August 3, 2006

Nothing Damaged In My Business with Damaged

I just read Gene Ross’s article recounting the alleged unresolved differences arising from J.T. Bone’s dealings with Damaged Pictures. I say “alleged” because, truthfully, I don’t know much of anything about it. I do, however, know the players involved. I have had, or still have, business relationships with all of them. The “have had” refers to Bone. The “still have” refers to Damaged.

Personally, and let me say, upfront, no one has contacted me asking me to write this, but personally and based on my knowledge and experiences with the players involved in this dispute, I feel compelled to say that in all my dealings with Damaged Pictures, that is, with Blaine, Steve, and Lewis, I’ve always known them to be straight-up guys. I can’t say the same for Mr. Bone.

No, I don’t have an axe to grind with John T. Bone. He is what he is and most people who’ve done business with him, whether as a shooter or a performer or whatever, knows of what I speak. I’m not trying to get into a pissing match with John nor am I going to recount actual events or experiences of which I have first-hand knowledge. But my first-hand knowledge of all these guys, both Damaged Pictures’ people and Mr. Bone, leads me to question the seemingly one-sidedness of what’s being said in Gene’s article.

I’m posting this because, sometimes, only one side of a story with one, apparent, point-of-view, gets publicized and I’m an equal-opportunity kind of guy.

If someone handed me a piece of paper with the four names recounted in Gene’s story on that list and said, “Of these people, who do you trust?” My answer would be immediate and not require any thought whatsoever. I would name three of them and only one person on that list would not be in my reply.

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