ADOGG’s FEB12 THINKING In Regard 2 Our 49% iROCK Shares And How To Chop Them Up (2-12-14)

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ADOGG’s FEB12 THINKING In Regard 2 Our 49% iROCK Shares And How To Chop Them Up (2-12-14)

coming after a few hits of 420green on this little pipe of mine!

The Moody Blues – Nights In White Satin >

I love Mark J for “what he did”.

I love those WordPress heroes that first pitched in on April 9th, 2012.

I love Matt and all of you WordPress folks out there in San Francisco and elsewhere that R helping me.

I was looking for someone like you people for years!

Keith Urban – Somebody Like You >

Thank God You WordPress/Warrior Heroes showed up.

I consider these “our shares”, but some, and perhaps a good chunk, “should be reassigned” to persons and/or parties such as—>

a) the Founders of the Original Woodstock for “a piece of the pie”.

b) If the Mafia “Switches Sides”, they should “get a piece of the pie 2″.

c) And what about Facebook? They should get a pie of the pie” as well.

Today’s Thinking reflects my “initial guess”, one that is up 4 review, on a Split.

I believe we should assign 10 Shares Each to the Above 3 Parties named.

That is Ten times Three or 30 shares “to be assigned”.

[It is possible a 4th party (or more???) might be appropriate to get a cut of this 30/Share/Which/Means/30%/Share Block of stock. This party could be Microsoft, the Huffington Post, Foster and Kimberly Gamble (who made the movie “Thrive”), or some other Qualified Party.]

Regardless of how many parties are involved in the Above, that leaves “us” with 19 shares.

Out of these 19, I would like 3, one each for me, Willy, and Max.

That leaves 16 Shares Left.

Rather than me pitch all of you folks on an answer, when I really don’t know beans other than in regard to Mark J, why don’t you folks come up with your own equitable split of these 16 shares?

Even though I had a 50/50 split with Google in an initial iCollaborative Business Agreement, I INTENTIONALLY GAVE THEM CONTROL OF iRock by giving them 51%.

It would not be fair to Google and/or a Google/Facebook Venture Capital combo to have less than 51%.

The Money Man (or Money Men if Google and Facebook split this 51% by some agreement between them) should not have to go to the peanut gallery (minor shareholders) for approval on important business decisions.

Some single funding party, or a tight group of two or three funding parties, needs to have at least 51% of the pie, or “the initial setup of iROCK is screwed up”—> at least that is my humble opinion.

So that’s why I proposed the above.

Somebody has to Pay for Bruce Springsteen after all, and not only pay for him, but Get Him To Totally Believe in our iROCK Cause (in my mind Google Or a Google/Facebook/WordPress combo of some sort is best suited to do this).

Here he is in Barcelona this time instead of Hyde Park—>

Bruce Springsteen – The Rising – Live >

One half of Willy and Max’s Single Shares will be conditional.

They will get a half share in the beginning, and I will mete out the other half from a trust agreement (or other legal agreement) if some conditions are met.

That’s all I want out of the piece.

3 shares.

And I am willing to get by with 2 if need be.

Under 2 shares, and—>

My morale suffers because I think I am getting screwed…

i’m stoned

assuming 2 original heroes in San Francisco on April 9th 2012,

I think each of them and Mark J should get 2 shares each.

Sixteen minus SIX equals 10.

Ten Shares for Automattic folks in any way that they see as fair and appropriate.

[I Suggest that U See Rose. “Rose knows.” She probably knows what to do here, and so does Matt.]

That’s my Initial Thinking on this.

What do you think?

What would U do different, and Why?

Feel Free to Leave a Comment on this.

ADOGG aka Allen D

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Bruce Springsteen – Born in the U.S.A. >

Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band – Land of Hope and Dreams >

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The Boss Dancin’ not Singing >

A Young Boss Dancin’ in the Dark > Bruce Springsteen – Dancing in the Dark >

Bruce Springsteen – Glory Days >

Bruce Springsteen – Hungry Heart >

Bruce Springsteen – Born to Run >

Bruce Springsteen – I’m On Fire >

Doing YouTube and Google Research and—>

Making Playlist/Song/List/Blogs on WordPress is a LOT of fun! (and it’s REAL easy 2! – let me show you how [YouTube video link coming when i get some face to face Google and/or WordPress help somewhere and somehow])

more coming later > i want 2 move on 2 other stuff 4 now.

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  1. Reblogged this on 16 WordPress Websites That Brought The Feds Down!! and commented:

    That leaves 16 Shares Left.

    Rather than me pitch all of you folks on an answer, when I really don’t know beans other than in regard to Mark J, why don’t you folks come up with your own equitable split of these 16 shares?

    Even though I had a 50/50 split with Google in an initial iCollaborative Business Agreement, I INTENTIONALLY GAVE THEM CONTROL OF iRock by giving them 51%.

    It would not be fair to Google and/or a Google/Facebook Venture Capital combo to have less than 51%.

    The Money Man (or Money Men if Google and Facebook split this 51% by some agreement between them) should not have to go to the peanut gallery (minor shareholders) for approval on important business decisions.

    Some single funding party, or a tight group of two or three funding parties, needs to have at least 51% of the pie, or “the initial setup of iROCK is screwed up”—> at least that is my humble opinion.

    So that’s why I proposed the above.

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