re: uni challenge
Sorry about the latest incomplete message. I just figured out what was wrong
with my mail program and I’m certain I’ve fixed it, so you won’t see any more
“bogus” messages from me again.
Dirk Iwema <email@example.com> wrote:
>Ok Ken, I’ll bite. First a few questions and suggestions.
>Are we to send this to the whole group, or to you? I think that a lot of uni
>experiences are the same. (" Where’s your other wheel?" type of thing) Someone
>could compile this a put the most interesting ones together for a post.
I agree that a lot of unicycling experiences are the same. However, I believe
that nearly everyone on the list would be interested in a story that one of us
recalls occasionally with fond, humorous, unique, or ______ memories. I was just
trying to encourage everyone to share those interesting experiences, because
unicycling isn’t just a sport to us, its a part of our lives, and for some its
even a passion. Let’s not just share the sport of unicycling, but everything
else that it means to us as well.
I’d like to see people mail their stories, articles, etc. about unicycling, how
their lives have been affected by unicycling, people they have met through
unicycling, places they have gone because of their involvement in unicycling …
directly to the mailing list.
If you just want to stay on the sidelines listening in, that’s fine too.
>How about some bios on every one? Where you live (I know that I always wonder
>where the poster lives, doesn’t anyone else?), age (if you want), when you
>learned to unicycle, occupation, etc. to go along with your story. Does anyone
>object to this challenge? It will increase traffic and increase cost to some.
That sounds fine to me too, but please be creative with your bio. Tell us
something unique about yourself. Use a rigid format or be as creative as
you like in the final form your bio takes. Surprise us, but also let us
know who you are.
If you have to pay a per message charge to receive mail from the mailing list,
please send me a message detailing the charges. For anyone concerned about too
much traffic, please send me your suggestions.
Thanks for your comments and suggestions, Dirk!
Stay on Top,
Ken Fuchs (firstname.lastname@example.org)