[Dixielandjazz] Why "no subject"?-The point being,

Charles Suhor csuhor at zebra.net
Wed Jan 12 14:52:00 PST 2005

The point being, if the the subject line announces "Re: Iceland Gig," 
those who'd like to read about that can go for it, while others can 
delete it and move on to items that interest us. It's no huge deal, but 
with so many items showing up on the list (a healthy sign) it's a 
simple enough courtesy to write in a subject. --Charlie Suhor

On Jan 12, 2005, at 3:55 PM, TCASHWIGG at aol.com wrote:

> In a message dated 1/12/05 1:15:29 PM Pacific Standard Time, 
> csuhor at zebra.net
> writes:
>> it's annoying to open no-subject items and
>> find it about a concert in Iceland, or something.--Charlie Suhor
> Oh Contrare Charlie,  I welcome opening any NO Subject post that 
> announces a
> Concert in Iceland, Outer Mongolia, or Siberia, especially if the 
> return email
> address works.
> Yet another possible gig for my band or some other band,   Just had a 
> friend
> came back from a very successful tour for three weeks in Russia in the
> Siberian region, paid better than most USA dates for OKOM as well.   
> Contrary to what
> we have been told for decades, in the USA by the powers that Be, there 
> is
> plenty of Money in Russia but you gotta go through the red tape to get 
> to it, not
> to mention the people are warm and friendly too once they find they 
> can Trust
> You too!  :))   Moscow is now on the list of most expensive cities to 
> live
> in, and you can't live their without money, so far their population 
> numbers are
> not slipping.
> Gotta find the work and then figure out how to go get it.
> I happen to be working on some dates in Iceland right now, they have an
> International Airline there which is a major sponsor of their jazz 
> festivals, and
> they offer Transatlantic Airplane rides for bands on their way to tour 
> in
> Europe and Scandinavia, which make many smaller festivals and bookings 
> possible for
> touring bands.  :))
> Like I say all the time, Opportunity Knocks every day and even now in 
> our
> pesky mail boxes, but we still have to get up and answer the door, or 
> at least
> open the e-mail, :))
> One never knows what wonderful things lurk in emails, do they??  well 
> "The
> Shadow Knows",  :))
> Cheers,
> Tom (Keep them cards and letters coming) Wiggins
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