A call for my fans. Star in a why I support Esrati video
If all you ever read about me was what you saw in the Dayton Daily News…
Or, what you heard from the people in power whom I’ve questioned and exposed on this site….
Or from people who might have met me once- or thought they knew me….
You’d have some choice descriptions. The first time the DDN called me a “political gadfly” – I had to look it up, and that was probably one of the nicer things they ever said. I once carefully edited what they wrote into a t-shirt, taking “A political maverick” out of context- to turn their lemons into lemonade.
Needless to say, there are people who really do know me. They’d tell you a different story. Hopefully, you are one of them.
Some contribute to this site. I’ve known “Bubba Jones” since Wright State. Some of you, I’ve met thanks to this site. Some of you- I’ve never met.
But, for some reason, you keep coming back (Ice Bandit- if you were in the Kettering Rec locker room last Sunday night- and I didn’t make the connection…. so help me).
Well- here is your chance to tell the world what you really think.
I’m looking to film people who think that what I do on this site, in our community, in my business, in my own way… somehow has made Dayton either a bit better or at least more interesting.
We’ll film you- your choice of locations. We’ll edit a piece together on why you think David Esrati should have a shot at going to Congress and trying to change things for those of us who still have to go to work every day. We’ll let you approve the final. We’ll make you look good.
On my first campaign piece for Mayor- I had this quote:
The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.
George Bernard Shaw, Man and Superman (1903) “Maxims for Revolutionists”
via Quote Details: George Bernard Shaw: The reasonable man adapts… – The Quotations Page.
If you think we need to change the world- please consider helping people understand me better.
E-mail me at [email protected] and give me a brief statement of why I’m an important voice, or how I’ve changed the way you look at things. Make sure you give me a phone number to reach you.