[TUHS] We've lost Greg Chesson

Larry McVoy lm at mcvoy.com
Fri Jul 3 01:15:19 AEST 2015

Thanks for the feedback, all good points.  I don't know how much time 
I have, it will depend on who is at the service.  So I'm inclined to
do the music one and the log one and then let someone else talk.
If there seems like there is too much dead time then I'll get up
again and fill in the other ones.

The music pics are here:


I printed




as well as the log pics.  I cropped the one of him smiling, it's perfect.

Thanks for your feedback.


On Thu, Jul 02, 2015 at 03:31:50PM +1000, Dave Horsfall wrote:
> On Wed, 1 Jul 2015, Larry McVoy wrote:
> > I'm trying to put notes together for Greg's service tomorrow, these are 
> > rough, if anyone wants to suggest fixes I'd love that.  Needs to by 10AM 
> > PST, the service is at 11AM.
> OK, from my Toastmasters experiences (DTM, senior executive, etc), here's 
> some feedback...
> > The theme is Greg was a ninja, I'm only just realizing it.  I've got 
> > lots of stories but they all involve me so if I'm taking up too much 
> > time or boring people all I need to see is one person waving their hand 
> > like "move it along" and I'll wrap it up.  I can whittle it down to just 
> > two stories but here is the list.
> Find out how much time you have, and rehearse them in front of someone 
> with a stopwatch and time cards (in TM, green means OK so far i.e. past 
> the minimum time, yellow means start winding down, red means sit down, 
> because in TM contests you are disqualified if you get the red).  You'll 
> find that people have no idea for how long they can talk, once they get 
> carried away...
> > Ninja Greg does music (have to do this one, I have pictures).
> Agreed (and being a muso I'd like to see those pix myself).
> > Ninja Greg bitch slaps the government with Larry
> Possibly not...  More about you than Greg.
> > Ninja Greg takes Larry to the NSA, Larry ends up staring at pissed Marines
> Ditto...
> > Ninja Greg gets Larry a wife
> Keep it if there's time i.e. run it last.  A short presentation is more 
> memorable than a long one.
> > Happy Greg lifts a log (have to do this one, I have pictures)
> Definitely (I saw the pix).
> -- 
> Dave Horsfall  (VK2KFU)  "Those who don't understand security will suffer"
> http://www.horsfall.org/leapsecond.webm - The talking clock for 2015 (9MB)
> _______________________________________________
> TUHS mailing list
> TUHS at minnie.tuhs.org
> https://minnie.tuhs.org/mailman/listinfo/tuhs

More information about the TUHS mailing list