Today we’re pairing up,
giving presentations at the downtown
conference center, but we will not know
the topic of the presentation until we’re in the room. Not only that, but
the slides themselves will have nothing
to do with the topic because the presentations have
been made by the other guys. We’ll ask the attendees
to raise their hands if they thought our
presentations were well done. Whoever gets the fewest
hands raised loses. -Bring it, suckahs!
-Stop it, James. Sorry. You gonna be able to talk
your way through this? Uh… You know, Sal has a history
of walking out of the room when you guys are partners. I’ll tell you right now — just don’t shoot
any crazy looks my way. Don’t do that. [ Laughter ] -How’s it going?
-Hey, guys. Have a seat.
Welcome. Welcome. Have a seat anywhere
you’d like. -How we doing?
-Good. You? Well, thank you, guys,
for coming in. We are a marketing team that are
about to go on a road show. We’re about to give
this presentation to different groups
of people. We’re gonna see if we’re ready,
if we need improvements, and that’s all gonna come
from your feedback — nice and easy. Okay? Alright. So, our topic is “Problems
Facing the African Elephant”. We’ve all been concerned
about the African elephants. Sure, sure. This is an environmental,
eco-conscious effort that we’re just
spreading the word on. That is
a really specific, very specific topic. So, the African elephant —
when is enough, enough? It’s soon when it comes
to the elephant. This elderly couple
represents the twilight years of the African elephant. Okay. “When we do,
we go bye bye,” and that’s [chuckles] Murr: [ Laughs ]
Look at Joe’s face. “When we do,
we go bye bye.” Abe Lincolns. You guys know
Abe Lincolns? [ Laughter ] No, you don’t know
Abe Lincolns? Well, Abe Lincolns is
a famed child author. And you know what it is?
A lot of people don’t know who Abe Lincolns is
’cause when you type in, like, an Internet search,
you’re always gonna see
the president first. You’re always
gonna see Abraham, which is unfortunate for
Abe Lincolns ’cause he’s a hell of an author that
just can’t get the recognition he needs ’cause
Google searches. Wow. [ Laughter ] Okay. Gho-o-o-o-sts. [ Laughter ] Right. This is, uh — What we’re saying — What’s the elephant
in the room? Yes. There is no elephant
in this room because they’re all dead. Woman: Aww. [ Laughter ] Now we start going into
addressing the real problems of African elephants. [ Laughter ] Good luck with that slide! Uh, this is, uh… -Look at Sal.
-This is a population quota — a population-quota
effort projection. That’s what this is
up here. And this graphic means
the range of elephants. And we’re hoping to get
the number up to 8,888 by the year, uh,
8,000 — 9,000? Q: There he goes, Joe.
There he goes. -Right?
-There’s your partner. If we do the normal thing here,
we can make this come back, and by the year 9,000… [ Laughter ] …we’ll have 8,888
African elephants. “Act today,
and by the year 9,000, you can save 8,000 elephants.” This one — we’re probably
gonna take this one out. Take everything out. Take all of our slides
out at this point? I feel like you need to
explain every slide to us because it has nothing to do
with African elephants. Oh, she’s got
your number, buddy! The next slide.
The next slide. Hopefully this
will clear it up. Q: Wow, you really clarified
that one for everybody. And that’s it.
So, by show of hands here, who thinks that we’re ready
to take this out on the road? [ Laughs ] [ Chuckles ] [ Laughter ] They’re laughing
in your face! No one thinks
we’re ready to go? If you’re gonna do
something about elephants, then I think you need
to show elephants. We clearly have some work
to do. Thank you very much.
Thank you. Thank you. And you can’t — you can’t
do things that make you laugh. -I know.
-Yeah. Yeah. -You got to work on that.
-He’s terrible at the laughing. Because then it almost seems
like — close the door. They’re trying to leave.
They won’t let them! It didn’t make any sense.