In Europe we could do it, if we fly as soon as the event is over.
As far as sustaining our popularity, I believe we can.
I believe that given the audience attention level, we could do an even more compelling 90 minutes.
I guess maybe another gift I have is a great work ethic.
I think that the Internet - and I do love the free flow of ideas on the 'Net - is like the wild west of the information world.
I'm a real common sense guy who caught a lot of good breaks and who has been very, very fortunate.
I'm excited about it, thrilled with the success thus far.
I'm not too good at lying still in the sun.
It's difficult to do that internally, because you're flying five, six hours.
We love our fans, so there's nothing we wouldn't do for them, and we go directly to t hem.
We do have our finger on the pulse of the marketplace, if for no other reasons than having all these live events and listening to our audience all the time.
One of the problems with the Internet is that a lot of times it is inaccurate.
So no, I don't think we've lost our edge at all.
I would dare say that most anyone in public life, if they stay in public long enough, is not treated fairly.
So, I get a kick out of working with the media.
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