Alex is CISM starting a new sport and have a few questions about how to protect my idea.
Unfortunately, Alex did not enter anything else after that. So that is the end of
this for 20. For 25 years, I can almost predict the questions that would have. One of them is, is a sport even patentable? A lot of people think of patents and you're too young for this, but in Back to the Future, they had this flux capacitor, and the future the flux capacitor, come on, John, you keep under estimating me. Okay. So why? Oh, okay, good.
But you don't have to have you think inventors are like this, this crazy professor and back to the future that you've got to have be a rocket scientist or have some crazy complicated idea. So going back to Alex, and his idea of a sports idea is clearly patentable. And I'm gonna hold this up real quick. If a sleeve that goes over a coffee cup, can get a patent. Yeah, and it's not too simple. If and we'll go for other ideas if the label on
Ron Brown is the inventor of the reverse label on a ketchup bottle, combined with this nozzle, if he can get a patent on this and sell that patent for $13 million.
Because it's considered that, you know, it's not too simple if a post it note, which is removable glue on a piece of paper is not too complicated. I don't know what sport Alex has. But if it's got a ball doesn't even have to have a ball if it's got some components. If it's got a series of steps, it's protectable. So I know we've got a lot of questions. Let's go on to the next one. And Alex, if you have something that's specific godine inventors mastermind or call my office we don't charge for consultations or sign a nondisclosure agreement. We'll make sure your questions are answered.