Yes, hello, this is my intro. Do you like it so far? Good.

I am here to pass some interesting ideas back and forth and converse with literate men of some level of intelligence. Maybe learn some new things. I think this site will attract some interesting individuals, or at least has the potential to do so. Looking to practice some of my writing on here as well, which is a skill which needs sharpening from time to time, like any skill.

My longer term interest is in organizing a group of dedicated and tough persons, some men of which I may actually be able to find on this site, to be involved in a risky but potentially profitable endeavor in latin america. I cannot share the details on this now, but I shall provide further details on this during my presence on this site.

Hope you are all having a wonderful day. I look forward to our conversations.

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Your ideas are intriguing to me and I wish to subscribe to your newsletter.

Is it a ponzi scheme? I'm trying to get my phony tea leaf reading scam off the ground. If it has to do with my lack of a gag reflex, that ship already sailed.

This is good to hear. You are indeed a bit young to be involved in this, but in a couple of years time, this opportunity should still be available for you if I am successful. From what I sense about you, I bet you have a lot of gumption, and for a young guy your age, this is impressive. Kudos to you.

Are you by chance, in the company of a Nigerian prince?

((If you can't tell already, a forum you JUST joined isn't exactly a good place to find serious interest in a sketchy "plan" in a foreign country.))

Leave him alone. When we make a mint selling Mexican Jumping Beans/Ben Wa Balls/Mars Rocks to Denmark, who'll be laughing then???

Hehe. Yes, well stated there Tyler. This is why I will get a feel for this forum and for the members who frequent here before I release the details of my plan. After that, it is up to each individual man to weigh the merits of my plan, and decide if he wants to join up or not. All I will say about it for now, is that I am serious, it can work, and it may potentially involve many hardships and safety risks. However, if the plan is successful (and it is an IF, not a certainty), we will be much wealthier, and you will have experienced a hell of an adventure. I can guarantee that much.

And what's wrong with killing for the triads? Count me in Chu.

In answer to the above question by Terry,

No. We would not be involved in killing or hurting anyone at all. Only in cases where we absolutely need to defend ourselves and our lives from direct violence, will we use violence only in self-defense. In other words, only when it is absolutely, morally and legally justifiable. This endeavor is in a third world country and personal safety cannot be guaranteed for everyone. I don't believe we will run into such a situation at all, though it is possible we will.

As to the cost, I personally will provide the initital transportation for each man. That is, the plane ticket. Also, I will provide the location for the inital lodgings (it will not be a hotel). After that, all personal needs and expenses will be the responsibility of each man, to themselves. Living expenses will be minimal (about 4 dollars per day). 

We will work together as a team. It will all be detailed in a mutual contract. Every man will be free to pursue his own decision as to what to do next, if at some point something goes wrong. If I can get enough fierce, determined, physically fit and mentally resourceful guys on this, it can and should work.

 

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