My two and a half recent commercial ventures have proven failures. It wasn’t all my fault. In one case it was pure bad luck: The Thailand Bullet Proof Garment, or better known as a bullet-proof-flack vest, BPFV.
The Thai vest project was a rock solid concept whose time had come, a customized stylish bullet and stab proof vest in multi-shade colors offered to the Bangkok public for only $39.99 with free deliver to your door anywhere in Asia. The security garment could to be used for protection by ladies, gentlemen, and children in Thailand during their period of political upheaval and violence. It was just starting to take off when the military coup took place and demonstrators and others began feeling safe. Of course the market for bullet proof vests practically collapsed.
These were not just any old style bullet proof vests that you see the miliary and police…
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