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The Young Boy Who
Raffled a Dead Donkey and Grew Up to Be the Chairman of Enron-Fiction!
Summary of the eRumor The story of a boy who
sold raffle tickets to sell a donkey that was actually dead.
He was later asked how he pulled it off. He sad that he sold
500 tickets at $2 each but that the only person who found out that
the donkey was dead was the winner, whom he refunded his $2.
The boy then went on to become Kenneth Lay, the chairman of Enron.
The story of selling chances on a
dead donkey is an often-told joke. There's no evidence that it
was about Enron founder, Chairman, and CEO Kenneth Lay who resigned
his position in the midst of bankruptcy and the threat of a
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