Friday, March 25, 2016

Things To Do In Denver Instead Of Amway WWDB Spring Leadership 2016

Amway WWDB is holding World Wide Dream Builders Spring Leadership 2016 in Denver Colorado in April. Probably. Actual date and the arena or hotel they’re holding it in is top secret for people not in the Amway cult so the infidels can’t crash the brainwashing convention.

Keeping up with the theme of finding better and lower priced things to do in cities holding Amway functions, instead of going to the brainwashing convention I’ve tried to round up a few fun things to do in Denver, Colorado. Most of the fun things seem to involve driving out of Denver and hitting the ski slopes! Hmm kind of getting towards the end of ski season. I’ll see what else I can find.

Who saw the movie Cliffhanger? The Denver Mint was featured in it transporting out of circulation money. Hijacking and plane crashes and action packed scenes. So the United States Mint is a good choice. And its free! Woo hoo! Sucks that you can’t bring your purse into this place. Where you gonna stash some cash! I love that you are allowed to bring your cell phone inside but if you whip it out you will be escorted out by Mint Security. If ambots are visiting they’d have to call in extra security to escort out those damned ambots because of their fuck you I’m better than everyone else attitude and I’ll use my fucking cell phone if I want to! Can’t miss those important texts and phone calls from the assholes in my Amway upline!

Coors Brewery Tour - Free tour. Free beer tasting. Need I say anything else? Here’s the website for more info.

Denver Zoo - Oh how I love a zoo! As long as its not the Amway zoo! It is nice that most of the places Amway holds functions have a zoo. Coin toss! Should I visit the baboons at the Denver Zoo or the baboons stomping across the stage at Amway WWDB Spring Leadership? Admission is $17 or slightly cheaper if you’re over 65 years or younger than 12 years. A couple could spend a day at the zoo and go out for a really nice dinner all for less than the cost of one $125 ticket to Spring Leadership.

Denver Art Museum - if you’re into looking at works of art this is the place to be. It costs $13 or slightly cheaper if you’re a Colorado resident. Where’s that coin for the toss? Museum or zoo? Goodbye Picasso hello lions.

Wings Over The Rockies Air and Space Museum - I’ve visited a few aircraft museums and this is something I’d consider seeing as how I still haven’t gotten over the Spruce Goose being moved out of Long Beach! Not that goosie is in Colorado. I think it went somewhere in Oregon. Admission is $12.50. Slightly cheaper if you’re over 65 or under 12.

Molly Brown House Museum - If you’re a Titanic trivia buff you’ll enjoy this museum where the unsinkable Molly Brown lived. Admission is $8, slightly cheaper for other age groups. Lets see. We have our choice. Going to an evening of Amway horrors for $125 or going to a place where someone lived through the horrors of the sinking Titanic. I know which one I’m choosing!

Want to do some shopping? Denver’s 16th Street Mall is a much better place to spend the day than stuck inside an auditorium listening to a bunch of aging Diamonds who use Amway functions to make their real money. Free shuttle buses and free Wifi anywhere up and down the pedestrian mall.

Here’s some more key words to help Amway IBO’s find their way because the assholes in their upline don’t help out with this top secret information. And because there are a bunch of dumb ass Amway ambots that think they have the power to turn back time and put this into their Google searches: Amway WWDB Spring Leadership 2015! And one more for the Amway asshole who is thinking ahead to next year! Amway WWDB Spring Leadership 2017. Yup ambots are so fucking brainwashed by their Amway cult leaders they have no clue what year it is!

Las Vegas
Calgary, Canada
Fort Lauderdale

Amway sucks!

WWDB sucks!

Spring Leadership sucks!


  1. Hello Anna, it is bit off topic here, but I thought you might be interested in what is just happening on english Wikipedia with Amway article:

    1. Hi Anonymous - that's fine to share but I doubt its much interest around here.

      To save everyone time from reading it, its an article complaining about some fucking Amway losers who show up to Wikipedia and remove links others have put in that paint Amway in bad light. Like Amway's reputation could get any worse! LOL! And the links in question have to do with an accountant who sometimes posts here and those links have been shared on this blog several times about Amway Ambots getting audited by the IRS.

      There are information websites where anyone can get an account and go in and make changes and additions or removals the movie database comes to mind. Anyone can do that. The fact that some fucking Amway losers are going around removing links that show how people have financial and emotional distress doesn't surprise me. What does surprise me is someone getting their undies in a knot about what fucking Amway losers are or are not doing. These people get paid from Amway for doing shit like that.

  2. The bigger point is this: Amway does NOT believe in freedom of speech. Like all totalitarians, they do not want you to hear all sides of the question.

    1. Anonymous - of course that's the bigger point. Amway and Ambots HATE freedom of speech and HATE when people get their stories out there of their Amway experiences and how much money they lost. Amway is a cover up scam!


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