Date: February 10, 2005 10:51:17 AM CST
Subject: Josh is going down...
I saw the post that Josh was the fan that attended the most concerts last year. However, I would like to pose the question, what is the source of tallying such attendances?
Because, if you take into consideration that I along with some others have attended the Youth Workers and Thirsty, where after counting break outs, late nights and multiple concerts I feel I can easily defeat Josh’s record. Now, I am not bragging, because there are others, I just don’t want him to get a big head as of yet. Now, when you add in the private concerts that are in my office (yes I am fully employed at a real job and I have graduated from college.) that would easily add up to over, lets say 200. But then you need to factor in the lost souls we are reaching by quietly broadcasting the music, because for a moment they are like “is that my typical Christian music?” and then they just start listening without even knowing it. So the soul winning factor should put us up even more, you know like honors classes are weighted higher than regular classes?
The technicalities are astounding I know, but I just wanted to keep you abreast of the underground movement as well. I can create report templates if you would like to track these as well. Just let me know, I am quite proficient at it. I have an office colleague with a MSW (Microsoft word) degree that can assist in the compilation of the aforementioned report template if further assistance is needed. She too attends private concerts. This drives the total even farther up.
Well, that’s all for now, I can’t sit around all day filling out attendance reports – I must press on with my career. I am well on my way to getting the 2005 attendance award hopefully; my boyfriend and I are attending the Melbourne, FL concert next week, and he went to Passion in Nashville, so I say we have about 10 between us already. Oh wait, the girl in my office went to Passion too, so that’s like 30. Yeah we are so above the curve.
Take care and best wishes,