That was great, thanks for


That was great, thanks for posting it.

IMHO, I don’t think so. I don’t see a downside to going the distance. Customers, Industry, Peer’s, will always judge us on a basis of quality, not how much we can put out in a day. We actually might get named something else in that regard. I know there are people that do business that way but they never seem to go anywhere with their business.

There will always be directors out there to set the standard for what a “B” movie is by going beyond that and showing better. There will be the same in commercials and in low budget films. Even before the days of muscle cars, quality has been a means of competition between anything from the taste of a hotdog to graphics card rendering speeds.

I say go the distance.

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