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Would you "out" yourself to a Google Employee?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by lincolnave, Apr 12, 2016.

  1. lincolnave

    lincolnave Regular Member

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    Next Door neighbor is Google employee.

    Wonder, if JVing would be a good idea? WH is a given.

    Anybody done this?
     
  2. islandman1010

    islandman1010 Elite Member

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    He might just make the tea there or sweep up.
     
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    He doesn't have any superpowers just because he works at Google - so no, work on your own shit and get 100% of the profit rather than splitting.
     
  4. lincolnave

    lincolnave Regular Member

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    Doubt it, with the house he has, +$800K.

    If he does, it would be the best tea in the world.
     
  5. Floopa75

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    Go for it. Worst he can do is say no. But make sure you come to him with a solid idea as assuming you're in Silicon Valley, I can only imagine he's been bothered more than a handful of times by losers with terrible business ideas.
     
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  6. lincolnave

    lincolnave Regular Member

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    Thx, pretty funny.
     
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    99% of Google employee dont know how search engine works
     
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    Value of a house has no reflection on income at all. My mate CEOSam Massey lives in a crack squat but is a billionaire. What does that tell you? He makes a real shit cup of tea?
     
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    What does he work in google?

    Just working in google doesn't mean he will have super powers on everything.
     
  10. Gosite

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    Is he the one moving the serps ? Tell him to make a bot for us :D
     
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    Neah, forget it. No Google employee would risk his job for a freakin` JV.
     
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  12. Sherbert Hoover

    Sherbert Hoover Jr. Executive VIP Jr. VIP

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    If I made $800,000 a year, I would want nothing to do with someone trying to copy an Adsense Exploit.

    Homes do not equal status any more.

    I have a former coworker who lives in a $5.5m, 7,000 square foot home in Tennessee. He inherited it when his parents died in a car accident a few years ago. He makes $75k a year, and treats the taxes, insurance, etc as a "mortgage".

    My wife is working with a pair of trauma surgeons who pull in close to a million a year easily. They live in a $300,000 home because a) it's paid off, and b) that's all they need. Their big expenditure is travel.
     
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  13. Kyle6

    Kyle6 Newbie

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    I didn't do that.
     
  14. Shadexpwn

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    He probably has no relation to the Search Index department so it'd be of no use unless you want to take him out for a coffee to then get some information about the future of technological planning ;) !

    In all honesty he might not even notice you unless you mow the lawn at the same time as him.
     
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    ^

    Someone could buy a $100,000 fixer upper during a down period and between it going from buyers market to sellers market and doing DIY projects to increase value the value jumps to $250,000. Its totally independent of their income.
     
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