I swear, if you ever
conspire decide to start a dog kennel business, be very sure about who your partners are. Make sure you do some due diligence and sh*t like that because you don’t really know who your friends are until everybody gets indicted.
Trust me, you can be bankrolling the whole kennel business and doing your thing, like strengthening breeds by
executing weeding out the weak ones and then one day - BAM - outta nowhere the whole thing can come crashing down and unless you picked your business partners carefully, those dudes can turn on you quicker than a 4.2 / 40 yard dash at the NFL Combine.
Make sure your business partners can take some heat. I suggest trying them out before you agree to enter into any kind of business arrangement with them. Try hooking them up to a rape stand, or maybe you could chain them up in your backyard just out of reach of each other so you can see who’s ready to go. Test them as best you can and
drown fire the ones that don’t perform well.
You cannot be too careful with this stuff.
When the prosecutors get a hold of your partners, character flaws are exposed. If your partners aren’t real pit bulls of business, your partners will crack. They will be falling all over themselves to setup meetings and plea deals with the prosecutors. “Mr. Prosecutor, Mr. Prosecutor… guess what else he did. And he also did this and that and this and that and… and… ”
Seriously, sometimes it’s like your co-defendants can’t break fast enough. It’s unreal.
After the whole thing goes down you will be dying to ask them “What did they do to you? Tickle you?”
My biggest complaint about choosing business partners for a
dog fighting kennel business is that once you’ve made your choice, like all things in business, you are responsible for your own actions.