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Mikes ScreenTrade Column 12 Dec 2006 14:15 #13967

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I just read your column in this edition on ScreenTrade mag. Congrats are due. Is this going to be a regular thing, or once and done? Of course I saw the ad for e-bay at bigscreenbiz as well. Looked good. I'm curious though as to who paid for that... e-bay or you? Or was it split?
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Re: Mikes ScreenTrade Column 12 Dec 2006 15:46 #13968

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Thank you. Thank you. Ahem...... The ad was paid for by a trade with ScreenTrade. I will bet you did not think I looked that svelte.

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Re: Mikes ScreenTrade Column 12 Dec 2006 22:13 #13969

Could someone please post it?

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Re: Mikes ScreenTrade Column 21 Dec 2006 01:25 #13970

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I received a copy of ScreenTrade in the mail and read your article also, Mike. Thank you to whoever submitted my name for the copy. Nice, informative magazine.
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Re: Mikes ScreenTrade Column 21 Dec 2006 12:53 #13971

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That was a well though-out collumn, Mike. Nice job!

I think I see why your attendance has been slack lately... Perhaps, if you were to stop blocking the boxoffice window????
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Re: Mikes ScreenTrade Column 22 Dec 2006 11:59 #13972

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I will be writing a regular column for them. Next one will be on "there's not a shortage of great films but just too many of them coupled with a total fragmentation of attention" Or something like that. Screentrade has a very interesting perspective and in particular a healthy lack of corporate slavishness. Les of an air of butt kissing? Dare one say it?


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