Mr. T: Gold Salesman. Supposedly Legitimate Financial TV Network.

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25 Responses to “Mr. T: Gold Salesman. Supposedly Legitimate Financial TV Network.”

  1. Boba Fett Diop says:

    You know, when I want investment advice, the first person I always turn to is a NIGHT ELF MOHAWK!

  2. Brainspore says:

    Some people wear their political leanings on their sleeves. Others wear their investment portfolios around their necks.

  3. Loraan says:

    Oh my fucking Bob. A half-rate actor is pushing a third-rate “investment” from a fourth-rate company on what’s supposed to be a first-rate “news network.”

    Tell me again how Old Media deserves to live?

  4. Teller says:

    Even if the tagline isn’t “Sell me your gold, suckah” it is anyway.

  5. Swizzlebat says:

    Would that make pyrite “I pity the fool’s” gold? But seriously, I’m sorry to see T’s mohawk is looking sort of thin and Kim Jong Il-ish these days. Still full of the old nonsense, though. {Slapping thigh in hearty amusement} O-ho-ho-ho: Mr. T!!

  6. Antinous / Moderator says:

    What’s with his hair? He’s starting to look like a troll doll.

  7. scifijazznik says:

    I pity the fool’s gold.

  8. batu b says:

    Sucks. His talent and existence could be directed to such good use.

  9. Anon022 says:

    I pity the foo that doesn’t sell Mr T their gold.

  10. hdon says:

    “Don’t tell them that you’re free. You can’t be free yet.”

    What did that suit mean by that?

  11. Attack Hamster says:

    Reminded me of this geezer who sent them a load of tat sprayed with gold paint:

    http://www.cockeyed.com/citizen/goldkit/gold_kit.shtml

  12. Digilante says:

    America, the land where your fellow citizen will kick you even when you’re down. To explain: I figure that when in the US something is being marketed at this level, it indicates the end of the bubble, and time to sell.

    • Anonymous says:

      This is just the bubble getting started. The bubble is over when everyone in this comment thread is talking about how much they’ve made on gold so far, and how they’re all quitting their jobs to buy and sell gold full time.

  13. Ugly Canuck says:

    Gold! Gold!

    A song , just for the rush…

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G_ITf7u4XRA

    …of gold…give me your gold…give it to me… you’ve got that nugget in your hand in your head…gold!!

  14. Anonymous says:

    The Inca and Maya did not have any interests in gold, the actually valued obsidian and jade above other things. To them gold was a simple metal.

  15. Broken Window says:

    Sell your gold to mr. T, while you can. The next QE will make the dollar so much stronger. Honestly.

  16. IPFREELY says:

    Mr. T Beck?

  17. boingboingdave says:

    so tired of worn out celebrities pitching sleazy gold mail in/check loan/etc businesses. i expect this from arsenio hall and montel williams, but mr t? say it aint so

  18. Johnny Justice says:

    Didn’t Mr. T stop wearing all those chains out of respect for the less fortunate?

    • Ugly Canuck says:

      His chains are a statement about slavery – I thought.

    • License Farm says:

      It was my recollection that Mr. T stopped wearing his chains after witnessing the effects of Hurricane Katrina, & suddenly being humbled to stop flaunting his wealth after seeing the suffering of others. Guess empathy only goes so far towards a new BMW.

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