People with private planes do tend to have better money that any of us in the working classes. I liked very much working on an FBO Ramp and it is a good thing I have lived in such a civilized environment. Pay hasn’t gone up since I did it 30 & more years ago. Last working for Piedmont in ROC. Awful company & worse job I ever had in a lot of ways.
I went on to NYC after being beaten up in the nightclub I was projecting music videos on demand with my projectors & movies. Club Zero. See on Transcendian Documentary of a Small Nation.
Sure I’ve made my own low production value movies & TV. I know what what you get with a budget. I could make it happen.
I can write and I wrote out the Mission Statement or call it a Treatment now. It’ the opening VO I’d hire Morgan Freeman to do. I’m figuring on getting Morgan for things better said by him than the writers, like Michael Hudson. (J is for Junk), but I want David Cay Johnston as a runway on the set host. I”d have him generate the full out script.
I called my buddy in NYC working in Grip department but he has had schemes too. He says it takes 20 grand to get a pitch done. Says the NY Business is now all Accountants & Attorneys. The Attorney might not even get you the pitch for the retainer he says.
That makes sense since it replicates the company evolution from Engineers to Salesmen and Accountants. Writers were the ones that made movies and TV early on. Even then say look at Charlie Chaplin for all he did. Movies are a mature industry.
So I’m going to see if the Gephardt Group will help it along, for I feel it is necessary to change the US fractures. I know emotions are what people aim for, but it is emotional, what is done with our Nations Money. And the Treasury is not going to go to hell if it issues money from what Congress wants in Jets, & Infrastructure & Education & Healthcare.
Finance is Finite, and Economics, represented by the Treasury is Infinite. That’s the truth of it all. People, Congress, needs to get it through their heads before it is all ruined.
People need to see it taken seriously as an event of war all around.