Hubris: “But this will make whatever I say next sound much better by comparison.”
Paste: “What do you mean by that?”
Hubris: “Kara wants to move in with me, so both you and Bob are going to have to live out of your new studio.”
GED… Community College… cash!
Good News … the like the Greg Cravens wiki page I created.
Bad News ….. they want you to take another photo for it.
Good News … they say a photo isn’t necessary.
Bad News ….. I think it is … take a photo of you dressed in a tux, lookin’ at the camera.
(waits for an extreme hacky sack to hit me)
I’ve been meaning to put together a press kit page. Now I guess it’s overdue.
Hey, Allan! How do I put a photo in one of these comment boxes?
That’s the problem, according to the “allowed html tags” shown below, you can’t. The best you can do is upload it to a host site somewhere and include the link to it within your comment.
Just figged that it would be that way, gut the concept and then wonder why it won’t fly… the danged beancounters.
Ah well, enjoy being on allowance Paste.
You know you have made when you have a Wikipedia page. Congrats, Greg!
oh … that was bad sarcasm. I think Paste has rubbed off on ya. LoL
if I do say so myself, that Greg Cravens Wikipedia page looks frickin’ beautiful.
Thanks very much for all the good work!
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