That’s right! Just two weeks to button up our Indiegogo campaign.
However, it COULD be shorter.
We just have to reach $600 more to reach our goal.
Let’s do some maths, shall we?
To cover the rest of the campaign out we would need abou $43 per day for the next 14 days to summit our $2000 goal.
If we could find a $50 contributor each day for the next 12 days, we’d get there.
We could easily do it in 8 days with a $75 contributor each of those days.
And, at our final level, $100…we could make that in…(subtract the cosine, double the hypotenuse, extrude the coefficient, carry the pi)…SIX DAYS!!!
All maths aside, thank you to everyone who has contributed and/or shared our campaign. We do truly appreciate all of you!
Here’s the link:
Please do continue to share and help us get to our goal.
I know I’ve stated this a time or two over social media in the last week, but, if you were expecting a new How Are Ya Now? episode today only to find yourself terribly shocked to not find one, you now know that we aren’t releasing an episode this week. I (Dean) had to take a business trip to Atlanta that kept me from being able to record.
We will, however, be recording with Aaron Farris this Sunday to chat about Season 4, Episode 6: Great Day for Thunder Bay. The episode will include music from The Highway Thieves.
Just for your BTW, these dates will also not have new episodes:
10/03/2019 – End of season prep for the recap show the next week.
10/17/2019 – A break before starting the next season. It also gives us time to get caught up and start booking for SEASON 7!!!
12/12/2019 – End of season prep for the recap show the next week.
12/26/2019 – A break before starting the next season. It’s also the holidays, ya degen!
Side note: I will be filling in as host/producer for the Pop Psych 101 podcast. You should definitely check it out.
Here’s a description of the show:
Pop Psych 101 is a weekly mental health podcast hosted by Therapist, Ryan Engelstad, and advocate, Mike Graham. In an effort to educate and normalize, they talk candidly about mental illness through the lens of books, movies and television. Common pop culture mental health tropes are analyzed, and the accuracy of their portrayals are in question, for better or worse.
Pop Psych can be raw and real, and very serious, but it can also be very funny. If we really want to normalize the conversation on mental health, then we need to have real and normal conversations.
New Episodes every Monday Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/poppsych101/support
Have a great Thursday!
I’m ready to get back to the podgrind after having been away for business stuff.
Just wanted to give a reminder of sending in your thoughts and such for our upcoming episode.
We’re also getting to the half-way point of our indiegogo campaign and we just have to get $600 more to reach our goal. This is amazing!
So, until we’re done, I’m gonna keep sending these notifications out to everyone. Please help us get there! We beg you!
Thanks to an amazing anonymous donor we’re now even closer to reaching our $2000 goal. We now have 17 days to get $600! We can do this!
Please contribute, if you can. If you aren’t able to contribute, please share the link with everyone you know.
We appreciates all of our degens!
Dean & Tiara
It’s been a hard time for me to be away from the show. I really enjoy making this silly show with the love of my life. I hope you all like it as much as we like making it.
Side note: I’ll be recording my first guest hosting episode with Pop Psych 101 this Thursday. It’s an excellent show! If you get a chance, you should listen to it.
Talk to y’all later!