[pct-l] ''CUPID'S COT''.....super light weight backpacking chair
reinholdmetzger at cox.net
Tue May 8 14:39:21 CDT 2007
Switchback & Tortoise,
I have been giving this ''CUPID'S COT'' idea substantial thought and the
more I think about it the more I like it............. I can recognize a good
business opportunity when I see one.
What a brilliant idea, a ''Cupid's Cot'' made for two, from cuban fabric &
carbon fiber, would spark a tremendous surge in backpacking interest and
other outdoor activities.
I know a lot of my friends don't backpack or don't backpack as often as they
would like because their wives or girl friends do not like the idea of
sleeping on the ground among snakes, scorpions and spiders
Now, a ''Cupid's Cot'' build for two would change all that.
All of a sudden backpacking would be acceptable to all and would be viewed
as a romantic get-away adventure affordable to all , not just the rich &
I can see it already.....''CUPID'S COTS,''......by Reinhold, Tortoise &
Switchback.....for the ultimate wilderness romance experience.
This will sell like hot cakes.....I think we should apply for a patted
immediately and formulate a business venture plan to get this to the market
as soon as possible.
This will require a lot up-front cash to get off the ground, so we need to
raise venture capital by bringing investors aboard.
I think we should give backpackers the first opportunity to come aboard on
the ground floor.
If response is slow we can have Merrill Lynch float an IPO.
This could be bigger than Micro Soft.
I AM SO EXITED ABOUT THIS , I AM LIKE A LITTLE KID IN A CANDY STORE.
Chief executive officer
Cupid's Cots, Inc.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Tortoise" <Tortoise73 at charter.net>
To: "Reinhold Metzger" <reinholdmetzger at cox.net>
Cc: "'PCT-L'" <pct-l at backcountry.net>; <Hiker97 at aol.com>
Sent: Monday, May 07, 2007 11:20 AM
Subject: Re: [pct-l] Super Light Backpacking Chair
> Now's your chance to get ahead of Switchback and start your
> own cottage business. Design and manufacture a combo
> sling-chair and cot. Maybe make it out of carbon fiber and
> cuban fabric so it is super-light, too light for Switchback.
> You could also make sure it is strong enough or flexible
> enough or what ever for two passionate people.
> In fact you could even call it ---- "Cupid's cot".
> <> He who finishes last, wins! <>
> I switched to Mac OSX rather than fight Windows
> Using Mozilla Thunderbird
> Reinhold Metzger wrote:
> > Switchback, at $99.95 does that include that good looking chick sitting
> > that chair, or is she extra?
> > Hhhhmmmm........let me see know.......with the ''SLING LIGHT'' camping
> > I could use a floor-less tent, I would not need a ground cloth nor would
> > need a pad......hhhmmm.....and with a 545 lb test load I assume it would
> > support 2 people......hhhmmm.......
> > JMT Reinhold.....hhhhmmm......still thinking
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