opentInvent is where I release ideas to public domain. I am unable to patent but that doesn't stop me from inventing. I was in a mental ward and accused of mental incompetence I lost te right to own real property and I lost the right to vote. As a result of what I felt was double jeopardy for the crime of mental incompetence I was further punished because I lost access to the internet, as well as my attorney, and mail.
If you think I am a moron for publically releasing invention ideas instead of keeping a secret and/or getting ripped off by someone without proof of invention (note: you can send yourself an unsealed envelope- the poorman's patent is a myth.) or you have another comment Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org If you are an attorney and would like to help me sue the USPTO for not having a fee-waiver please contact me. Or if you can help me sue for the right to patent and use the internet (US Amendment I- "assemble in peace")
while restrained of the in/unalienable right of liberty in mental wards, jails, and/or prisons — please contact me. Visit the http://www.facebook.com/pages/openInvent: facebook page.
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