OPERATION FOX - The Time Is Near!

Well the last few days have been something to remember and you guys did not let us down. The news that an independent investor had approached Lance Henriksen and expressed interest in a Millennium Movie resulted in a much needed kick up our proverbials as the good people here and those at TIWWA worked hard to spread word of the news and far and wide as they could. We must not let this momentum wane, rather it's time to take all our efforts up a notch and do one thing, today, that really matters. Let's mobilise Frank's Army for Operation Fox!

What you are looking at it is just a small sample of the sheer hard work one woman has put into this campaign. Our dear friend Rhonda has championed us from the off and this collection of images is but one day's work out of many. Where she has led we hope you will all follow (and if you look in the background you will see Josef peering out from behind the postcards with a collection of his own campaign efforts.)

Not everyone has the time and resources to contribute in this way, we appreciate that, but one postcard sent today can make all the difference. We have been given a new, and hopefully, more receptive source to direct our campaign efforts towards and that's all the more reason, even if you have already done so, to write again and let him know how much we want Frank Black back and that we are not prepared to drive off into the sunset in our red jeeps this time.

To make life a little easier for everyone. I have collected together all the postcards I have designed so far and placed them in a zip file along with Steve Asbell's address. Simply click the envelope icon, download the zip file and print those postcards off and get mailing (and don't forget to add the address of the website to them.)

We are working hard to make sure Lance's news is capitalised upon as much as we are able and we hope that you will join us in yet another push. We are so close, let's not lose sight of our goal.


21 Responses to "OPERATION FOX - The Time Is Near!"

FoxyWonder said... September 16, 2009 at 7:28 AM

★☆★☆Wowzers!★☆★☆ What a wonderful fan you are Rhonda. I mailed some and asked my sister to sign some as well but you have outdone me by miles. I must get my ass in to gear and send some more.
An inspiration to us all I think.
How exciting have the last fews days been. Not looking back but looking forward - never thought the day would come when we might dream....

RSWehman said... September 16, 2009 at 8:34 AM

Thank you for the blog entry. I am so honored to be among this wonderful group of people who have the same interest and passion as myself.

Thanks to Foxy Wonder for the support and all your efforts.

It has been an incredible two days. To dream a dream many believed was unachievable and to now see the fire from the spark BTFB has ignited...this is incredible.

Operation Fox - The Time is Near! My new motto. So one more push (of many) and let's push harder than ever before. I really want to see this happen. So do you or you wouldn't be here.

This Is Who We Are!!

Josef...where are you today? I missed your comment. :)
Oh, I forgot...WOOT, WOOT! LOL

George said... September 16, 2009 at 9:26 AM

I sent mine in the post today, another batch heading his way from Ireland. I really hope he does listen to us.

I think Rhonda is so right - Operation Fox: The Time is Near should be our battle cry as we mount the final push to get this signed, sealed and delivered.

Any further news anyone on what the developments are?

Bayles said... September 16, 2009 at 9:37 AM

The Time is Now more than ever! This kind of feedback breathes new life into the inferno that is Back to Frank Balck. Keep up the efforts and the battle shall be won.

Mark Ducker said... September 16, 2009 at 9:54 AM

That's what I like to hear, people with a willing printer and book of stamps doing their bit from Frank.

We will bring you as much news as we can as soon as we have it George, you can be sure of that.

A friend of this campaign spoke to Lance yesterday and as soon as he is able to share with us we will share with you.

I promise.


Jósef Karl said... September 16, 2009 at 10:29 AM

Rhonda, I do have some form of a life: work.

But I thought my response on Facebook was enough...but in reality, it will never be enough.

Rhonda, I love your enthusiasm. You put me to shame. I really wasn't a die hard Millennium fan, but I always liked it. And I think I'm becoming more of a fan through this campagin, an avid fan ;)

And that's hint to the next music video.

FoxyWonder, It's so funny, I can see the stars and hearts only at work. But just strange symbols with numbers at home. It was a long time until I spotted that one time at work, I finally understood what those cryptic symbols were.

I will send a postcard on Friday, if I can make it to the post office in time. If not, after the weekend.

I do really like the ring of "Operation Fox" and the Mission Impossible song reinforced that we all bring individual skills to finish the job, that is still ongoing, and I believe, that this mission in VERY possible.

Cheers from Iceland!
- Jósef

RSWehman said... September 16, 2009 at 10:45 AM

You need say nothing. It has been my pleasure. You do an exceptional job on those videos and I hope you keep rolling them out for us to see. Thanks for the hint. I have an idea. Time will tell.

Bless you for your hard work. Also, I do have somewhat of a life :) Working for a living is ok. I prefer to work for Frank's Army!

I enjoy joking around with you and looking for your comments. You help keep me "in line".

This Is Who We Are!!

Mark Ducker said... September 16, 2009 at 12:38 PM

You guys have given me the most amazing idea (or at least I think it is but I've never been one to sell myself short.)

For people that don't have the funds to purchase a T-Shirt right now but would like to make a small donation to the campaign, as well as wear their support of it with pride, how about 'Operation: Fox' and 'Frank's Army' badges (US: pins.)

They would cost a fraction of the price, heck, we could even mail a few to Mr. Asbell. I know I would wear mine with pride. What do you guys think?


Wave_Crest said... September 16, 2009 at 12:44 PM

The postcard way is a bit tricky for me as I'm not I'll be able to print them out. You obviously have to put some cards into your printer and the design will go onto the card? Sorry if I sound dumb (no sarcasm intended to anyone).

Jósef Karl said... September 16, 2009 at 2:55 PM

Wave Crest, do not panic.

What I did was very simple, I just printed it out onto a normal (but a thicker than normal) A4 paper into my printer. And just cut around the card, simple.

No need for pin point accuracy, which is a hassle. And I've been there, when printing on both sides for CD album artwork, oh the agony.

Yes, pins are a great idea.
But if you plan on having Frank's Army, or something army.

Why not a dog-tag?

- Jósef

RSWehman said... September 16, 2009 at 3:53 PM

Yes, pins (or badges) are a great idea. Where do I sign up and how soon can I get some. I want to forward a few to Fox myself. If Fox and Mr. Asbell think the postcards were annoying (or whatever they thought)...I wonder what they'd think of pins???

Again, time will tell. I'd love to see your ideas for the badges. I just know they will be great!

Wave Crest...
We are here to support a common cause. No one thinks you sound dumb. Remember: Those who matter don't mind and those who mind don't matter. Please, I WILL PRINT AND SEND THEM TO YOU...If you want to send me a mailing address I will do it HAPPILY. I don't care where you live. You may email me at rswehman@netscape.com . It is ok if you choose not to take me up on my offer. But I will happily do it for you. If you email me, use BTFB as the subject so I know it is not spam. ok?!?!?!


RSWehman said... September 16, 2009 at 3:54 PM

I like dog tags too.


Spooktalklaura said... September 16, 2009 at 3:57 PM

Mark that is a great idea!! In these times some people just do not have the money to purchase a shirt but a pin or a badge would be very affordable! Good thinking!! Next step could be Frank's Army coffee mugs or Frank's Army underwear!! haha lol Id wear them!

Rhonda you are amazing in all your postcards, they look really good!! I sent my letter out today and poor ol Mr. Asbell almost got my grocery list as I messed up the firt envelope and wrote out a list on it and almost mailed that one in. lol but I didn't so don't worry. I also took a picture with my said letter and my Millennium DVD boxset and sent it in to Mark to do with as he wishes!


Spooktalklaura said... September 16, 2009 at 4:34 PM

@Josef I think dog tags would be a great idea too!

@Mark I found out why Mums go to Iceland!! HAHA LOL :)


Mark Ducker said... September 16, 2009 at 5:57 PM

Dog tags? You're a bloody genius Josef! Consider yourself promoted to [pick your own title] from this moment on!

Bring it on, Frank's army fights back!

Vertigo-Go said... September 16, 2009 at 6:01 PM

Oh my very God! This is all sooooo amazing. Frank's Army, I love it - just what this campaign needs a SWAT team of FBI inspired enforcers bringing it home for Frank. Dog tags, postcards and buttons - just brilliant. Keep up the good work Mark: you are Millennium :)

Anonymous said... September 16, 2009 at 6:16 PM

Mark, round up some of these good people here and form a Frank Black's Army Headquarters. All this passion shouldn't go to waste. Get your generals and captains on the case and bring him back.

Operation Fox starts here. So wonderful and so inspiring.

Bayles said... September 17, 2009 at 10:59 AM

I too like the dog tag idea! Way to go Josef and Mark. An Oroborus on one side with the BTFB brand on the filp side in red on black colour scheme sounds nice.

Wave_Crest said... September 17, 2009 at 12:25 PM

Josef and Rhonda - Thanks for your replies. :)

Wave_Crest said... September 17, 2009 at 3:21 PM

The only problem I would have with you sending me postcards to send off for the campaign, would be that I'm not doing much of the work. I'd be getting someone else to do it for me.

RSWehman said... September 18, 2009 at 1:44 AM

I LOVE IT...Bayles idea for what the dog tags could look like...YES, that sounds so awesome.

Wave Crest...as for you doing the work, you would be the one doing the work. I would simply print them and send them. You would need to cut, address, write something on them and mail them. My offer still stands. Of course, a hand written letter is still an option. The BTFB letterhead is awesome and helps get your point across to the reader.

This Is Who We Are!!

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