Should we focus on trying to accelerate the dogshit to hypersonic speeds, or figure out a way of creating dogshit that is just inherently hypersonic? The first one's probably better understood according to conventional engineering.
Also, minor but possibly fatal pitfall. Typing "dogshit" far more often than normal is likely to provoke unintentional typos of "godshit" and that will harm our image with the DoD.
I'd call that a perk. We can make a lot of those.
The top brass in the Army won't be able to wait to get their hands on our prototypes after they see my Powerpoint slide deck! They'll be ALL OVER IT.
On the topic of hypersonic dogshit, I more meant it'd hit the trash like doshit at hypersonic speeds.
If a resume actually arrived forged out of pure Hypersonic Dogshit, I think I'd have to hire them for whatever role I could justify to HR and my boss, as long as it wasn't customer-facing, just because that'd be beyond amazing and we need this person on our payroll, we'll figure out where to put them later.
Maybe we can invent it ourselves. Let's go, I'll agree to a 50/50 split, Toxx if I betray you on the profits (reminder: 50% of $0 is $0), and it gives us an excuse to talk to lots of rich investors about dogshit.
ill eat ur face
Thanks bby <3
you make me look bad zimzam
Welcome back from your ban, Kane.
I missed your insight, come back to me, baby ;-;
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