Our Very First Experience With The #PIR Prototype (April 10th, 2016)

This video is over eight months old, but it documents the HL™ Team's first "collective", hands-on experience with the [then] #PIR prototype.   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=No4cF-3hilw I'm extremely proud of my team and I'm also exhilarated considering "all things HL™" in the new year (2017)!!   --Desmond  

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Americanized Failure

Folks, we live in a world that currently hosts a global population of people who [I would imagine at least 85%] are unfit to produce a subsequent generation that could actually transition this contemporaneous aging group into the "next golden era"; a revolutionary renaissance steadfast on improving the cyclical conditions that govern all of our …

HL™ Startup Chronicles: What Does The PIR Prototype Detect In Popeye’s Cajun Fries

In this installment of the HL™ Startup Chronicles series, I (Desmond) demonstrate the prototypical means by which the PIR software has been programmed so far and do so with an image of a large order of Popeye's cajun fries. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iATxLZicAEg It would seem that the percentage that has been "detected" [on assumption] presumably correlates with …

Addressing The Miseducated and An Observation of Social Media Behavior

Disclaimer: Early on the morning of Friday September 23rd, 2016, I received an e-mail from a particular individual in which he inferred himself as being surprised after coming across this blog post (that was posted last week) and stated that he would take up legal action against me if I did not remove the blog post. …

Watson PMV Methodology : Discount Points, Errors, Provisional Valuations and Using Divisible Magic To Beg For Money

Profit margin, gross margin, cash flow positive/negative, gross revenue, net revenue, net profit/loss...all of these are buzzwords that perk the ears of the dumbest, most gullible "entrepreneurs". Real entrepreneurs never place the fate of their startups in angel investors/venture capitalists--entrepreneurs are the "say-so" when it comes to determining the "value" (snicker) of their ventures, particularly, …

You Don’t Know What Definitions Are, Andreessen Horowitz and Beware The Advantageous Individual Investor

The title is a statement that stands and you would need to be retarded (in the literal sense, I mean that you were actually born with emotional/cognitive impairments) to read "You Don't Know What Definitions Are..." and think that it's some sort of endorsement. I'm aware of your magnificent manner of meme-inventing and creating a …

I See No Competition, The Actuality Behind ‘Diversity’ and Characteristics of a Thorough Entrepreneur

At the young, tender age of 6, my grandfather told me something that has stuck with me ever since: "Never be respectful to those who aren't respectful to you." As an entrepreneur, I constantly find myself fighting those heedful words because I'm constantly being told that I can't come-off like an "angry Black man" since …

How To Deconstruct Thielism, Taking A Deeper Look At ‘Money’ and Only A Hetero-Normative Black Man Can Put Together A Startup Like HL™

Hexagon Lavish (HL™), an exemplary startup of pallor, has grown from uno to....quite a few more scientists, engineers, programmers and presumable mathematicians--essentially, a group of individuals who gravitated towards the magnetic presence that comprises HL™--and we're still growing. We're growing with an insurmountable fixture of courage accompanied with a soon coming crowdfunding campaign that will …

Strong Data/Weak Data Arguments and The Value of Being Impatient

Disclaimer: I should point out that one of the reasons why I poke fun at the Bourgeoisie is because I think it's a really bad thing to have rigid social hierarchies. With that said, this blog post contains "colorful language". It's been a month since I've arrived back from my short-lived, all-purposed trip to New …

Straight Off That Two-Month Long, Dry Blog-Spell….

Disclaimer: I'm known to say things that come off brazenly harsh. Yeah. As some of you should know (that's to say, you're following the YouTube series, HL™ Startup Chronicles), I was recently in the Big Apple last month in May, attending a private equity conference that was hosted at the Yale Club right off of …