From: Gary S. Gevisser
Sent: Thursday, May 06, 2004 3:52 PM
To: Cmd
Subject: The "race to the finish line" has Pypeetoe winning by a nose nothing short of a breath of fresh air.


Attached are some photos of my dog Pypeetoe which quite frankly don’t do the dog anywhere near the justice he deserves but I still believe they are sufficient to have you take things to the next step.


Going from right to left.


1. The “top-machu-picchu” photos shows Pypeetoe guiding me to the top of Machu Picchu, Peru in early 2002.


2. The A photo shows him lying next to a Pitching Wedge.


3. Posing


4. The “fast moving cement truck” photo shows a picture of the two of us after a cement truck landed on its side just a few meters from where we were seated, an article titled “Pepito the pooch foils runaway truck” appearing in the local Del Mar Times, this not the first time my dog who goes by several names including “Hoss”, “Dog” as well as “God” has shown his immense value.


5. The “mastercard” photo ties in with the website


6. The “Py-as-good-as-Py” show Pypeetoe dressed with his bowtie.


I like to tie things up in neat boxes while doing my level best to think outside of the box without telling anyone what to do, making as best I can suggestions which will motivate those in “command and control” positions to make “good decisions”, the art of business matching up “good decisions” a democratic process with “efficient execution” so often this autocratic style of getting things done results quite often in “over controlling” personalities allowing their formal education to interfere with their learning, history repeating itself time and again once we forget the mistakes of the past, the past and future all coming together in the present, nothing worse than simply taking up space, agree?


The book I am writing Manager Minute One which is a takeoff of the business book bestseller Manager Minute One is all about empowering the kids to parent the parents who need the most help, geared toward making each one of us our own managers from minute one, no one liking to be told what to do, the sooner we achieve “Pro Status” not necessarily buying into the “status quo” the better off we will all be, the need to play by the rules, at least until such time as one has a better way of doing things, never to bite off more than one can chew, unless of course one has a big nose like me and Pypeetoe which leads me into the commercial which we tested on our audience yesterday made up of, in my opinion, a statistically valid representative sampling of the world’s literate population, our spring time beach party quite the hit Pypeetoe naturally stealing the show.


In a nutshell, The “race to the finish line” has Pypeetoe winning by a nose, nothing short of a breath of fresh air.


You can reach me at 1-858-735-6398 or simply reply to the email sharing your thoughts.


Sincerely yours,


Gary S. Gevisser