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Friday, November 04, 2005

Dugenics Corp.

I was just thinking of business opportunities and one idea came up today.  I am not into bioengineering or gentic engineering, but maybe setting one up that focuses on these industries and getting people who know more about this could be successful.

The corporation I was thinking of is:

Dugenics Corp.

The mission of this corporation shall be "Dugenics Corporation is where we do the study of hereditary improvement of the Deaf race by controlled selective breeding."

Let me know if you are interested or believe this business idea is feasible.  Once I get more people interested, we can work on the business plan and attracting investors.
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oneninefive
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8 comments:

Buzzair said...

First of all...whats with the name?

Why not deafnetics?

oneninefive said...

I thought about using Deafnetics, but maybe Dugenics might be more ambiguous and encourage more hearing people to invest their money and support the mission of Dugenics.

But if everyone who is interested in this business idea prefers Deafnetics (with out a lower case D), I am all for that. :-)

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oneninefive

lore said...

gosh. is JB your buisness partner? :)

oneninefive said...

Nope, I have decided with bg0ur3 that the best way would be to buy all the stocks in one of the cocklear implant company, rename the company, use the sciencists who used Deaf people as guniea pigs as our guniea pigs, for those who do not qualify for guniea pigs, they can be demonted to janitor level.

My business parterns will be the investors. :)

Buzzair said...

I don't wanna be in business with someone who can't spell partner! :)

xFf said...

Good one Buzz! (don't be a partner with someone who cannot spell "PARTNER"

I like Deafnetics or Denetics :)

oneninefive said...

Heh, was typing too fast and over looked the spelling error.

That's why it's better to sign in asl, cannot make any spelling errors!

A Deaf country would be full of no spelling errors.

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oneninefive

Buzzair said...

No, but it would be filled with people signing wrong or using SEE