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Cover letter for the offer of interest in intellectual property

SAMPLE FORM COVER LETTER:

Attorney Law Firm Street City, State, zip Phone
___________ (Addressee) _________ (Company)
Street City, State, zip Phone

Date:

re: _________________________________

Dear ______________:

Enclosed please find a proposal our (my) client feels you might be interested in.

Should you care to work with my (our) client, or buy control of the proposal, or earn a commission for finding a third party to participate, please contact my (our) office.

I (we) make no claims about the veracity, or intellectual property, or patentability of rights of our client in this regard, but I am (we are) willing to advise my (our) client in regards to these matters and work with any legal council you might retain should you provide my (our) client with sufficient incentive to pay us to do so.

Truly,
______________________

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Cover letter for the offer of interest in intellectual property

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‘Patients’, ‘students’, ‘clients’, – equity positions vs. liability positions; xref: shared risk vs. avoiding risk; xref: marriage vs. prostitution. So is investing in equity a form of marriage while lending money is a form of prostitution? IMG_1569

'Patients', 'students', 'clients', - equity positions vs. liability positions; xref: shared risk vs. avoiding risk; xref: marriage vs. prostitution. So is investing in equity a form of marriage while lending money is a form of prostitution? IMG_1569

‘Patients’, ‘students’, ‘clients’, – equity positions vs. liability positions; xref: shared risk vs. avoiding risk; xref: marriage vs. prostitution. So is investing in equity a form of marriage while lending money is a form of prostitution? IMG_1569

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Recapitalization of ALL US balance sheets both public and private VS. Piece-meal asset purchases chosen in secret by paternalistic decision makers

Some of those analysts expect that group, the Federal Open Market Committee, to announce a new round of asset purchases, further expanding its holdings of Treasury securities and mortgage-backed securities to reduce borrowing costs and spur investment. Others expect instead it will announce its intent to keep its benchmark interest rate near zero beyond its current forecast of late 2014.

Mr. Bernanke devoted much of his speech to asset purchases. He said past rounds of purchases had produced “economically meaningful” benefits, contributing to lower borrowing costs for corporations and the general rise in stock prices. He cited one study finding the combined effect of the Fed’s three rounds of asset purchases raised output by 3 percent and increased employment by 2 million jobs.

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Piece-meal asset purchases vs. recapitalization of all US balance sheets both public and private.

Recapitalization of ALL US balance sheets both public and private VS. Piece-meal asset purchases chosen in secret by paternalistic decision makers

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Luxury goods vs. necessities

Kyle McDougall, 08/01/2012 01:29 PM

The problem with cutting taxes for the rich is that they don’t spend as much proportionally as the middle and lower income types do. If you have 100,000 rich people buying a car or a fridge, you sell 100,000 units. The other 300,000,000 people can’t afford to buy anything now but if they got a break on taxes and only 10% of them bought a car or fridge the number of sales would be 30,000,000 units sold. That would put people back to work faster than waiting for “rich” people to start a new business or invest in anything in America.
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Luxury goods vs. necessities

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Is the ‘individual’ or the ‘family’ the ‘unit’ of the political sphere?

Arash Behzadi, 08/01/2012 01:43 PM

Michael Collins Michael Collins, You are assuming that Government is the only entity that can spend money. IF there are tax cuts that doesn’t mean that the money disappears into nothing. It means that it is being invested and spent by the private sector. So the argument that GDP will go down if tax rates go down is not accurate.@dcx_2 , The assets/money in
an Estate has already been taxed one way or another. Example, You buy a house $50K, live in it, and pay it off. You die, the house is now worth $300k and you leave it to your kids. They will have to pay taxes on the $250K increase on value at a minimum let’s 15%. $37,500 in taxes need to be paid by your kids, even though you bought it, paid property tax on it all those years.The money you used to pay for everything related to that house was already taxed as income by the government. Tell me how many times should we be taxed on the same income?

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Is the ‘individual’ or the ‘family’ the ‘unit’ of the political sphere?

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Debt to GDP ratio [jet]

Michael Collins, 08/01/2012 01:10 PM

Every dollar that someone earns is a dollar that someone spends GDP is the sum of all economic transactions.

Big decreases in Government Spending result in big decreases in GDP. Less money spent = Less money earned.

Our problem is not debt. That is too simple. Our problem is our debt to GDP ratio.

We borrowed a mountain of money during WWII. We never paid it back. We used the capital investment to raise the national GDP. Instead of changing the amount we owed, we changed our debt to GDP ratio. And that worked for everyone.

Look at it this way. What is the financial health of a family that makes 50K per year and is 100K in debt? Now, what is the financial health of a family that makes 400K per year and is 150K in debt? That is what I’m talking about: debt to GDP ratio is all that matters.

Cutting government spending may decrease our immediate deficit. However, because it lowers or GDP, it actually puts us in a worse position.

With unemployment HIGH, infrastructure projects can be done at bargain rates. NOW is the time for jobs programs on the scale of the depression era.

Yes, that will mean an increase in debt. It will also result in an increased in GDP and like WWII, it will put our debt to GDP ratio in a better position.

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The week the U.S. Treasury minted enough money to buy all the assets of the United States for 100 times their market value – and then…

The week the U.S. Treasury minted enough money to buy all the assets of the United States for 100 times their market value – then add some improvements and sell all the assets back to the original owners, lessors, and renters at half the purchase price.

vs.

The continuing saga of Ben Shalom Bernake, and the public-private Federal Reserve ordering the U.S. Treasury to mint money to LEND to buddies who in turn LEND the money to students, families, and business thereby indenturing our nation [door]

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xref: “Expression of interest in developing former Cunningham School property” emailed and posted yesterday

xref: "Expression of interest in developing former Cunningham School property" emailed and posted yesterday - Screen Shot 2012-07-23 at 1.51.23 PM

xref: “Expression of interest in developing former Cunningham School property” emailed and posted yesterday – Screen Shot 2012-07-23 at 1.51.23 PM

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Multiplication and changing the size of 1; xref; 100% of what?

A X B = C
A / 1 / B = C

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