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You are describing exactly the situation I am trying to be clear about.

Yes, there is risk. I think the idea is exciting, but then it is my idea, so you would expect that. I think it will be very successful, but again, it is my baby. I am not attempting to deceive anyone. If someone sees value in my vision and thinks that it is worth risking some of their valuable time, then I welcome them. If not, then we can pass with no animosity.

I am not making any insane statements about "this is the next big thing and you will make a million dollars, get in on the ground floor now!" The idea is what it is. If it does not look like a good risk to you, than it is not a good risk for you. Others may (and have) disagreed.

One small correction. I do not intend to compensate my people with options, but with actual stock. Which if we go belly up will be just as worthless, but prettier.

thank you for youre comments

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