We talk scams, Nigerian scammers, and con artists with one story in particular of a Nigerian man who sold a fake airport for $240 million. We also talk about a successful hustler that utilizes the referral system of a ride-sharing company to make money and whether or not it is ethical. Further in this episode, Sam Parr goes on to say that Martin Luther King is one of his heroes, although he cheated on his wife several times.
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