There are many great magicians and illusionist. The most famous for our entitlement generation was a Hungarian named Harry Houdini, then there was Robert, his brother, David Blaine, PC Sorcar, Doug Henning, one of TSB's favorites right up there with Penn and Teller, Criss Angel, Harry Blackstone, Jr., David Copperfield and the obvious Harry Potter, the most talented of them all. Hey, was he real? Yet, the more TSB evaluates the spine industry, the real winner must be SpineArt. Why?
For starters, have you ever looked at their website, or is it websites? Is the company SpineArt and why does it default the viewer to K-Wireless? And who is K-Wireless? Since SpineArt is covert in how they present themselves surrounded by mystique and veiled in secrecy, is this really a plot to overthrow the spine world? Where the hell is Etan Hunt when you need him? Last time TSB saw him, he was scaling one of the tallest buildings in the world. Can you hear the music in the background, actually there's an idea. If it wasn't an infringement, SpineArt should have the Mission Impossible Theme Song playing in the background on their website. Oh if Jim Phelps was alive. By the way youngsters, he was the real Ethan Hunt. But back to the chase. Can you hear it fellow Spineophile. Dat, Dat, Dat,......Dat......Dat, Dat.........Dat, Dat, Da..........Da Ra Ra, Da, Ra, Ra, Da, Ra, Ra.......Da, Ra. Come on Spineart its been years since you have been flying the flag of a neutral country, the Butterfly, oops TSB means Switzerland. Though, it does look cute on your implants. So TSB must quote Meatloaf, "what's it going to be boys?"
Your implants look pretty, but what implant doesn't look pretty when they are presented on the web? A cannulated pedicle screw, an option for a micro open (what does that mean Mr. Marketeer at SA) is it open, or is it micro opened, a percutaneous approach and some, butterflies are free, inter-body devices. As Peggy Lee sang, "Is that all there is?" Oh, TSB forgot, based on the latest commentary, you are launching sterile implants, as Borat would say, "that's a nice," but that isn't innovation, now is it? You haven't even entered any of your products into the Spine Technology Awards, which speaks volumes about your products. Your testimonials come from Florida, Missouri, and France, but so what? Based on what anyone can discern by viewing a takeoff on the Rubik''s Cube, you must have some type of disc that comes out of Switzerland, and some bungee cord type of products that must be used for interspinous process cases. So what is it SA? Are you going to be a player of are you really an illusionist looking for some sucker who is interested in buying your IP and current portfolio. TSB must admits Harry Potter would be impressed with the magic that this website creates. It's precision is as beautiful as Roger Federer's backhand.