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Letting people know that they are in the midst of a three trillion dollar real estate bubble is far from drival.
And if drival is what you are seeking, besides creating your own, (which you masquerade as meaningful "contributions" and fools only yourself), then the following article would be of interest.
Capitalist ventures out with charity
By Peter Delevett
Take Bud Colligan, a venture capitalist at blue-chip Accel Partners.
In 1999, with the bubble in full swoosh, Colligan started a side project called Silicon Valley Community Ventures. He wanted to take the VC model of seeding start-ups beyond the realm of geeks and business grads.
``Lots of businesses didn't have access to the capital and expertise that Silicon Valley represented,'' Colligan says. By inviting more players in, he hoped to make a difference in less privileged pockets of society.'
Reading on, one finds out about another misguided VC who claims to "help" society by posing as a non-profit institution while they make sure their investors get their ROI. They create portfolio "companies" which sell high end deserts and satchels for a labor market who can use these items to serve our so-called upperclass.
Give us all a break. Using limited partners money to build country clubs and hire "underprivileged" who serve overpriced sweets is not charity and deserves no press recognition. Urghh.
One can only wonder how bad this crap has infected our society. Maybe SARs isn't all that scary nor is it the disease that is hurting the world's economy?