hey, andrew, this is alex heard at wired magazine. i had the same
reaction when i saw the web site of this place. it seems like an
obvious pyramid scheme.
had you heard of this before? i'm interesting in finding out more
about it, and about whether this has been investigated or not.
> > I don't know if this post is going to be considered inappropriate or
> > > not, (because it's inherently solicitational) nor whether messages get
> > > posted automatically or are edited first. In any case, I've composed a
> > > little piece at http://www.webspawner.com/users/extrosgpotvin that
> > > presents the case-- or at least begins to-- that radical wealth
> > > extension is neccessary to extropian utopia as well as the case that I
> > > may have stumbled upon a possible vehicle for making that happen faster.
> > > Or maybe I just stumbled. I don't know. You tell me. Thanks.
>I thought people on this list would know better than to participate in such
>a joke. This makes chain letters look like nursery school projects.
>Please do not be stupid. There is no such thing as a free lunch and that's
>what this is promising.
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