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The Subscription Rush

This post was prompted by two readers who $ubscribed this week through no prompting of my own at all! Much love. Mwah. If you, like those readers, love the blog and want to help it get even more fab, won't you consider a cheap donation? There's a sidebar to your right and you can choose different options... (the cheapest being $2.50 a month). Tomorrow it's my birthday. BUT, UH, NO PRESSURE.

So here's a challenge if you're resisting: Visit the blog once a day this month (that's easy! And free) and each day decide if it's worth one dime and if so write YES on your calendar of choice. I'll just be standing by with my beggar's cup. There are 26 days left in the month of June. If by June's end you think it was most definitely worth a dime on 25 of those days, sign up. If 300 more of you subscribe I can pay my rent with just the proceeds from the blog. Paying rent is fun. Wheeee. If 2,500 of you subscribe I'll quit my consulting job and make the Film Experience my full time job again (it was when I was unemployed but I couldn't continue on that Depression Era road). If 100,000 of you subscribe I'll fly you all in for a massive party and we'll ride unicorns and bathe in the fountain of youth and I'll bake a cake full of rainbows and smi-- ... what? I'm a dreamer! Don't crush my dreams.

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