Before I make the next bullshit police arrest, I would like to tell you a bullshit short story.
For this short story and the next to come (if i manage to evade prison) , i would like to use my disclaimer/skip jail card.
Bullshit Short Story 1: The Brush Brush-Off With L’Ucifer
Once upon a time, in a little town somewhere in Germany, there was a small company who was little known to most of the world.
But, to the people who work in mascaras, in spite of its size, its reputation of having the best mascara brushes in the whole industry was unparalleled – for it had the passion for innovating on brushes that had been passed from one generation to the next.
One day, they had the most fortunate news of having one of the world’s top brand, who, (for the purpose of the story teller’s preference for a life outside of prison), we will hide under the name of L’Ucifer – interested in their brushes. This will mean an assured income not only for the current employees but for the children of their children beyond.
Such was great news for this small german company in this small german town!
To finalize the partnership though, they were required to train a representative of L’Ucifer on their mascara brush know-how.
The small german company did as they were asked and gave L’Ucifer’s rep the best training and the most charming hospitality that this small village can muster – they regaled him with german beer and sausages as the little village knew how.
After the training, all of them were so happy – for this, was the start of a future brighter than they had ever known.
Days have passed but the finalization of the partnership, in one way or another got delayed. Days went on, and it was becoming a blur.
One day- they did hear from L’Ucifer but it was not from the managers they spoke to nor the representative they had cradled in training. It was but rather from L’Ucifer’s stable of lawyers.
L’Ucifer had patented all the technologies that they have been taught by our small german company.
And the army of lawyers have dropped by to kindly inform our small german brush company that as they have become property of L’Ucifer, that the German company may never use their brush technology ever again.
What ensued after that, little more did I know of.
But the question that came to my mind is –
“Can any company who can do this really be worth it?”
Call me paranoid. But it might interest you to print-screen this post just in case I will be forced to take this post out.