Tony James wrote:I've been trying to follow all of this and frankly find it difficult to understand what is supposed to have taken place, due to the inability of being able to assess the evidence which appears either to involve matters which quote "should not concern us" or the evidence quote " is no longer available".
I'm sorry Les. I don't for one moment doubt your sincerity nor your truthfulness. But in these circumstances I do question your judgement when you cannot substantiate your findings. John's ramblings like mine and everyone else's is here for the reading.
Tony James wrote:I too have recently been the subject of an unwarranted, inaccurate and libellous attack by David Wilde for which I still haven't received any apology, either public or private.
Professor Eek wrote:Will someone pick holes in the way I work or operate? Will someone pick up points that they are not happy about regarding YOUR* work? Is that a healthy way for us to interact as a community?
Professor Eek wrote:Why did the lifeguard not rescue the hippy?
Because he was too far out maaaan!
Trev wrote:Interesting James. Very telling.
Theatre critics perform hatchet jobs on plays weekly, and friends have lost jobs due to poor reviews. Plays close within a few days after recieving bad reviews in NY (luckily London is slightly better). It is one person expressing a personal opinion. Have David's comments damaged your reputation that much? What exactly was libellous? Or is it that David's views are listened to rather than perhaps Uncle Happy from Hendon's.
Tony James wrote:
If you care to go back and recheck David Wilde's scurrilous post you will see it begins - and I quote:
"Do you know I can't wait to see these shows you do Tony"
David Wilde wrote:Do you know I can't wait to see these shows you do Tony, I'm almost tempted to ask the pjf to book you for a event, because I'm sure we would be able to get our money back under the trade descriptions act!
I bet nearly every single voice you do sounds exactly the same, apart from Judy which is just a bad impression.
And as for mud under your fingernails, wash your hands after banging your tent pegs into the ground!
You defeat your own argument about audience participation, you're right no one would really want to do a show without it!
But by including it, its not a true presentation of what you are saying that you are performing, that is without going on to the swazzle chapter!
Tony you have put your self in a good position by going to these trade shows where event organizers go to book things for their events.
So as you are probably the only one there you get booked!
Did English Heritage ask you if you used the swazzle? If they did not they had not done their homework! And I thought before signing a contract purporting to perform a genuine show surely you should have told them it wasn't!
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