Tuesday, May 22, 2007

New Avenues To New Possibilities

I want to say something at this exact moment that pierces right thru the shell of the mundane world. That hits right underneath the surface of a world that is filled with endless possibilities including an unlikely Presidential campaign. Yesterday I did my first interview with a San Francisco Newspaper that should be coming out in Early July. I have a meeting with a production company on Wednesday who has a serious interest in producing "The Impossible Prez". I very excited but also very calm about all the current things going on around me.

I will keep everyone posted on the progress of the campaign and the television/documentary series that will be in conjunction with it. I am working with some extremely talented people and San Fran has been a world of blessings for me. I really do love this town and soaking up the time that I have left before I leave you.
I was at the Bay to Breakers campaign and I had an amazing with a few of my friends and the most amazing and wonderful people that were met along the way. We are entering into a whole new day where people truly realize that anything can happen if your open to new possibilities.

We must constantly allow ourselves to grow in new and different ways and these new routines will create new adventures. To quote Tom Petty "I am learning TO Fly, but ain't got wings." We are on the brink of a whole new way of going about things. I would once again like to thank all the people that have been spreading the buzz about the campaign and sending links to the youtube videos that have resonated with you.
This is campaign aimed at many different types of people not all aspects of it will always appeal to you initially but may it always inspire you to look at old things in new ways.


Dr John Bender said...


My boss is always cliche-ing about how we "need to think outside of the box." I challenged her with the idea that there is no box and there is no thought. She was disturbed greatly by this.

... and I just thought I was thinking outside of the box.

Anonymous said...

I love it. By the way did you hear Reverend Steve died recently. I wonder what the funeral was like. He did a great interview on Te'DeVan and Smiley before his passing though.

Dr John Bender said...

Personally, I don't believe it. Reverend Steve was, from what I have been told, obsessed with faking his own death. His obituary said that his heart gave out while laying a thick turd. That is actually how Elvis died, and seeing as how that was one of the good Reverend's favourite stories, I have to believe it to be false.

Or is it?

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