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And there is nothing like that in business you have delighted customers you're a long way home with them.
Well with American Express. This was an interesting situation because Diners Club got there first. I think American Express in a certain sense I mean they did it for a lot of reasons but they went into the credit card business because they were worried about what was going to happen to travelers checks and although travelers checks are still exist in a significant way. But the interesting thing when American Express went into competition with Diners Club and with carte blanche as I remember that Booth also existed at the time was that instead of charging less than Diners Club and going in figuring they were going against the established guy and they'd come in at a lower price.
They went and ended up higher prices I remember and the American Express Centurion was on that card. I've got one that I got in but they were up it that it had more value than time I mean it it got better representation. And frankly if you were a sales person with somebody and you could pull off that American Express card with a sedentary and you looked like it were J.
Morgan as you pull off the diner's call battle a bunch of flashy signals you look like a guy that was cutting his check for one month to the next and fellow fellow named Ralph Schneider and Ralph Schneider and Al Bloomingdale developed the Diner's Club and they were very smart about getting there first but they weren't smart about the merchandise that subsequently RC Cola that it did all kinds of codes that came after coke I mean you know you go back to and come up with something a Jacobs's pharmacy that's incredibly successful you know fairly soon you're going to get lots of imitators.
But Coke really is the real thing.
And you know you offer me are seeing color and say I'll give it to you at half the price of Coca-Cola. In terms of drinking it I mean this is a product that six in a six and a half ounces sold for a nickel and you know. And now if you download it on the weekend and by and large quantity you're not paying that much more. This newspaper was 3 cents in The amount of enjoyment regal in terms of the real of what you pay for this has gone dramatically down in inflation adjusted money.
So it is a bargain product. You have to look at CDs Candy you know if you live in California and you were you were a teenage boy and you went to your girlfriend's house and you get a box of candy to her mother or father and she kissed you you know you lose price sensitivity at that point. I had some.
So we really want products where people feel like you know rather than slapping goes it's and it's an interesting thing I mean in effect we're we're betting on the eco system of Apple products but led by the iPhone.
And I see characteristics in that that make me think that it's extraordinary. But I may be wrong and so far we've been I would say we've been right on American Express and Coca-Cola American Express had this huge scandal in happened in November right around the time Kennedy was shot.
And that was really worry about what the company would survive but nobody quit using the car.
Nobody quit using the traveler's shacks. And they charge a premium price for their drivers. So there are things you can see around consumer products that sometime can give you a pretty pretty good insight into the future.
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