i have ONE...count it...ONE friggin friend...i'll forward u his resume if u want! he is SO friggin respectful of me that if we go eat together....and the food arrives...HE WILL NOT EAT A SINGLE BITE TILL I START EATING....i've fucking tested him on this...and we have sat for 30 mins with our food getting cold...I TRUST HIM WITH MY LIFE. This field is soooo vast that i cannot really count on myself for remembering EVERYTHING..even if i have read it in the past(24, 900ish pg books n counting). i'm fucking smart...there i said it...i have a blazing understanding of complex problems...BUT...so does he....and now n then u DO forget some shit that might cost your client 20k if u happened to type the wrong command on a production router....i'm his wall to lean on and he is mine
and complex problems...that r out opf reach of other engineers....bring it!
i live n die for such problems...cause otherwise..I'm always bored
Well, the food thing is a little peculiar, lol. It it was me, I'd start my own company and have him do the same, and then contract to one another as the need arises. Unless, of course, you feel confident that you could exploit him to your advantage.
(Welcome to business, leave your soul at the door.) Failing that, I'd want to iron out every contingency while feelings are still good. The inequitable distribution of profits or losses could change the mood real quick further down the line. And like I said, I'd have the business and the bank account in my name, not the wife's. At the very least both names jointly. But leaving your name off altogether is lunacy.
Most important is to get some independent advice without your girl or prospective partner in the room. It'll cost you a couple hundred but it might be the best money you ever spent.
Thats got to smell bro..what all are you growing I know tomatoes but they suck what else?
Oh that's ok. It's up against my annoying neighbor's fence.
Nah, really it doesn't smell. It's still quite cold here.
Beans, peas, radish, spinach, broccoli, lettuce, capsicum, cayenne, beets, strawberries, artichoke, parsley, basil, thyme, dill, oregano, chives, garlic chives, cilantro, sage, rosemary, and probably a few more.