>The chirping will stop if quality Spider-books start coming out on time from
>you. Establishing a reliable track record is important.
My "track record" covers 30 years, it didn't start with ASM. On B5 alone I
wrote 91 out of 110 scripts and we never missed one shooting day. The scripts
for the next batch are already in and stacking up. But I ain't looking to
establish something in my career that I've long ago established. That's simply
how I've always worked.
>If you are confident that you will be able to meet your deadlines, then
>no reason for worry or defensive posts.
Nothing defensive about it, just laying out the facts. Funny how some folks
don't think there's anything *antagonistic* in being critical, but there's
something *defensive* in correcting those facts.
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