An interesting article I found. However the part about the redline and bel-sti being equal I dunno. Lmao... I am having problems believing anything truly comes close to Valentine One in detection within real world driving.
I watched videos today online of the redline versus V1. I swear whats going on is people are sabatoging the videos as if it's all escort paid for propaganda. I see things like the two detectors are not side by side. The other thing that comes to mind is tampering with the V1's internals to make it not detect as good.
My question here is since Mike owns the patent on the arrows and it expires. Why can he not simply renew them? What is the patent law that keeps him from simply renewing his own patent?
I sure hope he can renew it, or as he has something up his sleeve he is working on. I wouldnt mind a GIANT HORN lmao.. or super big dash mounted radar detection unit lmao if it will mean greater distance of detection lol.
I am confident Mike has something for us!
Michael Valentine - A True Entrepreneur
Published on 05-19-2011 01:26 PM
When Michael Valentine was in grade school he lived in the suburbs of Vandalia Ohio. He was overweight and very self-conscious. Being picked on in school didn’t stop him from being independent and pursuing his hobbies such as playing the sousaphone and tinkering with ham radios. Early on he had little motivation for schoolwork and didn’t know what type of career path he wanted to take. When college time rolled around he decided to attend the University of Cincinnati as an electrical engineering major, mainly based on his interest in radios. After his fifth quarter, however, he was forced to withdraw due to a low GPA. Vietnam was going on at the time and Michael applied to Wright State so that he could keep his draft deferment. Michael realized that while he was intelligent, the only difference between him and students with high grades was hard work. After two quarters he went back to the University of Cincinnati with a new outlook and achieved a 4.0 during his remaining time there.
After graduation he married a woman named Margaret and got his first job with R.L. Drake Company. The reason Michael choose Electrical Engineering as his major was his interest in ham radios, and the same was true for his first job, R.L. Drake manufactured them. Unfortunately mixing this hobby with a career didn’t work out for Michael; after working as an engineer, switching to the marketing department, and then going to work for three different radio companies, he finally got fed up and went back to school as an MBA.
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