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messaging midwest August 31, 2006

Posted by verysmallthoughts in Political, Uncategorized.
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Just dropped off my event backdrop banner file and hope it turns out stunningly. Wide format, display design is always fun.

Only 13 days allowed for planning the SCIENCE APPLIED To The WTC Collapses event, and its success or failure will be a testament whether networking with local individuals who are well informed about the 9/11 issue and determinedly trying to effect change can pull a speaker event off this hurridly. There simply has not been time or money for any formal advertising or preregistration system.

SCIENCE APPLIED TO THE WTC COLLAPSES
9/11 Researcher Jim Hoffman Speaking to Kansas City
Saturday Sept. 2, at The Uptown Theater, 3700 Broadway, Kansas City
Times: 1:00-2:30 AND 7-9 PM, Admission $8.00 (two differing presentations)
More information and flyers

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misc. August 29, 2006

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Peter McCandless will be interviewing Jim Hoffman on the PeterMac show at 5 pm tonight, so be sure to listen if you can. Station is KCXL, 1140 on the AM dial.

Due to scheduling circumstances outside of control (deadline of plane fare rebate and two vacations), there was less than two weeks (13 days) to put this event together.

Before vacation, I had wasted two weeks trying to find someone educated enough about 9-11 to debate Jim, or even give equal time to the official investigations. Contacted about 75 people, including area political science professors, and no one was willing. Then a friend advised me this was a futile direction (which it absolutely was in hindsight). No one willing to debate Hoffman. Who would have thunk?

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methods August 26, 2006

Posted by verysmallthoughts in Political, Uncategorized.
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I never watch television, but occasionally hear its noise pollution. It seems as if they’re especially revving up the propaganda campaign for the upcoming anniversary of the horrific event. In a recent discussion with my associates, I mentioned having recently reviewed 9-11 Research’s page about leading newspaper’s headlines of that awful day. Jim has nailed an important aspect of the discussion.

event flyer & logo, ezine link August 26, 2006

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Spanking new logo and flyer now available on Hoffman event resource page.

EZine has tons of useful, well written articles. Who’s Your Target Market? Target marketing is a critically important factor to consider in all publicity campaigns. Many publicity campaigns fail to recognize (to their own detriment), Image is Everything.

letter to journalists August 25, 2006

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Good response to Open Letter to KC Leaders and Journalists to over 100 media folks (some of whom are familiar with this camera bug for previous area local-war activism photography work). A page has been compiled with Hoffman Event Resources, so please help to spread the word.

beautiful black hills of SD August 22, 2006

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Just back from incredible Black Hills (camping).

All that glitters is not silver and gold. The trail up to Harney Peak was covered with beautiful mica. Glistening reflections of mica minerals cast a translucent net of sunlight rays throughout the dry forest understory. Poderosa pine’s bark smells like vanilla.

site map August 5, 2006

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One overlooked, invaluable resource for specific 9/11 questions is the Site Map at 911Research.com. 911Research.com is an extensive site, but its Site Map allows one to easily find answers to common 9/11 questions.