.I sit here writing to you with the fear of the outdoors (agoraphobia). I am an autistic 37-year-old disabled man, offering you a chance to help a schizoaffective person with all types of anxieties and depression. I know we have never met, but I am offering you an opportunity to invest in me as a fellow human being
In whichwho requires a helping hand. up.
What I am asking for are funds to purchase a car and a few salt-water aquariums; money for a
rodiRO/DI reverse-osmosis deionization unit for clean water, tools, DIY culture stations, and funds for lighting, live rocks, filtering equipment along with live stock such as phytoplankon, copepods, coral and fish.
The question to ask yourself is why. Why should I give to this man? Is he worth it? Will he succeed? I hope to convince you below.
I have not been giving a fair shake in life. Since losing my 5th and final real job due to my inability to be around people for long periods of time, and my lack of social skills, I eventually ended up on disability.
the start of beinggoing on disability 12 years ago, I decided that I should focus on something that I might be able to enjoy and potentially make a living at. while loving my career choice,This ended up being "homemy career choice of making salt-water reef aquariums. Over the last 12 years of settinghaving set up well over 10 successful reef aquariums and having to sell coral (underwater animals that resemble flowers) from within my aquariums to be able to afford it, I soon realized how expensive this hobby is. So I decided to culture phytoplanlton which is a single-celled algae that feeds copepods and coral. Copepods are like tiny shrimps inwhich feed corals and larva (baby fish) to full-grown fish. Copepods also scavenge for food and keep the home coral reef clean.
Over time, my wife and I grew apart. I know if I can get on my feet, I will have no problem supporting my children again on a regular basis.
Since separating from my wife, I gave up on my dream.
whereI havehad been slowly beenestablishing myself and havehad found a few paper routes to help fund my passion. Unfortunately at this rate it will take over 10 years to get to where I want to be in life, and by then the market may be over-saturated with others wanting to do the same thing.
These 4 things are to:The four main points of my business idea are: sell coral, breed fish, culture phytoplankton and copepods then either sell them locally or to all over Canada.
I want to do what I did before, but instead of just selling coral to fund my career, I will also be selling fish, phytoplankton and copepods on a larger scale, so that I am
forsuremore likely to make money, and then I can provide for myself and others while not being a burden onto society.
To do this, I will need my bachelor apartment
inwhich I have now. Then I need to load it with aquariums, etc. or a storefront and of course the compassion of a few fellow human beings. I will need people to believe in me; that all my studying and success at aquaculturing over the past 12 years was not for nothing. Please help me out.
I am a believer in karma, and what goes around, comes around. If you give to me, you have my word that I will help another person in need when I get on my feet and can afford to give back. God bless. Dr BlueThumb - Reef Corals and Aquaculture, phyto4life live food, and copepod4life live food and reef cleaners.
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