A friend told me of a job opening at a local place that gives dancing lessons. He told me to go in and apply today and I could get the job 100%. So I did. The manager was there and he seemed like a get quick rich seminar guy; all hyped up about how much money I could make and all the benefits, etc. He just had one of those voices. So he tells me he will train me starting next Tuesday for two weeks. After that I get 10$ an hour +$8 an hour for each person that gets lessons that I actually make the sale and take the money in. He goes on to say that also if one of my students goes to a competition I go too with all expenses paid and for every heat he or she dances in, I get 5$ (can be over 100 heats) and if my student rank in the top 5 I can win in between $1-$25,000. He didn't say I would be working any set hours or anything. It just really seems to me like one of those insurance companies that are like "You sell 2 plans and you get paid this much commission per month! Sell 5 and this much! If you sell 20 you can be making THIS MUCH A MONTH!" I thought it was fishy because me (long black hair, tattoos, piercings), my brother (long brown hair past his shoulders, lip ring, flip flops), and my girlfriend (pink and brown hair, punkish) rolled up in and filled out applications and were all hired on the spot. I wouldn't think that a place would just accept anyone at all. Especially a professional place like that, they would usually want clean cut people to do the job, no? So it just seems like it's going to fall through to me. Doesn't seem real. But hey, if all else fails, those two weeks of non paid training are worth $2400 in dancing lessons. (They charge $80 an hour.) What do you say?