As Rob Allyn's folks haven't yet had much luck -- they're workin' on it, sure -- if anybody out there has a means of getting copies of the television ads that ran in 1998 urging people to vote for the Trinity River bond issue, I sure wish that person would contact me. It’s sort of a Holy Grail. I would love to YouTube them. Let me know.
So much for Rob Allyn getting back to me now. Damn my impatience. --Jim Schutze
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