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A good skull would cost about $100 each and he could sell it for as high as $800. Turns out it’s the number of teeth.) It all went well until the day an eccentric Chicago puppeteer named Jo Jo Baby came by the house to buy some mannequins and saw some skulls boiling on the stove.

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A good skull would cost about $100 each and he could sell it for as high as $800. Turns out it’s the number of teeth.) It all went well until the day an eccentric Chicago puppeteer named Jo Jo Baby came by the house to buy some mannequins and saw some skulls boiling on the stove.It bears noting, Sloan was never actually arrested or charged, although he still complains that he never got his “inventory” back from the mustachioed, gum-smacking Chicago brass who spent days trying to work him over Law-and-Order-style while TV satellite trucks camped out in front of his apartment. It was considerably closer access to the things he was selling and, let’s just say after the skull incident, filled with more open-minded people. (Link very NSFW.) And that’s where the Chinese supply chain magic came in. But suffice to say with a small army of employees peppered around the globe, Sloan—aka the “Kinky King of Beijing”—is looking at an incredibly profitable business that’s already generating more than $1 million in revenue and growing quickly.“In China, people respect what I do as a business,” he says. He was able to tailor nearly any outfit in any size and ship it at a healthy mark-up. He’s exploited what each region does best: Romanians are his programmers and SEO, Indians and Brazilians do his Web design, and China does the manufacturing and fulfillment.The small print at bottom left reads "Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2015", so presumably the image and invite sent to media pertains to the unpacking of a Galaxy device.Maybe even the one depicted above in not-quite monochrome (perhaps even grey) hues. Why the Future Doesn't Need Us (humans need not apply).

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