the lads’ get-rich-quick schemes sure are ludicrous
Since the Earth’s human population is less than eight billion, even selling a share to each person will leave them short of their goal.
The real punch line, of course, belongs to Marcus. I don’t think they thought this plan through very well… ;-)
Bitcoin in a nutshell
Where do I sign for the IPO?
How big is a quadrillion? If you wanted to count to a quadrillion, if you went at the rate of one number per second, you would finish in approximately 22 million years. Good luck with that printer, boys.
He might find an answer in the book of Numbers. But then again he probably doesn’t look for wise insights.
They have a more thought out business plan than a lot of e-companies.
Ah, the Venezuelan economic model.
Wouldn’t Jason’s plan be considered a Ponzi scheme?
Well, about that business plan of yours…
They may be smart academically, but they can be real idiots sometimes
I expect the securities regulators will step in and shut them down long before they reach their goal.
Why not? This is how the “robber barons” of the nineteenth century made their fortunes. This is why we have a Securities and Exchange Commission.
This reminds me of the internet company that animated the “Angry Dad” cartoon from the Simpsons
A bit similar to Jason’s attempt at selling internet ad space by making a website that consists entirely of offers to sell the visitors ad space.
Jason needs to learn to deep think such things.
One of the rare times Roger appears smarter than Jason.
I think Mr. Ponzi had a similar plan over 100 years ago.
Each person on earth would need to buy 142,860 shares. I’m betting they are going to come up a little short. I’m not buying any.
Ivan Boesky would be proud!
Where’s Paige to punch his fish face?
This is like selling a truck load of watermelons at a dollar each that they bought per dollar each. The only way they are going make money is get a bigger truck and still sell them at a dollar each…. The only one that’s making money on this deal is the ink cartridge company
Quadrillion seems a little too much.
This kid’s a genius.
Their plan won’t even work. Basic supply and demand says that the more stock certificates flood the market, the less they will be worth. That means that Roger will only be losing money, and the company will be valued at the same amount as before.
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