Friday, February 13, 2004

No more blogs until I see some checks.

I want $50 each and every time you view this blog.

Greg & Deb on the Web gets about 75 hits each day. That means I should be pulling in $3750.00 each month (a little more if I write something about Janet's boob).

I want my money.

I won't be going to the trouble of setting up PayPal accounts or anything like that to try and make things easier on you. I simply want you to write a check and mail it to me each time you visit.

I've anticipated some of your questions below:

How can I send you my checks if you don't provide a mailing address?
If you're reading this blog then you're smart and resourceful. In this age of information it shouldn't be too hard for you to find our address. Do I have to do everything?

After the money starts rolling in, will you be updating on a more frequent basis?

You've got a lot of nerve. What makes you think this blog is worth this kind of money?
I'm not going to hold your hand and walk you through all the reasons you should be paying far more than $50 a day for the kind of content you get here. This is not a sales pitch. Take a look at the archives. You owe me.

Are there discounts available?

Payment plans?

If I don't pay, how are you going to stop me from reading this blog whenever I please?
Not unlike water, air, Hawaiian Punch; you wouldn't survive long without this blog. This isn't public television. It's far more important. Your conscious will no longer allow you to get by with the play without pay relationship we've had for the past seven years (believe it or not, that's how long we've had a Web site).

That should cover it. I look forward to hearing from you, and your banks, soon.

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