Concept rolled to me as the Elevator Pitch. It’s a 30-second spotlight, the term derives, I would surmise, from standing next to someone in an elevator, think, some famous person, and having just the length from floor to floor to make a pitch. Intriguing highlights. A quick synopsis.
My name is Kramer, no relation to the guy on TV, and you can find out more about me at astrofish.net. I wrote my first horoscope in 1987, and started on the nascent web in 1993, with a weekly non-stop since 1995.
The name astrofish.net came from “Kramer, Fishing Guide to the Stars,” you know, the “fish net” thing? (Accompanied with a diminutive pirouette.)
From Shakespeare studies to bass fishing, plus a liberal dose of Texas in between, I tend to spin true stories drawing on a varied background to help illuminate where we’re headed.
On the lake of life, we can all use a little guidance. When to fish. When to cut bait. Who else can combine Shakespeare’s Richard the Third with an old Ford Truck and have it all make sense?
The current bio.
Tactical mistake? I should’ve gone with just KramerWetzel.com.
Then, too, what’s your Starbuck’s name?
“Kramer, K-R-A-M-E-R, no relation to the guy on TV.”
See the fineprint for rules.