Dot Com Lunch – Day After Black Friday Edition

It’s the day after Black Friday, and that means it’s time to get together for another Dot Com Lunch to trade Black Friday war stories. As usual, we met at the patio of Pho Ba Co for another afternoon of fun and networking. Anyone is welcome to come. Join us at our Dot Com Lifestyle Meetup Group to find the time and location of the next lunch.

On this edition of the Dot Com Lunch, I tell you all about Black Friday, and how much money I made from it. Oscar tells you how much he made from it as well. In addition, he explains why he’s gone hairy. I explain the definition of a successful man, Sally build the world’s tallest cactus, we have a fight between a hot sauce and a city, and how you can win a dirty white snugg. Overall, a very fun time. We hope to see you at a future event!







9 thoughts on “Dot Com Lunch – Day After Black Friday Edition”

  1. Great John. Nice pictures. I hope you made six digit income on this black friday season sales.

    1. John Chow says:

      Didn’t hit six. But I did do five. 🙂

  2. I. C. Daniel says:

    Happy meal was from what I see. That’s great!

  3. faisal says:

    Every Dot Com post makes me hungry

  4. It’s always such a pleasure to enjoy lunch with you and my other brilliant Dot Com Lifestyle friends. You are all so smart, funny, and generous in sharing your knowledge and expertise with me. Being part of your group was the turning point in my online business. Thank you John.

  5. Sagar Desai says:

    Really Great John,

    Dot com lunch look delicious. Great thoughts!

  6. Alex Shaikh says:

    My Father died this year from prostate cancer. Oscar is a good man! doing a great job, keep up! and John, no more pork chop reviews man! i hate pigs not cuz of my religion…its a damn swine flesh…anything other than pork lol – Good job sally with the world tallest cactus tree!

  7. Jack Pawlik says:

    That food looks soo good im hungry now!!

  8. Lexi Menichelli says:

    Seems interesting. The food made me hungry.

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