A man wanting to put on the greatest show on earth walks into the worlds most successful agent/promoter. The two sit and chat about what it takes to build up enough buzz to pull off such a feat. When the promoter examines the man's credentials in order to build a marketing profile of the man and his accomplishments he discovers little to use. When the kinds of associations that one needs to build a marketing on and examined in relationship to this unassuming man, the man decides that fame for the sake of fame is a perpetuation of the culture imperatives that brought world culture to its present circumstance. Written by
What are the unforeseen consequences of judging a book by its cover?