February 16, 2004 at 4:22 am #93438Musica15Participant
I’m super busy until Thursday (partly why I haven’t been around lately), but I will certainly try to get those letters started! At the least, Thursday I will be sending them out to all of those people listed …. hopefully it will help! I sent out some letters to the Univeral peopel (in NY and California) and haven’t heard anything *sigh* Oh well, maybe I’ll have more luck this way….?February 16, 2004 at 2:32 pm #93453NamasteParticipant
bump ide bump bump :jumper:February 16, 2004 at 3:29 pm #93457Francine555Participant
Being I’m off from work all this week…..you all know what I’ll be doing…..:cuser:
Just bought a book of stamps………so on the way they’ll be tomorrow!!!!
Let’s flood these execs with letters!!!!
FranFebruary 17, 2004 at 6:59 pm #93500meandasonParticipant
You know what I was thinking…
what if someone proposed
(or whatever they call it in the world of entertainment)
if John did a show with “some” gallery readings but
also like a talk show format with other practitioners.
I REALLY liked his pay per view show when his friend and
colleague Suzane Northrop came on and spoke for awhile.
I adore John.
And have been very fortunate to have
seen him years and years ago before his
huge success. There were less than 25 people
in the workshop I attended in (i think) 1998.
I had a reading by him and it was a 4 hour seminar!
Gosh that was a great thing to have attended.
Anyway he is SUCH a great speaker on after death
communication and other psychic / spiritual aspects.
I would love to have more of that.
You know..like the few minutes he does at
the end of each show when he answers a question
from the audience.
I just wonder if anyone has went that route with those
big guys heading up OUR tv entertainment?
I tell ya…
I am starting to think I am the kiss of death for
television shows! :goofy:
If I like it…
count on it being cancelled! :shrug:
Anyway, I am sitting here preparing to type a letter
to send out to the addresses listed in hopes of keeping
Mr. JE on the TV!February 17, 2004 at 7:23 pm #93501teresa02Participant
meandason – what a great thought!
My favourite parts of CO are the questions and answers. The analogies that John uses are always so easy to understand.
He’s a born teacher – we all know that!!
Welcome, by the way! :wave:February 17, 2004 at 8:25 pm #93503Tracey123Participant
I agree Teresa i love the end bit of C/O when John explains things…he maybe should do a DVD of all the stuff he explains at the end of the show!
:daisy: :daisy:February 17, 2004 at 9:25 pm #93504marciaParticipant
Keep writing those TV execs!
Buy a supply of postcards and send a few everyday. Make it part of your daily routine. Nobody is going to hear us if we don’t talk loud and often. Let’s not lay down and just choose from the drivel offered on our screens. Let’s tell these folks what we want to see !!!!
MarciaFebruary 18, 2004 at 12:38 am #83232meandasonParticipant
For the warm welcomes! Glad to have found a message board of warmth.February 18, 2004 at 4:06 pm #93526NamasteParticipant
Please add this name to the list of people to write at NBC
He has recently made comments on how wants to be cutting edge, can you say John Edward?
NamasteFebruary 26, 2004 at 7:10 pm #93719chassiewesParticipant
I no longer subscribe to TV Guide. If they still include letters from viewers, has anyone of us written to them about the cancellation of Crossing Over and included information about the petition? Another question: to whom do we send the results of the petition? Just curious. :confused:February 26, 2004 at 7:22 pm #93720GailParticipant
Here’s the address to mail letters to TVGuide.
Correspondence should be addressed to:
All letters must include the writer’s name, address, and telephone number.
I notice the letters they have published are not very long..maybe 70-80 words long.
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