I served in a Latin America mission and I found most of the people got baptized to either please the missionaries, or they enjoyed the attention.
As a missionary I never doubted what I was told to do, but I hated baptizing people who I knew would never continue to attend church. We were told never to bring up blacks in the priesthood or polygamy in our discussions.
I am in the long slow process of leaving the church.
How the 1950s era jacket ended up on a rack of used sport coats before it was bought for $5 in 1994 by an unnamed Canadian journalist is unknown.
Dominic Pedler, a British Golf International journalist, tracked down the buyer.
What you will do in Step 4 is very subtle, so make sure you do it right.
It will appear casual, unpremeditated and accidental rather than serious.
"It took some time to locate the fortune finder and make him an offer he couldn't refuse (he did); and several more months before I had a deal and a logistical plan to take safe possession of the plunder," Pedler wrote in an article.