The team selected his name from a lottery to come to California and be their notable guest attendee for his podcast.
It's been 9 years of just taking people's money with nothing to show for it. Don't give these proxy-grifters a pat on the back for perpetuating the grift.I give these three content creators "mad props" for their conviction to the project and for seeing it thru to the end. I am sure they are receiving some incentive, whether it is cash or recognition, I can't say. Keep up the good work, Guys. Make Brad proud.
Couple people on this board have probably donated enough for the bus stop marketing. I always felt like Brad was targeting some investor that he knew was always in that area. That, or he was just drugged out of his mind and needed to believe in his own copium. Both are valid.Just a reminder of where the money went.
I've said this before but it's a grift like some charities are a grift.I remember hearing that they were spending at least a million dollars every 50 days for the network in the early years of development. It was only to have it turned down years later when the new network guy was hired. The staff claimed that there was a lot of spaghetti code in the network, and they needed to change the programming from basic C to another form of C. I understand that the disposition system was critical to Brad and his vision. The current staff was the same as when the original code was implemented. Sounded like a stall tactic to me for more time. I admit the progress in the last two years has been dramatically improved against what they had initially, I will agree. But nine years is way too long to be in development. Someone needs to call FTC and get the ball rolling. There are pending reports of fraud and embezzlement, employees taking trips to Hawaii, and possible employment violations. To name a few things are commonly mentioned about their company.