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ScooterPalooza 2003: Scoot Almighty Updates

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#41 of 55 OFFLINE   Woo Jae

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Posted August 15 2003 - 03:04 AM


Glad it is still happening

That said, can you PM me your address? or email it to wpark@elliottmgmt.com? I may not have access to cable or a computer tonite, and with the power situation being dicey, I'd like that info early... Thanks again for being so generous and holding this event.
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#42 of 55 OFFLINE   Steve Owen

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Posted August 15 2003 - 04:20 AM

Sadly, I'm having to bail on this. I just sent Ron a message (I'd already told him I was iffy). Business trip ran longer than expected, so I can't get down there. Phoey!

Have a great time everyone!

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#43 of 55 OFFLINE   Scooter



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Posted August 15 2003 - 05:56 AM

Well kids...everything that was coming via FedEx or UPS is here, and I have to tell you..there are some REALLY nice things to give away!!!!!!

Mark Harrill from Digital Eyes came thru with a GREAT selection of DVD's to give away. Vinnie from Elite sent an item SOOOOO hot, it ain't even in stores yet! JVC gave us some unique items to give away as well as a kick ass amp to use!!!!

Gotta go back to painting the screen....

#44 of 55 OFFLINE   DarrinH


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Posted August 15 2003 - 06:54 AM

Hope Parkers flight makes it in on time.
That goes for everyone who is travelling by air.

I did not realize how close you are to NYC.
What are you, about 35 miles west and you did not lose power?
Do you work in NYC?
Any luck with that webcam this year?
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#45 of 55 OFFLINE   Sam Posten

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Posted August 15 2003 - 08:14 AM

Sure Scooter, just tease me some more. We all know I never win anything =(

Seriously tho, THANKS to ALL the sponsors!!!!!


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#46 of 55 OFFLINE   Scooter



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Posted August 15 2003 - 11:11 AM

Darrin: No work in NYC..that commute would end me!
We are on a different grid than NYC.

Ok...I am 90% set up here...almost ready to go.

2 more coats of paint on the screen left to do.

Odds and ends. Coupla things:

If you have'em..PLEASE bring your fast fold tents..JUST in case!

I have a box of Beta tapes I will be giving away...dig in!
I have a bunch of Manhattan Dress Shirts I will give away...check for your size tonight!

Off/Deet...good idea!

Last minute Items-O-Concern:

Onions (Sabrett Onions if you see'em. I went looking tonight)
Ice Ice Ice!!!!!!!!!!
Milwaukee's Best Red: Official Beer of The ScootPlex 2000 (hint)
Corona.....Ron's Fav!

ABOVE ALL....DRIVE SAFE..take your time! We are gonna be here until midnight at least...so no chance we'll be bailing out!

Ok..back to work for moi...

Till tomorrow...........

#47 of 55 OFFLINE   Jay H

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Posted August 15 2003 - 11:23 AM

all of north jersey was

not all, I'm up in western Passaic and we had power pretty much continuously. It did go out at 4pm and again at 5pm but not long enough to lose my VCR times!

Although power went off for awhile where I worked in southern Passaic County and I heard further north in Ringwood, power went off.

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#48 of 55 OFFLINE   Michael Lee

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Posted August 15 2003 - 02:31 PM

Whew! I just got my power back tonight...one of the last places on the Island. We will be there--it was a bit iffy there with my wife stuck in Manhattan. We are ready to roll!

I can't wait to see which movie it will be.

#49 of 55 OFFLINE   Gregg Loewen

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Posted August 16 2003 - 03:21 AM

Hi guys,

Enjoy it, wish I could have been able to make it



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#50 of 55 OFFLINE   DarrinH


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Posted August 16 2003 - 05:12 AM

The hillbilly's are here, we are next door dude at the hotel.
WVHT Group in tha neighborhood...
Checked the radar and it looks like we are going to get rained on at least once.
See you in a few!
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#51 of 55 OFFLINE   Morgan Jolley

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Posted August 16 2003 - 05:24 PM

Well, the party is done. All that's left is to clean up tomorrow.

I'd like to say thanks to everyone who attended. Sure, there were a lot of people, which means we had to work hard to put it all together, but to be honest, we do it so everyone can have a good time.

#52 of 55 OFFLINE   Leslie W

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Posted August 17 2003 - 03:59 AM

Well, I don't see any other threads about ScooterPalooza than this one, so .....

Scooter and family, ( Morgan, Gregg, & the lovely Michele ) Ron and Parker and everyone who showed up ... thanks for a great time. Calvin and I had a blast. Even with the " Omens of Doom " on the trip down, we are both so happy we made it to meet ya'll and B.S. with people who have so many varied backgrounds, yet have so much in common.

The food was great, the after dinner entertainment was wonderful.

Thanks for the interviews for our show. We WILL be sending you copies of the show as soon as it is a done shoot and DVD'd. So please Ron, Parker and Scooter, either PM Calvin or myself with mailing addresses.

We had a great time. I just can not say that enough. The Posted Image rocked.
Thank you so much for opening your home to all of us.
You are a brave man.
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#53 of 55 OFFLINE   Ed Faver

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Posted August 17 2003 - 04:33 AM

What a great time! Scooterpalooza 2003 definitely did not disapooint. Thank you Scooter, Michelle, Morgan and Gregg. Thanks to Ron and Parker for giving us a reason to get together.

Thanks to the sponsors and the provider of the evening's entertainment. Had a great time!

#54 of 55 OFFLINE   Greg Z

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Posted August 17 2003 - 05:32 AM

Gotta chime in. A BIG thank you to the usual suspects.Posted Image You know who you guys (and gals!) are. My family have a fabulous time. Posted Image Great food, great people, and COOL glow pops!!Posted Image

#55 of 55 OFFLINE   Andrew_Sch



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Posted August 17 2003 - 09:04 AM

So what was the after-dinner movie?
"Old theatres are irreplaceable. They could never be duplicated at today's costs - but more importantly, their spirit could not be duplicated because they remind us of a day when going to the show was a more glorious and escapist experience. I think a town's old theatres are the sanctuary of...