absolutelyiris replied to your post: Tag, you’re it! Here are the rules: Each tagged person must post ten things about themselves. You have to choose and tag ten people. Go to their blogs and tell them you tagged them. No tag backs
How dare you. I suffered and now so shall you. :p
Hahaha, I just didn’t have time at the moment. Check it, I went back and edited it! :)
1. I’m 25 years old
2. I was born on June 10th
3. I drive a 1995 Lexus LS 400
4. I live in a suburb of Philadelphia, PA
5. My favorite movies when I was a kid was the Lion King and Psycho.
6. I’ve never been to California
7. My favorite color is purple
8. I went to Catholic School until 8th grade (shocking i know)
9. I’ll take tea over coffee any day.
10. I own a saxophone.
- My future son: Mom, I'm straight.
- Me: SON, I AM DISAPPOINT.
The show went on sale at noon on Saturday, December 10th. 12 hours later, we had over 50,000 purchases and had earned $250,000, breaking even on the cost of production and website. As of Today, we’ve sold over 110,000 copies for a total of over $500,000. Minus some money for PayPal charges etc, I have a profit around $200,000 (after taxes $75.58). This is less than I would have been paid by a large company to simply perform the show and let them sell it to you, but they would have charged you about $20 for the video. They would have given you an encrypted and regionally restricted video of limited value, and they would have owned your private information for their own use. They would have withheld international availability indefinitely. This way, you only paid $5, you can use the video any way you want, and you can watch it in Dublin, whatever the city is in Belgium, or Dubai. I got paid nice, and I still own the video (as do you). You never have to join anything, and you never have to hear from us again.
I really hope people keep buying it a lot, so I can have shitloads of money, but at this point I think we can safely say that the experiment really worked. If anybody stole it, it wasn’t many of you. Pretty much everybody bought it. And so now we all get to know that about people and stuff. I’m really glad I put this out here this way and I’ll certainly do it again.” —Comedian and actor LOUIS C.K., on his successful online experiment selling copies of his latest special without a distributor.