Years ago my husband and I took a vacation to Florida.  One morning as we were on our way to breakfast we got stopped by this guy who offered us a free breakfast and a gift card for listening to a short presentation.  Being still rather naive, we agreed, only to find out it was a sales pitch for a time share.  And despite what the first guy had said, this was certainly not a “short” presentation.  We were in no position whatsoever to be investing in a time share at that point in our lives, but the salesman kept reiterating one point throughout his speech.  He said it so often we still use it as an inside joke.  This was his trump card; his best argument.  With a time share, he pointed out, you get a deed.  When you stay in a hotel, “All you get is a receipt.”

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