I respond here:
Your name seems familiar from somewhere before….
I will be honest and straight with you. I don’t believe one word of what you say. If you like the ideas, you see how easy it is to make them, so just make them. I am only willing to collaborate with other designers on a limited basis, due to my financial hardship.
I love my strap ideas, but it’s still an ongoing experiment. What if someone hurts themselves? Before anything else, these ideas need to be insuranceable, or they are completely worthless to the mainstream. You probably understand how picky insurance companies are with fitness, as a personal trainer.
Have a good day.
He quickly responds back here:
Today at 1:01 PM
My father is an attorney and he told me that there is too much information by you on the web. If I try to copy something that you have clearly invented, I could be sued by you. Not now, but in the future after I make my millions. At the very least, lets get together next week for a dinner meeting in Tillamook – my treat. I really want to pursue this venture and I would be happy to become business partners. Your financial hardships would disappear! Just let me know what time and what restaurant next week in Tillamook and I’ll be there.
Thanks in advance,
On Saturday, January 31, 2015 3:57 PM, Travis <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Ever hear of a girl named, Krissy Bertone?
This is his reply:
Today at 4:54 AM
Have you ever heard of a ritual killing?
I can’t count the number of lies told in these 2 emails. Usually, when someone tells you to wait right where you are, it means serious trouble is about to happen. If they tell you to get going on and leave, then they are just warning you and don’t intend to cause harm. I listened to that advice on the Joe Rogan podcast.
Speaking your mind gets you into a lot of trouble on the internet. Who knew?