I considered putting this in Business: Financial: Stock Market, but after some consideration I chose to place it in this category because...Well, what else would be more appropriate?
Today I received an email from a person who I assumed was a fellow halfbaker, and who may still surface as such.
my email search does not turn up their eddress in the 'bakery files, so I believe, based on their email, that they were looking to develop or purchase theoretical product that I had proposed here on the 'bakery.
This person inquired whether Tremorless Tools had completed developing the product linked below. They'd been considering building this very thing, but they were interested in purchasing it from me if I'd beat them to it.
I explained the situation, and offered to sell them either a controlling or a minority interest in Tremorless Tools. They responded positively, and indicated that they had significant amounts of imaginary cash not collecting interest that they could invest in my imaginary company.
So why should I stop there? If that deal falls through, I've already determined that there is a market for my conceptual company. So I am going to build on that.
I invite you, fellow Halfbakers, to opening day at (pressing button that shocks the person holding the rope that goes to the bell) the Halfbaked Stock Market.
Tremorless Tools, which owns LED LCD Puzzle Pieces, is offering shares at only four buns per share. I anticipate heavy trading before the market closes.