Big Reveal

Perhaps I have been watching all of those *before and after* reality shows, but it wasn’t until this week that we all got a chance to see what expert & prolific author Lance Winslow looks like:
Lance Winslow

With 3,434 articles under his name (anyone else notice the pattern of how his number of articles always lands on some number that could be a pattern or reason?), Lance is clearly the pace setter and he’s closing in on his first million page views for his articles. Nice Job!

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Kaye Bailey writes:

I thought Lance would be a lot older – like as old as Moses! At any rate – great job! Thanks for setting the bar so high none of us can jump it!

Comment provided January 10, 2006 at 10:33 AM

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Debbie writes:

Why does he do it?
Must be a vanity thing or something to do this incredible amount of work for not so much as a penny.

Comment provided January 11, 2006 at 11:02 PM

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I remember reading Lance’s article that the directory emailed out to the subscribers and I thought to myself “wow”.

Not only does it take discipline but also passion for what Lance does. I give him my two thumbs up for all his work.

Comment provided January 12, 2006 at 12:25 AM

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Lance Winslow writes:

3535 Now.

Comment provided January 13, 2006 at 11:27 PM

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3636 Today.

Comment provided January 19, 2006 at 9:48 PM

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I have to admit I don’t get it Lance. I’ve been to your website/s (can’t remember if there was one or more but I have been there). Here is my question. You are like a internet “sub-culture” hero. What are you getting out of it? Are you raking in dough on google ads… selling something. If so where. Please help us all understand. If your motivation is just to be popular on the web – you’ve done it. If it is to make money – please show me how and where. I am entirely curious. I know you have many of us wondering. Truth is I actually find it annoying. I know that seems entirely bizarre but I don’t think I am alone. Truth is I don’t even know why you annoy me but you do. Please help us with the enigma of Lance!

Comment provided January 20, 2006 at 3:03 PM

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Dina Giolitto writes:

He does it because he’s “made it” in life… and when you’ve made it you can do whatever you want.

When you’ve made it, your priorities shift and sometimes you learn that what you thought would make you happy in life (like material things) don’t make you AS happy as you thought they would. But now that you have all this free time, you can do the things that really DO make you happy, like sharing a lifetime’s worth of knowledge and experience with the World Wide Web.

And he does it because he wants to show his support for a young guy who has the same positive spirit and business sense that he had when he was at the place in life where Christopher Knight is. Because he knows that writing articles helps Chris and helps all of us who want to stay visible on the Web. Lance is in a position to help others because he already helped himself.

In Other Words:

He’s karmically ahead of you, Daniel-Son.

;)

Comment provided January 20, 2006 at 4:14 PM

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Nancy Williams writes:

It’s obvious to me after reading some of Lance’s articles that he didn’t get much attention growing up. Lance, instead of having a tag line called “think on this” why not something like, “please notice me!”

P.S. Dina, exactly what knowledge and experience are you talking about? His expertise is in the area of car washing. Everything else is hot air.

Comment provided January 20, 2006 at 8:16 PM

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Dina Giolitto writes:

Hey “Nancy”… Lance is a good guy, a smart guy, and a friend of mine. That’s my final comment.

Comment provided January 21, 2006 at 8:14 AM

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Lance Winslow writes:

Dear Nancy,

Ha Ha, very funny indeed, but you must admit, I got to you! I made you think, even if your conclusion may have been a little off this one time, at least the wheels are spinning around up there; a few neurons firing and transmitting information so you can categorize all that you observe?

Speaking of hot air, I guess you referring to my innovative aerospace designs for future hot air balloon and blimp concepts; You know while washing cars and all that singular area of expertise stuff. :)

http://ezinearticles.com/?Cloaking-Giant-Airships-is-Possible,-Why-Stop-There?&id=27047

http://ezinearticles.com/?Aerial-Blimp-Refueling-of-UAVs&id=27037

http://ezinearticles.com/?Perpetual-Motion-Blimp-Propulsion&id=83385

http://ezinearticles.com/?Single-Mission-UAVs-Needed-in-The-Battlespace&id=120218

http://ezinearticles.com/?Blimp-Laser-Pole-Aft-of-Aircraft-for-Vortex-Propulsion&id=69220

http://ezinearticles.com/?Using-High-Altitude-Blimp-Cell-Phone-Communication&id=32749

http://ezinearticles.com/?Flying-Blimp-Walrus-Could-Have-Assisted-in-Evacuations&id=67099

Or perhaps you were talking about all my ‚¬“Hot Air‚¬ articles on Hurricanes, Typhoons, Weather Control, Aviation Airflows, Space Weather, Locomotives, water sterilization-purification and air dryers in robotic tunnel car washes? I am sure that is what you mean right?

http://worldthinktank.net/wttbbs/index.php?s=5c3dbb718789caa45a5d695c2c046a12&showforum=122

http://worldthinktank.net/wttbbs/index.php?s=5c3dbb718789caa45a5d695c2c046a12&showforum=227

Comment provided January 22, 2006 at 8:20 AM

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Nancy Williams writes:

Lance:

Why would you WANT to make me think in the first place. What is it you really want? You want to get a reaction from others. Hence, the “please notice me” remark. Honestly, you know I’m right.

Comment provided January 22, 2006 at 12:21 PM

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Lance Winslow writes:

Dear Nancy,

You see after traveling the world and every city in the United States over 10,000 people and many smaller ones, too many to list in fact, I have come to the conclusion that as great as all this is. Quite Frankly, it isn’t good enough.

Therefore my next project is, I want to fix the world or rather I want everyone else to care enough to look around; start by looking in the mirror and figuring out what they can do to fix the world. Too be part of the solution not the problem.

Your comment; ‚¬“please notice me‚¬ is all wrong, it is not about ‚¬“ME‚¬ or that entity we call ‚¬“Lance‚¬ it is about each and everyone of us and the whole of humanity together, thus the mission statement at;

http://www.LanceWinslow.org

Personally in my retirement I am trying to be low key, a little hard considering the personal will and my drive at this level, it kind of sticks out whatever one does, hazards of ‚¬“pressing on‚¬ perhaps.

It is silly to think that I ‚¬“didn’t get much attention growing up‚¬ in fact just the opposite to the other extreme and throughout the teens, career and even now, as ‚¬“action‚¬ is always awarded in the life experience, people just notice those who are winning the race, sometimes they love you, sometimes they hate you; but you are always noticed, it is just the way it is.

It would seem to me, that this particular shoot from the hip categorization of the one we call ‚¬“Lance‚¬ is not right, not only because it simply isn’t so, but it is an attack one’s personal character and serves no purpose. Thus such a characterization is part of the problem, not part of the solution.

If everyone would turn on their brains and show a little effort rather than living in mediocrity and learn to think again, then we can fix the world. What do I want the world to think? It is not what, but how, looking at all perspectives, understanding rather then simple stimulus responses and reactions. We need to teach the World to think.

Until then all we have is linear thought and we are stuck in a circular cycle doomed to repeat the sound and fury of past periods. For those cynics that think the world cannot be fixed, I disagree, I know it can, in fact I’d bet on it and thus I have put my efforts in to commit my time to the cause, for however long it takes and persevere to incrementally make this paradigm shift.

1.) Teach people to think to solve their own problems and those problems around them.
2.) Identify all the problems, which plague humankind the World over.
3.) Strategize the Best Possible Solution for all concerned without trampling the individual. (what is good for the one is good for the many).
4.) Set the human race up for future periods, by fixing the World in the present period, not passing the unfinished job off to the next generation.
5.) Celebrate victory and move onto the next level.

As far as Car Washing is concerned it was good training, as we need to clean up the world up; unfortunately in doing so, I noticed that first we must remove the traffic jams impeding the forward progression of the human race. Think on this in 2006.

Comment provided January 22, 2006 at 4:10 PM

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Lance Winslow writes:

3737 Now.

And to my critics do not stand in the way; you may wish to get off ‚¬“The Road Ahead‚¬ because this may look like a road, but it sits on top an Aircraft Carrier and we just gave the ‚¬“thumbs up!‚¬ with afterburners blazing and catapults cooking and if you are in the way? Well lets just say if you get sucked into that intake there will not even be any road kill for the birds to eat. Because we have a mission to fulfill and this is an unlimited takeoff to flight level 4-Zero and we are going vertical. And then straight to the battlespace for a net-centric game of ‚¬“Winner Take All!‚¬

‚¬“Damn the Critics, Full Speed Ahead!‚¬

Comment provided January 23, 2006 at 5:32 AM

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Nancy Williams writes:

Lance:

Your opinions on any number of subjects does not mean that your arguments are good or that you know what you’re talking about.

If you really want to get others thinking, why not become an expert on ONE topic and then start from there. Otherwise, you won’t be taken seriously by people who actually know what they’re talking about.

P.S. Responding with 1000 words also isn’t necessary here and also does not mean you’re a brilliant writer. Ever here the term, ‘brevity is the soul of wit?’ Probably not.

Comment provided January 23, 2006 at 3:34 PM

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Sheryl writes:

WoW! I just want to catch a ride on one of the wings, if possible? Keep on Keepin’ on Lance! You will always have critics..

Comment provided January 24, 2006 at 10:51 PM

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Lance Winslow writes:

Dearest Critic Nancy,

You state: “Your opinions on any number of subjects does not mean that your arguments are good or that you know what you’re talking about.”

Indeed good point, however just because I have presented particular points of view on any number of subjects (1692 topics) doesn’t mean that I don’t know what I am talking about either. Therefore your comment is irrelevant; I.E. contains no logic.

I believe in challenging and questioning the experts, not necessarily aspiring to be one or to succumb to linear non-progressive thought in a field. Unfortunately many consider me an expert in many industries and on many topics, but humans like to label. You state; “If you really want to get others thinking, why not become an expert on ONE topic and then start from there. Otherwise, you won’t be taken seriously by people who actually know what they’re talking about.”

Oh you might be surprised to see how wrong you are. I consider your comment a personal attack and additionally believe that you are criticizing one of my inspirations; Leonardo da Vinci, so for him, I defend and to use one of his quotes; “thank you for that fine woman, now go stand over there so that I might paint you here on this linear canvas!” Do you believe Einstein had thoughts on only one topic?

You further state: “P.S. Responding with 1000 words also isn’t necessary here and also does not mean you’re a brilliant writer. Ever here the term, ‘brevity is the soul of wit?’ Probably not.”

For your information Nancy, what on Earth makes you think that I am aspiring to be “a brilliant writer?” I got a D+ in Journalism in Junior High, the only “D” I ever received in all my school. I am not a writer or an author; it is only a means to an ends for me. I’ll make my responses as long as I want thank you very much. BTW – I turned those answers into articles, as killing a single bird by becoming a single stone, is foolish. As far as your “brevity” comment; I cannot be made to consider clich©s or cute little sayings from a third party by others attempting to make a point or propel a thought, besides your use of the saying is not good in your debate and shows a lack of understanding of that quote, as you use it out of context. Indeed I distinctively remember my Kindergarten teacher using that saying. Sure I know about brevity; “I am.”

http://ezinearticles.com/?I-Am&id=132519

Nancy, why do you insist that “my arguments” are arguing anything t’all, they are merely an alternative point of view, if you read all my articles (1.9 million words or about 15.2 novels of 500 pages at EzineArticles.com) you may see I argue often both sides of issues. So if you do not agree with a particular article, you can probably find one you do agree with. Why are you being mean today and attacking me?

Comment provided January 26, 2006 at 11:16 AM

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Lance Winslow writes:

3838.

Since Nancy has formulated her attacks against Lance, earlier in the month. Here is what has happened.

1.) Lance has posted 404 Articles.

2.) Lance has received 50,000 Article Views on this site alone during that time.

3.) Lance has had some 194 of my articles picked up by Ezines Editors.

4.) Lance has proven all Nancy’s claims incorrect.

5.) We have noticed that Nancy has no articles on EzineArticles.com.

6.) Nancy has refused to tell us who she is and what she represents.

7.) Lance is 10,000 article views away from 1-million article views at this site.

8.) Lance has received his first unsolicited offer to write a book.

Nancy’s behavior and attacks are reminiscent of the French Spectator who spit in Lance Armstrong’s face as finished one of the final stages before winning The Tour de France for the Seventh Time! When will these critics learn? If you want your critiques taken seriously, you are going to have to do something first. This is a good lesson to all humans. And to you Nancy, good luck in the future, because with an attitude like yours, well you are going to need it. Consider this in 2006.

Comment provided January 28, 2006 at 2:16 PM

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Lance Winslow writes:

Bob,

Actually no I do not care what this Fictitious, Nancy says. Or if she is a real person why she hides in the dark and does not put her work up for review? But I see one hell of a problem with mankind, as we have people running around criticizing others for no reason. This is tearing down our society. I realize that this is human nature, but it is not good. Basically Nancy and those she represents, make up things, label others and criticize with innuendos, accusations and spitefulness. In this case we have made an example of her, to teach others.

The attacks on good folks are a complete negative and they detract from the forward progress and stability of the group. For someone to label another and attack their personal character whether it is the President of the United States or a newbie writer serves no purpose. It is a horrible thing we as a society do in order to corral those who go beyond the expectations of what others believe possible. Sure it makes us feel better about ourselves and an excuse for our short comings. But there comes a time for those who do possess the true human spirit to say enough is enough.

It is for this reason and this reason alone that I label Nancy and her comments purveyors of misrepresentation, slanderous remarks and bogus accusations. For one to call this a knee jerk reaction is silly, fore it is a well thought out comment on over all society. I am simply making Nancy and example of what is wrong wit the world and defending my personal character against lies. As I hit 1,000,000 page views and 4000 articles and clearly become the all time most prolific article writer in the History of the Internet. If you would like to join Nancy as road kill for her lack of understanding of life on Earth and piss poor performance in psychological profiling, then that is completely up to you Bob. Who know perhaps you deserve each other and can commiserate together and save money in the online dating scene finally finding your ‚¬“soul mate‚¬ that is if Nancy is even a real entity.

Comment provided January 29, 2006 at 1:04 PM

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Chris Knight writes:

This thread is now closed as I’ve decided to no longer accept negative slanted comments when the commentor is anonymous.

Comment provided January 29, 2006 at 5:32 PM

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James Cranfield writes:

Gday, Lance. Great Job, excellent motive…keep up the good work.
Have always wanted to be a part of something like this, glad to have happened across you.

Nancy, “Drop It”!!

warm regards

James.

Comment provided April 11, 2006 at 10:44 PM

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