What 99.99% of the World Doesn’t Know...Including Us

    June was a revelation in more ways than one.  Frank’s German broker was about to change our lives, and once that knowledge started to flow into our minds, there was no going back.  It started with a letter to John Waterman, our second proposed Managing Producer for THE DANGER CLUB, from Frank Cmero concerning his broker in Germany.
Dear John,

Whether I Like it or Not...It all Appears to be About Me

March 3, 2009
Hello, Team;
    Here is today's bombshell. I spoke to Rob this morning, and in three weeks he is relocating to Santa Monica -- all expenses paid by a studio (he didn't tell me which one, darn it). They are providing him with a house and office, and he is hiring a staff. He's going to be out here permanently, and I don't know if Bill Hicks is coming with him or staying to man their Florida operation. 

SPECTRE Lives Among Us, Part One

 

In the ‘James Bond’ books and movies, SPECTRE is the evil organization of world super villains and leaders that have run amok.  They build huge engines of destruction in order to manipulate the climate, economies, and the world.  In real life, they do exist...not by that or any actual name, but they are out there, working everyday to undermine positive change and progress in society.  Rather than earth-shattering, sweeping evil, they instead work as rats do in the infrastructure of a house, chewing on the foundations and destroying the living space.

An Entirely New Concept

    A lot of new producers were coming into our lives.  Some of them would stay, some would return at a later date.  Some, like Andreas Gruenberg and Daniel Zuta, were fortunately far away and likely to remain so.
    One of the producers to cross our path was Norm Swain; he would actually remain in contact with us for some time.  I received this note from him on the 23rd.
Debra; 

Hell...Somewhere in Florida


    We were thrown off the merry-go-round again.  One more time, all this work on the part of all these people who weren’t being paid, and it still wasn’t good enough.  Daniel Zuta had clearly been a mistake as a potential Managing Producer; thusfar he hadn’t done anything at all, so apparently it was a good thing we never signed a contract with him.
July 8, 2008
Bill and Rob; 

The First Really Close Call

May 19, 2008
    Everyone started to believe Rob was actually going to pull it off, this time.  Even Ian, who had been m.i.a. for almost a month, returned in the middle of May from his self-imposed exile.  It started with a letter from Scott to Ian.
Ian:

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