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(Wired)   Man has sold publicly traded shares of himself since 2008. If Drew ever does this, does buying a six pack = a share?   (wired.com) divider line 7
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2013-10-20 12:54:45 PM
Actually a very interesting read. If you didn't make it to the last page, his shareholders insisted that he give gay sex a try.
 
2013-10-20 03:18:25 PM

jaylectricity: Actually a very interesting read. If you didn't make it to the last page, his shareholders insisted that he give gay sex a try.


Honestly this looks like a contract issue. When he did his IPO he should have put limitations on what the shareholders could and couldn't do. This was, after all, experimental.
 
2013-10-20 04:24:22 PM
Martha Stewart and Oprah did it big time.
 
2013-10-20 04:38:25 PM
So, the take home message is that shareholders are dicks?
 
2013-10-20 05:24:57 PM

ajgeek: jaylectricity: Actually a very interesting read. If you didn't make it to the last page, his shareholders insisted that he give gay sex a try.

Honestly this looks like a contract issue. When he did his IPO he should have put limitations on what the shareholders could and couldn't do. This was, after all, experimental.


Well the only reason it came to that was because his girlfriend at the start of the experiment realized that strangers were deciding her fate and she broke up with him. Then while looking for a new girlfriend the shareholders said it might be more beneficial to his worth to get a boyfriend so that the chances of becoming a father could be eliminated.
 
2013-10-20 07:05:42 PM

ajgeek: jaylectricity: Actually a very interesting read. If you didn't make it to the last page, his shareholders insisted that he give gay sex a try.

Honestly this looks like a contract issue. When he did his IPO he should have put limitations on what the shareholders could and couldn't do. This was, after all, experimental.


It's an art project, not an enforceable slavery contract.

Using the publicly-traded schtick as a transparent excuse to be a passive-aggressive prick to his girlfriend makes this guy seem, at first glance, farked-up enough that I can't imagine wanting a share of him anyway.
 
2013-10-21 07:27:33 AM
Ferengi?
 
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