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Everyone’s buzzing about my lecture

Dear Editor:

It is definitely evident from over the years you cannot wake up the dead collecting pay checks in local governments, county governments, the business communities, nonprofit communities, social service industries and chambers of commerce with another “unemployment report released this week by the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment” that states “[u]nemployment in all three three … counties that comprise the Roaring Fork Valley was higher in December than … [December] 2009…” (“Jobless rate up in Roaring Fork Valley,” Scott Condon, Aspen Times, Jan. 27, and Glenwood Springs Post Independent, Jan. 27).

All in control of the previous mentioned are not deadwood, but most prove themselves to be.

Deadbeat executives, elected government officials and non-elected government officials never tend to awaken to a rebirth. Some feign a rebirth which are masked during so-called good economic times.

Over the years I have testified at various Roaring Fork Valley government and school board meetings, written published wise comments in newspaper letters and given many free lecture on economics, business, banking, selling, marketing, business capital formation and even business incubators.

The “enlightened ones” will appreciate my “Aspen 8.16.11Celebration” special event production efforts to produce several positives to benefit and profit many over a period of time in Aspen and the Roaring Fork Valley. However, the dead bodies occupying strategic job positions obstructionist thinking and behavior want their same old, same old to prevail because what else do they know or care about.

I have notified many Colorado based chambers of commerce and many Colorado elected politicians at the Colorado State Capitol building they have the opportunity to attend my Feb. 17 lecture at 6:30 p.m. at the Pitkin County Library titled “The War Between The States: California vs. Colorado.”

Of course, I sent them Colorado local government meeting summaries sometimes reflecting my testimonies more accurately than others over many years to the present. And they will receive some of my 2010 letters published in Beverly Hills, Calif., the ones in the “Beverly Hills Couriers” reflecting also on the state of condition and affairs in Colorado and Aspen.

If you are wise and ambitious whether you think you are a big-time honcho or jobless, you will attend my lecture about economic war and your future in “Future America” as California vs. Colorado.

Many Southern California chambers of commerce and many California elected politicians in the Sacramento State Capitol are aware of my coming lecture, so the choice is yours. Watcha gonna do?

Emzy Veazy III


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