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Tweet by CEO of Duck9, E-X-P-A-N-D-E-D to Explain “Deal Risk”

by Larry Chiang on September 19, 2016

By Larry Chiang 
When you’re young, few trust us because we are young. Age discrimination is real at both ends of the age spectrum. 

CEO of Duck9, Larry (@6502838008)
Majority of people are just not doing a deal because they’re trying to avoid getting screwed. #cs183cs
When you do a deal with a Stanford engineer, they’re notorious for doing a Minimum Viable Product that may not ship and currently does not work (because its theoretical *:-/

Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
How does a startup draw up a legal agreement where risk is owned by the flakey Ivy? #CS183s, answers. #cs183law‚Ķ

There is nothing more flakey than dealing with an IQ 288 student athlete coterm who plays two sports and serves as officers on 3-5 student orgs doing a sales stint for their #ENGR145 class. Flakey because life is giving them layups and they’re too full

Ivy flakey is the opposite of poor, destitute and hungry. Check out this fattie (literally almost 15% body fat)

Guilty. Whimsically, I installed a #ENGR145 class at the Park Hyatt. Yup, Wharton used to squat night time class space at the hotel before they bought a $600mm building with your tuition money. 

Transfer execution risk to yourselves. 

How does a startup draw up a legal agreement where risk is owned by the flakey Ivy? 

#CS183s, Lec 13-18 answers. #cs183law
-Internal Escrow
– one Way Letter of Intent

And go back to reGoogle#CS183s, Lec 13-18 answers. It answers the question.

Stoppppp. Stop saying MVP. stop saying “Minimum Viable Product”

Credit Score. #CS183cs. #cs183creditSCORE. It gets you a $15,000,000+ line at #530Lytton. After 1-10 deals you close using Internal Escrow and one Way Letter of Intent, you’re set. 

Internal Escrow & One Way Letter of Intent help you set the bell curve at American Express’ Venture Capital arm. 

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