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I should have considered my words more carefully. I actually find it amusing even hysterical when others pooh, pooh my usually visionary ideas then suddenly have a 'brilliant idea' often years later and incur huge medical bills from patting themselves on the back 24/7. As an extreme introvert I could care less. Seth Godin relates how once the 99% accept a concept no matter how ridiculous or absurd or even completely devoid of any support in sound principle they would rather die than change. Linchpins like myself who can and do turn on a dime are the exceptions. The really great thing is that the 99% who create momentum in the wrong direction leave huge opportunities for Linchpins to exploit and commercialize by patenting solutions. In this forum first to file wins.
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