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I was thinking someone should go around to events and make up our own "Rally Racer Reality TV show".
It would naturally have to be real low-budget, consumer DV stuff, but it'd be a great excuse to swap in-car footage around.
I'm sure the Berkeley Cable access channel has some open slots, with local sponsors across the country, we could actually make it a "national local access" phenomena! it would certainly be more entertaining than a lot of the stuff they run on local access TV now.
>I was thinking someone should go around to events and make
>up our own "Rally Racer Reality TV show".
>It would naturally have to be real low-budget, consumer DV
>stuff, but it'd be a great excuse to swap in-car footage
>I'm sure the Berkeley Cable access channel has some open
>slots, with local sponsors across the country, we could
>actually make it a "national local access" phenomena! it
>would certainly be more entertaining than a lot of the stuff
>they run on local access TV now.
Not to mention the fact that in most places, the cable provider has cameras and editing equipment available for you to use cheaply or for free.
This is how ClubRally competitors can get on tv...
Besides, did you check out the "About Morre" section? To paraphrase: We've got people who have worked at some studios, some people who've worked at hardware/software companies and a someone who's worked as an executive in a Fortune 100 company.
No names, no specifics.
That should tell you something right there. Look at any "REAL" Reality TV show's website. They've got names, bios and photos of everyone involved.
The fact that you have to put in an "application processing fee" should tell you something, too. If they're doing a multi-million dollar production with WRC-calibre cars, they wouldn't need a processing fee from the applicants.
The processing fee is there to scam money out of you, but they made the fee low enough that when you get scammed you won't bother doing anything about it to get it back.
The only thing I can't figure out is why they picked a racing discipline with such a small following in North America. I mean, they could've scammed a lot more bubbas with "NASCAR Racer".....
If it looks too good to be true, then it probably is..........
Yep, that is the same guy and the same scam. I googled the guy's name and found some newsgroup posts where he claimed "Finally, on Saturday, March 24, 2001, they will compete in front of tens of thousands of fans and millions of TV viewers."
This has been going on for a long time. Oh, here is another little "event" he was behind:
>The only thing I can't figure out is why they picked a
>racing discipline with such a small following in North
>America. I mean, they could've scammed a lot more bubbas
>with "NASCAR Racer".....
Allot of those "bubbas" dont have email:7