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Hawaii Proposal

Posted on May 20, 2014

Description:

The Mike + Alex* 40th Birthday Celebration was held this last Saturday to great success. Shareholders and potential investors barbecued and participated in a heated softball match. During the festivities we were surprised with an exceptionally generous gift: collectively pooled money for the express purpose of sending us on vacation.

The life of a publicly-traded person and business-owner is hectic, and we have not yet made time for a proper vacation with shareholder #160, our shareholder-approved girlfriend. As our latest relationship contract provides for a shareholder-influenced vacation, we are turning to the shareholders to decide where to go on this, our first true couples' getaway.

Our funds, airline miles and the addition of this Brooks Brothers bathingwear to our wardrobe has narrowed the choices to Hawaii and Mexico.

We'll post this question twice, once as a Proposal for Hawaii and once as a Proposal for Mexico. We will take our trip to whichever destination receives the most votes.

*Alex Mahan, shareholder #114, is also fully endorsed by K. Mikey M. with a Verified Trusted Authenticity Certificate.



Past Discussion

brendanjones (50 shares, voted yes)
I'm voting for Hawaii to protect my investment. We don't need our investment to be kidnapped by narco-terrorists.
Mike Merrill
@brendanjones That's a good point. But if we were kidnapped, and then the shareholders paid the ransom maybe we could go on the Today Show again. (That's not a good reason to get kidnapped by narco-terrorists, we're just trying to see the bright side.) Also, we don't speak Spanish. (But Marijke does)
brendanjones (50 shares, voted yes)
@kmikeym Will any ransom money paid by shareholders be reimbursed in the form of shares?
arijkem (200 shares, voted no)
The real question is: which new swimmy should I get and how many underwater cameras should I bring?!
Curt (43 shares, voted yes)
When you say "most votes," does that mean highest percentage of votes or highest number of votes? ie. Does a "nay" vote matter?
ALH (0 shares)
Where in Mexico? It's a big country with a wide variety of things to do.
Mike Merrill
@brendanjones That might be a policy we should put up for a vote. @curt Highest percentage. Nay votes count! @ALH Likely Tulum, we've heard good things.