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  1. activist1234 commented on Luann about 14 hours ago

    Brdshtt – give FhvnEd a break! Click on his avatar— he’s been a member two years and has posted 18 comments.
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    Silence makes his words precious. If you read them, you will find his comments insightful, wise, supportive, informative. And the strips to which he responds are some of the most difficult strips being written!

  2. activist1234 commented on Luann about 14 hours ago

    “I’ve been wondering about this: In what town do the firefighters wear dress uniforms, with necktie, on everyday duty?”
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    Carleton – as I remember, a large part of Brad’s duties is as a PR person for the dept.— giving fire safety classes to the laity. This was in part how he kept his job.

  3. activist1234 commented on Candorville about 16 hours ago

    Cool discussion today. Thanks, everybody!

  4. activist1234 commented on Luann about 16 hours ago

    TJ, this is why we all need vision. Details of everyday life are always bringing us down, and that vision of success (however you define it) lifts us back up and propels us on.

  5. activist1234 commented on Luann about 18 hours ago

    I was kind of hoping this week would be either the arc of Brad & Toni’s wedding or a continuation of Gunther & Rosa in Peru. There are SO many possibilities in the latter, I can’t imagine that Team Evans won’t use them.

  6. activist1234 commented on Luann about 18 hours ago

    “That would be nice…can be done in one day… ;)”
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    ORM – Heard WW is hiring, now that the summer help is leaving. APB – now is a good time to anyone who wants to apply at a fast food restaurant.

  7. activist1234 commented on Luann 1 day ago

    … Back to yesterday.
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    Ok, Lorraine, you have a talent for set design— a gift. But that alone won’t cut it. A talent, a gift, is only an opportunity. You need much more.
    1) Training. A raw talent has little practical use.
    2) Perseverance. I think on Michael Jordan (?). He was so talented. But in high school he said he would stand in one spot and shoot hoops until he made 25 in a row. 24? Back to “1”. You’ll need to persevere to perfect your talent, to make it into a skill.
    3) Opportunity. You’ll need to seek out good teachers. You’ll need to seek out opportunities to practice what you are taught.
    4) Self-sacrifice. Your friends will be hanging out at WW or having fun at a dance. But you’ll be backstage sweating in a children’s version of “3 Little Pigs”. Do it.
    5) Professional performance. After you are trained & experienced, the good gigs might not come your way. Seek them out. Don’t wait for them to come to you. If you can’t find any, make your own opportunities to show what you can do.
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    Oh, and as the popular media say, have fun.

  8. activist1234 commented on Luann 1 day ago

    … Back to yesterday.
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    Ok, Lorraine, you have a talent for set design— a gift. But that alone won’t cut it. A talent, a gift, is only an opportunity. You need much more.
    1) Training. A raw talent has little practical use.
    2) Perseverance. I think on Michael Jordan (?). He was so talented. But in high school he said he would stand in one spot and shoot hoops until he made 25 in a row. 24? Back to “1”. You’ll need to persevere to perfect your talent, to make it into a skill.
    3) Opportunity. You’ll need to seek out good teachers. You’ll need to seek out opportunities to practice what you are taught.
    4) Self-sacrifice. Your friends will be hanging out at WW or having fun at a dance. But you’ll be backstage sweating in a children’s version of “3 Little Pigs”. Do it.
    5) Professional performance. After you are trained & experienced, the good gigs might not come your way. Seek them out. Don’t wait for them to come to you. If you can’t find any, make your own opportunities to show what you can do.
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    Oh, and as the popular media say, have fun.

  9. activist1234 commented on Luann 5 days ago

    Glad to see you’re a “genius” at production, Lou.
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    On the other hand, be careful what you’re good at— lest you get imprisoned in production rather than in performing.

  10. activist1234 commented on Candorville 6 days ago

    DHG – You’ve given me some points to think on. Thanks!