Nefarious Real Estate Practices - About How Agents Rip-Off Sellers for Commission

Real Estate Agent with Preview Properties, Skagit, LLC

Earlier today, I wrote a 'Blog piece about ... well, related to the title you see above.  I wrote about how unfair it was.  I wrote about what Sellers could do to protect themselves.  I thought it was quite a good 'Blog article, if I do say so myself.

Turns out that - a lot of Real Estate Agents (like you) might be interested in that topic.

But per the Sherman Anti-Trust Act passed by Congress in 1890: I can't write about it.  I can think about it.  I just can't write about it.  The good folks here at ActiveRain encouraged me to delete the article, and probably saved me from myself.  Thank you, ActiveRain!

Instead: I want to tell you about how to prepare a Baked Potato in a microwave oven!  That... I can write about!

  1. Wash the potato in the sink.  Get it good and clean, considering what potatoes grow in (which has an amazing similarity to the nature of the Sherman Anti-Trust Act, mentioned above).
  2. Use a fork, and poke a bunch of holes in the outside of the skin.  About 10 fork-pokes will do it.
  3. Rub the outside of the potato skin with butter.  Just a light coat.
  4. Put the potato on a plate, set the microwave to 'high" and zap it for about 15 minutes.

That's it!  A beautiful, toasty-hot baked potato in about 1/3 the time it takes to bake it in the oven. 

THIS I can share.  And am happy to do so.


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