Stuck in a tropical paradise with nothing to do

In a development so astonishing that this month's issue of Astonishing Developments Magazine has been held back for a complete rework to accommodate it, "Colourful Perth businessman Warren Anderson has fallen out with his friend Tim Johnston - the founder of failed fuel technology company Firepower - after chasing him to Bali."

Apparently Tim wouldn't meet with Warren. Poor Warren. Everybody, all together: "Awwwwww."

All Warren now has to comfort himself with is the millions of dollars he made by offloading his Firepower shares before they, inevitably, fell to zero. And, um, also all of his numerous other millions.

But he does get points for using the word "henchman" to describe another of Johnston's business associates.

2 Responses to “Stuck in a tropical paradise with nothing to do”

  1. pompomtom Says:

    So he's a "colourful ... businessman" with at least one "henchman".

    The more you go on about it, the more attractive this 'scamming eedjits with fuel pills' game seems.

  2. unfunk Says:

    You should give us some heads-up on the next scam so we can all buy shares then dump them before it all goes sour :D

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