest bid. Most were just trying to appease the celebrities and get them to any agreement of the least they would volunteer. Tammy may have been insulting in that way but I think she had the right strategy to start high and then come down whilst her group thought she was out her mind.

Isnt that the point of these negotiations? Maybe its just too many people talking that just coming to agreement is a victory in itself...

what about the average joe final? could be something there...

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