Everyone knows him. He’s the guy who has the latest gadget or highly anticipated new release before it hits the shelves. If you need it, he can get it. Just like Master P, he’s got the hook-up. He knows a guy who knows a guy who can get you anything you want at a price that makes you question the legality of the transaction.
A 64 inch hi-def tv for $100? He can get it for you. A bottle of the world’s most expensive wine, a 1787 Chateau Lafite Bordeaux, which incidentally belonged to Thomas Jefferson? Sure, not a problem. It’ll be $250, no questions asked. What about a copy of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows? It doesn’t even matter that the film isn’t finished being made; he can get you the director’s cut on DVD or Blu-ray.
When pressed about his source for the seemingly unbelievable deals, he simply responds that you don’t need to worry about it. Does he know a guy at a big box store or someone in manufacturing that can get this stuff wholesale? It’s better that you didn’t know. Does he get it from the trunk of a guy’s car or from a guy’s trench coat in an alley somewhere? He asks you if you really want to know where he get his stuff from and he emphasizes REALLY. You make the mistake of saying yes and long story short, things end as well for you as with Dave Chappelle when he spent a night out with Wayne Brady.