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February 21st, 2013, 20:19
However, you can't run a successful crowdfunding campaign when you have absolutely NO business sense. Would a good businessman:

(1) Insult 99% of the people on the internet
(2) Set a ridiculous crowd-funding objective
(3) Miss multiple self-imposed deadlines
(4) Perform no testing on the operating system used by >50% of PC users (after claiming to have slain the "64 bit bug")
(5) Blame Windows 7 for his inability to test his code in multiple O/S environments
(6) Assume no responsibility for his actions

Have the successful kickstarters been run this way? With Cleve, it's a Catch-22. He can't change his nature.
Last edited by gozioso; February 21st, 2013 at 21:45.
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