Press release on bitd facebook....BTW ,i have known George for 50 + yrs ,and the effort and expenses are a lot to try and keep you guys happy....George is knowledgable and has a long history in and of the desert....most of you arn't happy with any bodyMaybe he got tired of listening to George talk at the finish line...
Press release on bitd facebook....BTW ,i have known George for 50 + yrs ,and the effort and expenses are a lot to try and keep you guys happy....George is knowledgable and has a long history in and of the desert....most of you arn't happy with any body
I know you are a lightening rod, mostly cause you stand on top of the mountain, in a thunderstorm, in a speedo, waving metal objects, yelling "Look at me"Not true. The guy that has been doing the BITD video interviews that I think works for MavTV is really good. The Score guys are really good. So it is possible to make “us” happy.
George is the worsts there is, period. Don’t make me post my clips of him doing our interviews. It’s embarrassing for BITD. George just wants to talk to himself. He may be a good guy and super knowledgeable but he is not a good Mesa MC.
just wants to talk about himself................and this comes from who....also mac 56 is a pioneer, and has spent more time and effort out there than is known........George just wants to talk to himself. He may be a good guy and super knowledgeable but he is not a good Mesa MC.
i could not agree more. I’ve spent the better part of the last 5 years beating my vehicles up in the desert working races, spending countless days well into the night helping racers get their cars on trailers and rescuing them out of the desert. The volunteers are amazing people. From what I know, George gets paid to do these interviews, he is not a volunteer.One of the things that first made me race with BITD was the dedication the volunteers have to each other, George is and always has been a dedicated volunteer. While you could pay someone to do the job that would make you happy it takes more than money to have friends that would give their best they can for their friends. Loyalty and friendship matter to me far more than a perfect finish line interview. The worst there is , is no place to race, no volunteers because a racer who takes themselves too seriously fails to understand what is really important in the reality of putting on a race.
I have fond memories of every finsh line victory interview with George.
Just for reference, George knows me because I volunteer when im not racing, flag monitor, check points, spectator area ( never again), staging, finish line and timing bus. When something is important to me and things could go better I like to research how things could go better, walk in their shoes. When I make suggestions it is to help. Casey, Daryl,Donald and Liz all became very important to me for what is / was inside them as leaders in a thankless world.