Paris stands up and starts passing out binders of reports. "And I guess Paris is next," Rory says. Paris says that the average student spends seven hours at school. Seven hours of indoors and outdoors in all kinds of weather. That same teen is going through major changes in his or her body. The hormonal changes combined with the environmental fluxes can only lead to one thing: accidents. "Muffin" hiding a zit from the captain of the football team ends up slamming her head into a locker. Someone can sprain an ankle. Cut a fingernail. Accidents. Paris proposes a first-aid kit for the locker. It fits in a locker with minimum space disruption. Band-Aid's, cotton balls, antiseptic, bandages, aspirin. Rory asks if anyone has any questions. Richard asks if they sell these things in every drug store. Paris says they do. Richard notes that there's a registered nurse on every campus with these items as well. He asks why a young person would spend good money on something they could get for free. Paris says you can get a teen to buy anything as long as it comes in a leopard print. "True," Louisa says. "Very true," Fraulein agrees. Dress up the kits with sparkles, colors, pictures of bands, sport themes for boys, "animal pictures for the puppy and unicorn bunch," and chess stuff for the Bobby Fischer freaks. "A style for every taste," she says. Plus they can dress up the bandages with neon pink or blue. Anything young, flashy, and bright. Richard asks if this is how she intends to set the business world on its ear. "That's right," Paris says. Richard asks if she really thinks it's going to work. "Yes. I do." Richard says he thinks it's going to work as well. It's simple, affordable, and perfect. He loves it. Rory says they've got their product. Richard says they now need to go through this point-by-point. He stands up and says he hopes nobody has dinner plans. Everyone gives each other slightly terrified looks. Oh, yay! Commercial. I'm exhausted, you guys.
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