From: Alex Weinstein <email@example.com>
Date: Fri, Apr 20, 2018, 9:58 PM
Subject: Re: LPP Fusion: Advice You're Not Going to Take
To: Jose <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Glad you liked it Alex.
If I got mad at every insanity in this world I would not still be around. Humor is a good antidote. As you can see, we will not get stuck at $750,000. I think we have a good chance for $850,000, which will put us in a better position than we have been in years.
By the way, I though it was only in Canada or did you watch it on Amazon prime?
On 4/20/18 9:42 PM, Alex Weinstein wrote:
I just finished watching let there be light. I thought you should know that your company came off looking extremely well.
You came off well. You have one bad habit though. Instead of getting angry about the insanity of where the funding is developed, you play it off like it's a joke. That is so ridiculous it's funny. And while I agree, you as the captain of the project or general more appropriately like Leslie R Groves, are responsible for the public reaction.
You should rail against the dying of the light.
On Sat, Feb 17, 2018, 10:55 PM Alex Weinstein <email@example.com> wrote:
-AlexDO SOMETHING. DON'T LET THE WEFUNDER DIE before getting to the max. ANYTHING LESS is a lack of grit.You have a couple of months left in the serious fundraising effort and it's slowing down. I doubt if you do nothing else you will get more than $750k. Anyone else see this future?You have all the videos, pictures, etc, to set up another (if not several on different websites) DONATION crowfunding efforts like the one you did a couple years ago. The point being THEY WILL POINT PEOPLE TO THE WEFUNDER PAGE. Just note that they can either donate to the crowdfunding for "prizes" or go to the SEC approved fundraiser if they'd like to be official investors. You could do that (one person) (sign up for 2-6 donation crowdfunding campaigns (low thresholds)) in one business day and it will get the traffic going to your WeFunder not to mention to the press.