Re: Report on Today's Session
- Thank god John, at least you didn't call Vance the horse himself!
Grateful for small mercies;-)
--- In email@example.com, John Hibbs <hibbs@b...>
> At 6:58 AM -0700 5/4/05, Vance Stevens wrote:
> >One test of the value of an effort is to withdraw from it and see
> >what happens.
> >(snip snip)
> >I have no intention of doing that though.
> For a moment I thought Vance would say he was going to go into the
> lurking business. Webheads might well survive without him. But it
> would not prosper in the accelerated fashion that will happen if he
> stays, not just steering the wagon, or even riding the horses that
> pull it. Vance is one of those guys who also puts his own shoulder to
> the wheel....and about all of this, there is not one single Webhead
> who will disagree!
> Thanks, Vance, for alleviating my worry that you might choose to ride
> off into the sunset. In my not humble opinion, you should have a gig
> in front of very big audiences several times a month...like in front
> of MTV, C-SPAN, BBC, Canadian, Australian and Dutch radio -- as well
> as in front of every single notable ESL event (... where their
> leaders are wise enough to pay you to do your virtual dance!!!!)
> Note this, also in my not humble opinion:
> Even if you fell the biggest tree in the forest, it does little good
> if there are not many around to see how brilliant was the cutting.
> What can WE do to get bigger audiences for Webheads? For Vance Stevens?
> Nobody, nobody, nobody leads their parade as well as does Vance
> Stevens. Of course he is also supported by a brilliant, brilliant
> cast. Go ahead - Webheads - pat yourself on the back. Your
> performances are exceptional and a harbinger of better things to come.
> Your biggest fan,
> John Hibbs