LETTERS  PCR #399      (November 12--18, 2007)

  • A reader finds us through Jim Stafford search
  • Another reader finds ED's 20K Leagues ride article

    Letters to the EditorWe welcome your feedback.


    Was doing search on Jim Stafford and your site came up. Thanks for keeping some record for us all to see what FLA has brought to the World in music.

    Glad you're in FLA................

    Watch out for deadly SHARKS, SNAKES, and GATORS. Know worry The Wild BLACK BEARS and FLORIDA PANTHERS have been Stolen by Uncontrolled Developers and Greedy Politicians, but therz still a few Crazy Crackers and Indians running around! Hope you enjoy the music and make it to one of my performances.

    Peace On and Offshore,

    Scotty Lee Rexroat

    Hello, Scotty. And ....you're welcome! Thank you for writing me! I intend to keep this up.
       Jim Stafford has Florida ties to Polk County and to some of my family over there. But I'm sure you already found that in your search.
       Keep me abreast as to locations, dates, etc., of your performances. --- Nolan


    I enjoyed
    your article on why the Disney Submarine ride closed. I haven't been to Disneyland since the new submarine ride "re-opened' but will ride it in March of '08. Thanks for the history. I started going to the park in 1957 and rode the submarine many times when it opened.

    I'm now re-titling doing new graphics on my audio-book that had a bad title "Hard Rock Lovers" (some said sounds like 'adult' title), changing to "Rock Star Rising". The title and graphics were a mistake, and will be expensive to re-record the title, dump my supply of old CDs and make new ones.

    But I gained energy by watching "The Making of 20K" DVD and equating myself to Disney who dumped the 'sunset' squid scene and paid for a new one. It hurts but has to be done.

    That's why I was just searching 20K and found your cool site.

    When I was 8 I saw "The Making of 20k" on Disneyland TV and decided to be a movie director, I directed 6 features.

    No need to reply. Just thanks for the nicely written article.

    Paul Kyriazi

    Paul, hello, and thanks so much for writing! I know you said I didn't have to reply but I wanted to anyway. I appreciate the kind words about my website and about the 20K article.
       The author of the 20K article you read was ED Tucker of Jacksonville, FL. I'll let him know of your email.
       I visited your website and was quite impressed. I'm honored you found something of value on CrazedFanboy.com. Thanks again for writing. ---Nolan

    To send an email to Letters to the Editor write to: Crazedfanboy1@aol.com.  Any emails sent to this address will be assumed intended for publication unless you specifically instruct me not to. I can and do respond privately, if that is your preference. Frequently, it's both ways.---Nolan

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