From: moses@unknownlab.com
To: ardarvin@gmail.com
Subject: RE:

Hello Ard,

We are interested in doing a collaboration with Buildering.net. Please, let me introduce you to Solomon Berg (@Soloflow7), who is the frontman and main influencer of Gravitated Equations – a flipping team based in Santa Monica, CA. With over 120K active and engaged Instagram followers, and posts eclipsing 20 million views, Solomon embodies a fresh, vibrant energy that compliments Buildering.net.

Solomon’s following is growing rapidly as he characterizes discipline, healthy living, and motivation. I would like to schedule a conversation with you to discuss a potential partnership.

I have attached a detailed presentation to give you some more information on his media influence. You can also learn more about Solomon’s reach on his website, here.


thanks,
moses
moses@unknownlab.com

Hello Moses,

It’s official, my generation is the shittiest. I don’t even know what generation it is, that’s how shitty it is. From this official-esque article, it turns out I’m Gen X, and it pretty much reads me like a book. Yup we’re shitty — but I disagree with the worst music comment, which I think is referring to 80s pop, which I am SUPER into right now.  It’s yacht rock all day ever day here in the buildering.net offices.

Anyway, about Solomon. Fuck me. A sixteen year old with an agent and PowerPoint presentation? Is this what it takes to make it in today’s Shark Tank elevator pitch world? Duder really wants to make a career out of being positive and doing somersaults.  He had me at tits.

I’m not sure what it all means, but buildering.net is decidedly uncollaboratory, and is hydrophobic of revenue streams. We are constantly turning down opportunities from shoe companies, TV production studios, and hair gel companies. Yup, hair gel. Your guess is as good as mine. Not because we’re too good for them, but because we lack any sort of entrepreneurial spirit and would prefer to make fun of them rather than explore working relationships.

Sorry man. Tits and flips are cool though. We can post a couple pics up on the site if you think it would help.

-Ard

PS: Nice PowerPoint. Really. I’m a bit of a PowerPoint aesthete, having ascended the corporate ladder to “he who attends PowerPoint presentations all damned day.” Maybe we could collab on some templates?

[Powerpoint presentation not added. It’s essentially the same as his website. Email me if you really want to see it.]