Palmer Luckey Super Villain

Palmer Luckey is the founder of the tech company Oculus Rift. When interviewed by Blake Harris for Harris’ book “ The History of The Future”, Luckey shared that as a child he had dreamed of being the super villain as opposed to a super hero. Lucky went on to explain that in comic books, the villains were always the ones with the coolest gadgets! They had the tools to spy on and locate people, while heroes only had their special abilities…

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Former Marine, finance professional and lover of AIkido. You can find me at www.abovethefraypodcast.com

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