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Stolen idea!

Posted on Wednesday, July 13th, 2005 under News | No comments

Grrrr! Here is an idea I had for a product about 8 months ago, but had no way (or easily accomplished way) of implementing it. Now thanks to RadTech, that dream is gone ... or at least until I decide to fork over $20 and begin living my dream vicariously through someone else's profits.

I would say something like, "That's entrepreneurism for ya!", but this of course is a product coming out of Japan.

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