[Update 1/7/2019: Please see Post #6 for info about my EVO offer.] Hey all, it's been a while since I've posted here, but I've been creeping pretty consistently. Even though I ended up dropping MKX and I2, I still consider the TYM members friends and almost family. What can I say, it's tough to make new friends as an adult. I'm 35, living in Iowa with my wife while she wraps up her PhD. I own my own business, which is pretty cool, but I don't get out much. I miss my old Nashville friends a lot, as I've no one to play with offline. @Espio is the man, and reached out to me when my mom died, while none of my old friends did. That shit meant a lot. In any case, whenever an awesome opportunity comes up, I like to offer it to the TYM crowd. So far no one has taken me up, but it's only a matter of time. It's probably because these opportunities seem too good to be true, and I don't blame you. But this shit is real. I'm a 3-time college dropout with a 6-figure business. I employee plenty of college graduates, which is pretty damn satisfying. You all are awesome, and that's why I put out these posts (even if you disagree that Cheetah/Batman is unwinnable...). I made a robot. A fucking robot. It's me, a gameshow host. It's a tiny computer, about the size of a shoe box. It hosts live Bingo games in bars and restaurants. I'm looking for people who can sell it to their local venues. I pay $100 per unit sold, plus 25% commission for 1 year. It comes out to roughly $600 per unit sold, on average. So sell 100 and congratulations, you just made $60,000! Seriously, no strings attached. The money is deposited directly into your bank account or sent as a check; your choice. Here is a video of the game in action. The video was made for my current Bingo customers, who play on laminated cards with dry erase markers, so it kind of glosses over a few things. These shitty laminated-card games bring in 50+ players per night, and I think this automated game will be way more popular. Here is a video of the website in action. The address is woodysbingo.com. So what are you waiting for? Send me a PM if you're interested. No experience required. I'll send you a demo unit you can use to show venue decision makers how the game works. With no host to pay, it costs almost nothing to run a game. It's basically a money-printing machine for venues, so sales are stupid easy if you can reach the decision-maker. Most venues see a 300% return on the cost of the show. -Woody Here are some of our regulars enjoying the game.