But he also knew that this "professional trustworthiness" poll didn't give those good souls it polled specific enough choices. The poll had obviously omitted the ranking of a "professional" who he knew was commonly more "contra-customer" than the Car Salesman: the "Used Car salesman!"
After all, it was a Used Car salesman who would pay a mere $4,000 for an immaculate, low-mileage luxury trade, insisting to its unemployed owner that her car was poorly maintained and virtually impossible to resell. Then he'd have the car washed and waxed and turn around and sell it the next day for $22,000 -- clearing $18,000 that the lady could have potentially kept if she'd studied up and sold the car herself. Yes, that "professional," the 'Used' Car salesman, probably, deservedly spent his theoretical afterlife in a lower "circle-of-hell" than just a mere Car Salesman.
I don't know. Though it might be less fun for me, maybe I -- your favorite blogger -- should just call "Usedcarsalesman.com," "myname.com" instead. What do you think?