Re: "Stay off your little toys"

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by D@Z, Dec 7, 2008.

  1. D@Z

    D@Z Guest

    I completely understand where you are coming from, Elvis had the same
    problem, no one knew how great he was and he often was thrown out of Las
    Vegas because no one knew him.......

    "WeReo_ScoTTy" <> wrote in message
    news:dfL_k.41018$...
    > I had a "press agent" who will go unnamed who left a voicemail, "the dead
    > man (who died 12 years ago) said I must "stay off my little toy" because
    > he got the directive from the dead man.
    >
    > The buffoon never could spell my name right, thus preventing me from
    > showing anyone anything printed in his erratic little newsletter which he
    > called a newspaper.
    >
    > If that's not enough he never could get anyone's mailing address right
    > either, thus causing plenty of friction between the target and your
    > mailman. Of course he never could send an EMAIL because he doesn't want "a
    > little toy" to send one on.
    >
    > Then the manipulator/opportunist/power freak decides who is your soulmate
    > and how to talk to each individual family member. And all the while I'm
    > waiting for the dead man to get me a booking for 20-odd years.
    >
    > Don't you know he's got a good group of us show biz veterans enRAGEd by
    > these antics by now?
    >
    > Then he tells me to call creep 1. I call creep 1 and the next day get a
    > voicemail from creep 2 upstate THREATENING MY LIFE if I ever call creep 1
    > again.
    >
    > Of course I'm forbidden to read Backstage and Show Business even though
    > the clairvoyant's newsletter has been missing deadlines for 4 years. I kid
    > you not.
    >
    > Let alone sending me on wild goose chases awl over New York City to
    > fantasy "bookings." One time this con man told me I had a booking at the
    > David Letterman Show. Whew! I finally made the big time. "Wear the hat,
    > wear the hat" the fantasy newspaper mogul tells me.
    >
    > So I put on the hat on trudge on down to The Ed Sullivan Theatre, walk in
    > the lobby, and announce myself. The great Scott Lifshine is here. The
    > befuddled show assistant comes back 15 minutes later and tells me to get
    > out of there, we've never heard of you *or* your buffoonish press agent.
    >
    > I'll eventually get over this. After 20 years of this slipshod "publicity"
    > I finally told him I don't want to be in his next issue with the
    > newsletter.
    >
    > It was at this point the 73 year old who gets his directives from the dead
    > man to "stay off your little toy" becomes vicious and bilious with
    > registered letters (he finally got the address right, I think) and
    > threatening blackmail-like phone calls that if I don't invest in this
    > upcoming "film" of his I will be seen in a very negative light in this
    > film.
    >
    > For god sakes the putz can't even send out an EMAIL, let alone produce a
    > film! This is just a few examples of the complaints I've got against this
    > vicious buffoon.
    >
    > Hey buffoon I don't appreciate you telling me when I can and cannot send
    > out an email or press notice to awl my friends out here.
    >
    > And if you don't mind I need my "little toy" here in order to COMMUNICATE
    > with everyone on the internets. How else are they supposed to know I'm the
    > only speaker who matters in the Universities?
    >
    > Sending this fucking creep copies of the biggest write-up in world history
    > written about me cawled One day in 1974 ... about what I did at the
    > behemoth California Jam and stuff I realize now were wastes of good
    > 11 x 17s and postage and envelopes.
    >
    > Is there a 12 year old film producer on earth today who can't send out an
    > email to cast and crew, ASSHOLE? And you don't have any "SAG authorization
    > letters" for this fantasy little major film of yours either. SAG doesn't
    > issue authorization letters to buffoons with no email addresses, let alone
    > a website.
    >
    > And perhaps even a Myspace, a Facebook and a Youtube may bolster up your
    > credibility in the eyes of SAG? But no, you despise the idea of anyone
    > using our "little toys" here to COMMUNICATE with each other.
    >
    > Get rid of a buffoon today. So how's YOUR day going?
    >
     
    D@Z, Dec 7, 2008
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