.. I'm the last guy in the world to rain on anyone's hopes and dreams. Don't let what I said earlier stop you from doing whatever it is you have a passion for.
I'm not backing away from what I've previously stated; but I passed on buying Microsoft back in the 80's, so what do I know for sure. :) What I do know is that there are certain principles that need following or this will just be another project that is much ado about nothing.
> S.R., sorry for the hit over the head.
>It is probably too much for any one of us to become the so-called �President� and try and make it successful mostly alone. Maybe we need an elected committee?
Nope, you have now doomed the Revolution to failure. Ross Perot once said "If you see a snake, kill it. Don't appoint a committee on snakes." Somebody has to step up and take the lead; be the point man. A board of advisors would sure be nice to have, but the work won't get done by them. The work won't get done until someone steps up.
> Maybe BJ21 could make it a sideliner ...
You want "sideliner" results? Will "sideliner" effort get it done? I doubt it. The casino's will have a full-time spin machine working day and night to beat you, if you ever show up on their radar screens (translate financial statements.)
> The individual recognition will come forth later if each of us will believe.
The individual that gets this done won't be doing it, initially, for recognition. The fact you would say this makes me again wonder, how shall I say this nicely, "how many times you have actually been around the block." He won't be doing it (fully) because he has seen a wrong and want's to make it right. He will do it because he thinks he has found a way to personally profit from the effort -while at the same time -doing good. Nothing wrong with that.
The organization we know as "Goodwill Industrys" is a great thing, no? The individuals running each of the local state organizations make real money; big money. As they should.