Balls, Ovaries And Teeth
What brought about the spirited title used for this post?
Because if you’re a serial entrepreneur, angel investor, venture capital firm, family office, or a corporate entity seeking to build an offshoot to your new media company, then you’re going to need more than deep pockets to acquire the ideas tagged to this post. You are going to need “balls, ovaries and teeth” to get them off the ground. While the news industry may despise such ideas, the general public will most certainly love them!
1. In an unorthodox manner, “All things STUPID about the news” targets the global news industry. It’s a highly-disruptive form of social media news censuring. Conceived to appeal to a broad user-base, the idea’s online facilities would be structured around a dynamic platform.
2. “leafBuilder Apparel,” although a brilliant lifestyle clothing concept, GitHub, and other online repositories for software development projects are hosting software developer projects that uses the phrase “leafBuilder” in their coding schemes. Guess what, leafBuilder Apparel don’t have to be restricted to the apparel industry. In 2018 Microsoft acquired GitHub for 7.5 billions in stock. Trademark owner and founder of leafBuilder Apparel believe he’s [the] inventor of the conflated phrase “leafBuilder,” and therefore, ought to have exclusive rights to how and where the phrase is used. Accordingly, hello to the world of software development, and no one in the industry of software development should be wearing apparel with the phrase adorning it without leafBuilder Apparel founder’s collaboration. — So, I imagine you see the potential in leafBuilder, and where the idea could conceivably be going.
— Again, do you have the balls or ovaries to depart from the norm and erect these concepts, and do you have the teeth to bite back when the status quo come after you for trying to grow them in the global marketplace? Hence, the post’s title. Can you close the deal?
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