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Sure that could change with one phone call. It's not like I have nothing out there. This is just the first time in 15 years of writing that a script of mine hasn't sold.

Greetings, I don't at all mean to be fatuous but I wonder whether your current travails and your experience with contacting The Motley Fool Boards would make for a sellable script? It's struck me repeatedly in the nearly two years that I've been on these boards how utterly articulate and brilliant the participants can be - and how varied in earning power and in level of indebtedness or debt recovery. Just go back and read through some of the posts (many are revealed by their subject matter, and many here could point you to those threads with their own form of bathos and triumph). It's just a quick instinctive thought, but still worth mentioning; the idea that what we do here (though actual strangers we are virtual friends) might be of real interest to the uninitiated public. I vote that it really would.

xraymd

Dear xraymd,

Thanks for the idea. Already working on it. It's been an amazing experience being here for a while and not posting till yesterday. But yes, the action here will make for a wonderful story. When and if it ever sees the light of day ALL of you will be the first to know. And we'll have a big party. NOT on credit cards.

Thanks

JT
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