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Start-up Static

by Joel Spolsky
Wednesday, February 25, 2009

“At this point, you're so dang cocky that you have too much wine at Thanksgiving dinner and pointedly remind your mother-in-law about how rude she was to dismiss your start-up idea and how, when you're making millions of dollars, there will be nothing for her -- she can bloody well eat frozen government cheese.”

From my latest Inc. column: Start-up Static


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