We're rich bitch! Now let's get a Fiverr or some other code for cash guy to make DSP great again. By which I mean to make this competitive with the other sites online. Or are we the wrong headed ones who should stay in our lane? I always was the stumbling block whenever somebody wanted to take DSP into the competitive field. I don't like to mix business with pleasure. Money with friends. For most of my life this type of thing feels disgusting to me. Maybe I'm only bi-capitalist and have a lefty heart. As much as I like to keep my heart at the center... It's to the left of my breastplate. So whenever someone wanted to turn DSP into a business I would somehow or another start throwing balls and strikes at the same time until it became a balk and an error. Back with Jad we had the feeling that one day just keeping DSP afloat would be costlier and more of an issue than actually having it turn a profit and risk alienating that spirit of sport that I enjoy. It's gracefulness. That only comes with liberty to be yourself... Whatever that is at the time. And that freedom comes from knowing that there is no money changing hands. Publicly. So now DSP has gone public. You all are now the boss. And that carries some responsibility. Accountability in one way or another. Only the shareholders know what they want. And these shareholders are required to urge leadership to represent them while leading them simultaneously. Because the shareholders are also leadership. And are masters of this domain. So what do you want for your house? If you know what you want then just do it. If you don't know what you want... When?